A Useful Tool for Determining Proximate Causation in Suicide Cases Douglas Jacobs, MD and Marci Klein-Benheim, PhD This overview article examines the applications of the psychological autopsy method in determining proximate causation in suicide cases. The article reviews the history of the psychological autopsy and describes its procedure and
The psychological autopsy evolved as a method to help clarify cause of death, particularly in the estimated 20% of cases presented to a medical examiner/coroner where precise mode of death is …
Suicide: Psychological autopsy, a research tool for prevention. Created: 2005. Expert advisory group and authors. psychological autopsy appears to be a complex and multidimensional strategy. In the first place, “cases” must be defined with a great deal of care to constitute homogeneous samples made up of verified suicide cases, particularly
What is a Psychological Autopsy? For clinicians working in the field of mental healthcare, it is not uncommon to regularly discuss feelings of profound depression and thoughts about suicide.
Sep 12, 2012 · We used the data from a nationwide psychological autopsy of youths 15 years and younger who had committed suicide or died in accidents in Norway from 1993 to 2004 (n = 84). Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health. ISSN: 1753-2000. Contact us. Submission enquiries: Access here and click Contact Us;
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*Article based on the doctorate thesis ‘Proposal of a Semi-structured Interview for Psychological Autopsy in suicide cases’, by Blanca Guevara Werlang, Postgraduate Course in Medical Sciences, Area of Mental Health of the School of Medical Sciences of the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP).
Accepted for publication in Encyclopaedia of Forensic Sciences PSYCHOLOGICAL AUTOPSIES David Canter Such an evaluation, known as a psychological autopsy is an attempt to reconstruct a person’s psychological state prior to death.
Psychological autopsy of 101 suicide cases from northwest region of India. B. S. Chavan, Gurvinder Pal Singh, Jaspreet Kaur, and Reshma Kochar Author information In depth study of the history of suicide prior to the suicidal act is known as psychological autopsy.
Autopsy, Psychological The psychological autopsy is a procedure for investigating a person’s death by reconstructing what the person thought, felt, and did preceding his or her death.
39. Cavanagh JT, Carson AJ, Sharpe M, Lawrie SM. Psychological autopsy studies of suicide: a systematic review. Psychol Med. 2003;33:395-405. [ Links ] 40. Beautrais AL, Joyce PR, Mulder RT, Fergusson DM, Deavoll BJ, Nightingale SK. Prevalence and comorbidity of mental disorders in persons making serious suicide attempts: a case-control study.
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Psychological autopsy is a method that judicial records, psychiatric and other health attainments, information gathered during talking with person’s family and other people related, are joined
The psychological autopsy is an investigative tool and guide to help determine if the person we are contacting, or whose records – or life – we are examining or analyzing, is being patently or latently influenced, how that may affect their observations and ultimately their actions.
PROCEDURE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL AUTOPSY IN SUICIDE CASES IN THE ARMED FORCES OF REPUBLIC OF CROATIA Sanja Bender Horvat, Anto Zelić, Suzana Štefan psychological assessment that aims to resolve the suicide-accident doubt and determine psychological autopsy, set out to examine the relation between the suicide problem in the