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Applying Computer Adaptive Testing to Optimize Online Assessment of Suicidal Behavior: A Simulation Study

Applying Computer Adaptive Testing to Optimize Online Assessment of Suicidal Behavior: A Simulation Study

The Beck Scale for Suicide Ideation (BSS) is the 19-item self-report version of the Scale for Suicide ideation, a systematic interviewing tool developed for the assessment of suicide ideation and risk of future suicidal behavior [1,3].

Derek Paul De Beurs, Anton LM de Vries, Marieke H de Groot, Jos de Keijser, Ad JFM Kerkhof

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(9):e207

Assessing Suicide Risk and Emotional Distress in Chinese Social Media: A Text Mining and Machine Learning Study

Assessing Suicide Risk and Emotional Distress in Chinese Social Media: A Text Mining and Machine Learning Study

In addition to suicide as the most extreme action, more young people are suffering from emotional distress, which not only reduces their quality of life but also becomes a risk factor for severe mental disorder and suicide [3,4].

Qijin Cheng, Tim MH Li, Chi-Leung Kwok, Tingshao Zhu, Paul SF Yip

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(7):e243

Suicide Prevention Mobile Apps: Descriptive Analysis of Apps from the Most Popular Virtual Stores

Suicide Prevention Mobile Apps: Descriptive Analysis of Apps from the Most Popular Virtual Stores

As Larsen et al [7] pointed out, “Apps can be especially useful for suicide prevention interventions, because of their ability to deliver support and interventions in situ and at times of crisis.”In recent years, statistics related to acts and attempts of suicide

Gema Castillo-Sánchez, Ismael Camargo-Henríquez, Juan Luis Muñoz-Sánchez, Manuel Franco-Martín, Isabel de la Torre-Díez

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(8):e13885

Do Search Engine Helpline Notices Aid in Preventing Suicide? Analysis of Archival Data

Do Search Engine Helpline Notices Aid in Preventing Suicide? Analysis of Archival Data

Systematic reviews of suicide prevention strategies found that restricting access, physically and cognitively, to means of suicide is crucial for suicide prevention [2,3].

Qijin Cheng, Elad Yom-Tov

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(3):e12235

Google Searches and Suicide Rates in Spain, 2004-2013: Correlation Study

Google Searches and Suicide Rates in Spain, 2004-2013: Correlation Study

Substance abuse, severe physical disease, and disability are also recognized causes of suicide. Countries in Eastern Europe and East Asia have the highest suicide rate in the world. The region with the lowest suicide rate is Latin America. 

Alberto Jimenez, Miguel-Angel Santed-Germán, Victoria Ramos

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2020;6(2):e10919

An Approach for Data Mining of Electronic Health Record Data for Suicide Risk Management: Database Analysis for Clinical Decision Support

An Approach for Data Mining of Electronic Health Record Data for Suicide Risk Management: Database Analysis for Clinical Decision Support

IntroductionSuicide Risk AssessmentOver 800,000 people die of suicide every year, and it is estimated that for each suicide, there may have been >20 other attempted suicides. A previous attempt is the major predictor of death by suicide [1].

Sofian Berrouiguet, Romain Billot, Mark Erik Larsen, Jorge Lopez-Castroman, Isabelle Jaussent, Michel Walter, Philippe Lenca, Enrique Baca-García, Philippe Courtet

JMIR Ment Health 2019;6(5):e9766

Usage and Acceptability of the iBobbly App: Pilot Trial for Suicide Prevention in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Youth

Usage and Acceptability of the iBobbly App: Pilot Trial for Suicide Prevention in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Youth

IntroductionAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (herein referred to as Indigenous Australian) suicide rates continue to be recorded at extraordinarily high levels, with rates of suicide among Indigenous Australians twice that of the non-Indigenous population

Joseph Tighe, Fiona Shand, Kathy McKay, Taylor-Jai Mcalister, Andrew Mackinnon, Helen Christensen

JMIR Ment Health 2020;7(12):e14296