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Maria Leitner, Wally Barr & Lindsay Hobby, Health & Community Care Research Unit, Liverpool University, Info TechUK Research ISBN 978 0 7559 6904 3 This document is also available in pdf format (1.4mb)
EXECUTIVE SUMMARYCHAPTER ONE : INTRODUCTIONCHAPTER TWO : METHODS
CHAPTER THREE: OVERVIEW OF RETRIEVED MATERIAL Profile of retrieved and rejected material Profile of systematic reviews & protocols retrieved Profile of primary studies included Scoping review of study outcomes
CHAPTER FOUR: EVIDENCE FROM THE HIGHEST QUALITY STUDIES Suicide Attempted suicide Self-harm Suicidal ideation
CHAPTER FIVE: EVIDENCE FOR PRIORITY POPULATIONS & INTERVENTIONS Populations Interventions Relevance to the Scottish Context
CHAPTER SIX: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH & PRACTICE Research Practice Limitations of the Review Carer's perspective:
ANNEX A: PAPERS OUTSTANDINGANNEX B: MEMBERSHIP OF THE RESEARCH ADVISORY GROUPANNEX C: ELECTRONIC DATABASES SEARCHEDANNEX D: GENERIC SEARCH STRATEGY AND OUTCOMESANNEX E: OVERVIEW OF SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS RETRIEVEDANNEX F: OVERVIEW OF PRIMARY STUDIES RETRIEVEDANNEX G: OUTCOMES OF THE SCOPING REVIEWANNEX H: OVERVIEW OF THE 'HIGHEST QUALITY' EVIDENCEANNEX I: OVERVIEW OF EVIDENCE FOR PRIORITY POPULATIONS, SETTINGS & INTERVENTIONSANNEX J: GLOSSARY
The views expressed in this report are those of the researcher and do not necessarily represent those of the Department or Scottish Ministers.
This report is available on the Scottish Government Social Research website www.scotland.gov.uk/socialresearch.
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