Bibliografia sul lutto

‘SELECTED READINGS’

 

Una collaborazione tra la De Leo Fund Onlus e l’Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention, Griffith University

 

La raccolta di citazioni che qui presentiamo rappresenta un estratto di ‘Suicide Research: Selected Readings’, una prestigiosa pubblicazione semestrale prodotta dall’Istituto Australiano per la Ricerca sul Suicidio e la sua Prevenzione, distribuita in tutto il mondo. Supportata finanziariamente dal Department of Health and Ageing del Governo Australiano con fondi dedicati al National Centre of Excellence in Suicide Prevention, la pubblicazione censisce tutta la letteratura scientifica mondiale nell’ambito del suicidio e listata su PubMed, PsycInfo, Proquest, Scopus, Web of Science e SafetyLit.

 

Il Comitato Editoriale della rivista sceglie per ogni volume le migliori pubblicazioni (circa una trentina), le commenta e ne esplora le diverse implicazioni pratiche. Seleziona inoltre gli articoli di maggior interesse (circa 60-80 per volume) riportandone gli abstract originali; cataloga tutti gli articoli (divisi tra comportamenti suicidari fatali e non fatali), riportandone autori e nomi delle riviste di origine.

 

Le citazioni presenti nel sito della De Leo Fund riguardano unicamente le pubblicazioni aventi per tema il lutto da suicidio. La lista inizia dal primo volume di ‘Suicide Research: Selected Readings’, pubblicato nell’Aprile 2009.


Tutti noi di De Leo Fund siamo grati all’Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention per averci messo a disposizione questo prezioso materiale.

 

Vol 1

Andriessen K (2009). Can postvention be prevention? Crisis 30, 43–47.

Ballard ED, Pao M, Horowitz L, Lee LM, Henderson DK, Rosenstein DL (2008). Aftermath of suicide in the hospital: institutional response. Psychosomatics 49, 461–469.

Chen J, Choi YJ, Mori K, Sawada Y, Sugano S (2009). Those who are left behind: an estimate of the number of family members of suicide victims in Japan. Social Indicators Research Published online: 10 February 2009. doi: 10.1007/s11205–009–9448–3.

 Feigelman B, Feigelman W (2008). Surviving after suicide loss: the healing potential of suicide survivor support groups. Illness Crisis & Loss 16, 285–304.

 Feigelman W, Jordan JR, Gorman BS (2008/2009). How they died, time since loss, and bereavement outcomes. Omega 58, 251–273.

 Henry M, Greenfield BJ (2009). Therapeutic effects of psychological autopsies the impact of investigating suicides on interviewees. Crisis 30, 20–24.

 Kalischuk RG, Nixon G (2009). A transpersonal theory of healing following youth suicide. International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction. Published online: 27 January 2009. doi: 10.1007/s11469–009–9193–5.

 Lyn CW (2008). When a coworker completes suicide. AAOHN Journal 56, 459–467.

McDaid C (2009). Interventions for people bereaved through suicide: systematic review. British Journal of Psychiatry 194, 90–90.

 McDaid C, Trowman R, Golder S, Hawton K, Sowden A (2008). Interventions for people bereaved through suicide: systematic review. British Journal of Psychiatry 193, 438–443.

 Mitchell AM, Crane PA, Kim Y (2008). Perceived stress in survivors of suicide: psychometric properties of the Perceived Stress Scale. Research in Nursing & Health 31, 576–585.

Mitchell AM, Sakraida TJ, Kim Y, Bullian L, Chiappetta L (2009). Depression, anxiety and quality of life in suicide survivors: a comparison of close and distant relationships. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing 23, 2–10.

 Parker HA, McNally RJ (2008). Repressive coping, emotional adjustment, and cognition in people who have lost loved ones to suicide. Suicide & Life Threatening Behavior 38, 676– 687.

Thomyangkoon P, Leenaars A (2008). Impact of death by suicide of patients on Thai psychi- atrists. Suicide & Life Threatening Behavior 38, 728–740.

 

Vol 2

Braiden HJ, McCann M, Barry H, Lindsay C (2009). Piloting a therapeutic residential for chil- dren, young people and families bereaved through suicide in Northern Ireland. Child Care in Practice 15, 81–93.

 Brent D, Melhem N, Donohoe MB, Walker M (2009). The incidence and course of depression in bereaved youth 21 months after the loss of a parent to suicide, accident, or sudden natural death. American Journal of Psychiatry 166, 786–794.

 Callender JS, Eagles JM (2009). Coping with suicide: a perspective from Scotland. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment 15, 17–22.

 Cerel J, Padgett JH, Conwell Y, Reed GA (2009). A call for research: the need to better under- stand the impact of support groups for suicide survivors. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior 39, 269-281.

 De Groot M, van der Meer K, Burger H (2009). A survey of Dutch GPs’ attitudes towards help seeking and follow-up care for relatives bereaved by suicide. Family Practice 26, 372–376.

 Derer P (2009). Suicide from the perspective of the patient’s family. Wisconsin Medical Journal 108, 83–84.

 Dyregrov K (2009). The important role of the school following suicide in Norway. What support do young people wish that school could provide? Omega 59, 147–161.

Dyregrov K (2009). How do the young suicide survivors wish to be met by psychologists? A user study. Omega 59, 221–238.

 Feigelman W, Gorman BS, Jordan JR (2009). Stigmatization and suicide bereavement. Death Studies 33, 591–608.

 Feigelman W, Jordan JR, Gorman BS (2009). Personal growth after a suicide loss: cross-sectional findings suggest grown after loss may be associated with better mental health among survivors. Omega 59, 181–202.

 Gaffney P, Russell V, Collins K, Bergin A, Halligan P, Carey C, Coyle S (2009). Impact of patient suicide on front-line staff in Ireland. Death Studies 33, 639-656.

 Hung NC, Rabin LA (2009). Comprehending childhood bereavement by parental suicide: a critical review of research on outcomes, grief processes, and interventions. Death Studies 33, 781-814.

 Kaslow NJ, Ivey AZ, Berry-Mitchell F, Franklin K, Bethea K (2009). Postvention for African American families following a loved one’s suicide. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 40, 165–171.

 Kinder A, Cooper CL (2009). The costs of suicide and sudden death within an organization. Death Studies 33, 411–419.

 Kuramoto SJ, Brent DA, Wilcox HC (2009). The impact of parental suicide on child and ado- lescent offspring. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior 39, 137–151.

 Mangurian C, Harre E, Reliford A, Booty A, Cournos F (2009). Improving support of resi- dents after a patient suicide: a residency case study. Academic Psychiatry 33, 278–281.

 Rajalin M, Wickholm-Pethrus L, Hursti T, Jokinen J (2009). Dialectical behavior therapy- based skills training for family members of suicide attempters. Archives of Suicide Research 13, 257-263.

 Stepakoff S (2009). From destruction to creation, from silence to speech: poetry therapy prin- ciples and practices for working with suicide grief. Arts in Psychotherapy 36, 105–113.

Vandecreek L, Mottram K (2009). The religious life during suicide bereavement: a description. Death Studies 33, 741–761.
 

Vol 3

Anonymous (2009). Left behind after suicide. People bereaved by a suicide often get less support because it’s hard for them to reach out—and because others are unsure how to help. Harvard Women’s Health Watch 16, 4-6.

 Anonymous (2009). Interventions for people bereaved through suicide: Systematic review (British Journal of Psychiatry 193, 438-443). British Journal of Psychiatry 194, 90-90.

 Anonymous (2009). Supporting survivors of suicide loss. Family, friends, co-workers, and mental health clinicians are all affected. The Harvard Mental Health Letter 26, 4-5.

Cutcliffe J, Ball PB (2009). Suicide survivors and the suicidology academe. Crisis 30, 208-214.

Maple M, Edwards H, Plummer D, Minichiello V (2009). Silenced voices: hearing the stories of parents bereaved through the suicide death of a young adult child. Health & Social Care in the Community 18, 241-248.

 Robertson M, Paterson B, Lauder B, Fenton R, Gavin J (2010). Accounting for accountability: A discourse analysis of psychiatric nurses’ experience of a patient suicide. Open Nursing Journal 4, 1-8.

Sands D, Tennant M (2010). Transformative learning in the context of suicide bereavement. Adult Education Quarterly 60, 99-121.

 Tzeng WC, Su PY, Chiang HH, Kuan PY, Lee JF (2009). The invisible family: a qualitative study of suicide survivors in Taiwan. Western Journal of Nursing Research 32, 185-198.

 Tzeng WC, Su PY, Tzeng NS, Yeh CB, Chen TH, Chen CH (2010). A moral life after a suicide death in Taiwan. Qualitative Health Research. Published online: 1 April 2010. doi: 10.1177/1049732310365503.

Zhang J, Jia CX (2010). Attitudes toward suicide: The effect of suicide death in the family. Omega: Journal of Death and Dying 60, 365-382.

 


Vol 4

Aguirre RTP, Slater H (2010). Suicide postvention as suicide prevention: Improvement and expansion in the United States. Death Studies 34, 529.

 Chapple A, Ziebland S (2010). Viewing the body after bereavement due to a traumatic death: Qualitative study in the UK. British Medical Journal 340, 2032.

 Gibson J, Gallagher M, Jenkins M (2010). The experiences of parents readjusting to the work- place following the death of a child by suicide. Death Studies 34, 500-528.

 Gulfi A, Angela D, Dransart C, Heeb JL, Gutjahr E (2010). The impact of patient suicide on the professional reactions and practices of mental health caregivers and social workers. Crisis 31, 202-210.

 Hoffmann W, Myburgh C, & Poggenpoel M (2010). The lived experiences of late-adolescent female suicide survivors: ‘A part of me died’. Health SA Gesondheid 15, 493.

Koch BJ (2010). The psychological impact on police officers of being first responders to com- pleted suicides. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 25, 90-98.

 Landers A, O’Brien S, Phelan D (2010). Impact of patient suicide on consultant psychiatrists in Ireland. Psychiatrist 34, 136-140.

 Li N, Zhang J (2010). Influencing factors for depression among Chinese suicide survivors. Psychiatry Research 178, 97-100.

 Lobb EA, Kristjanson LJ, Aoun SM, Monterosso L, Halkett GKB, Davies A (2010). Predictors of complicated grief: A systematic review of empirical studies. Death Studies 34, 673-698.

 Mann JJ (2010). In her wake: A child psychiatrist explores the mystery of her mother’s suicide. American Journal of Psychiatry 167, 872-873.

 Muniz-Cohen M, Melhem NM, Brent DA (2010). Health risk behaviors in parentally bereaved youth. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine 164, 621-624.

 Salvatore T (2010). Life after suicide. How emergency responders can help those left behind. EMS Magazine 39, 54-57.

 Szumilas M, Wie Y, Kutcher S (2010). Psychological debriefing in schools. Canadian Medical Association Journal 182, 883-884.

 Wilson A (2010). Consumer participation: Ensuring suicide postvention research counts for end users. International Journal of Nursing Practice 16, 7-13.

 Wilson A, Marshall A (2010). The support needs and experiences of suicidally bereaved family and friends. Death Studies 34, 625-640.
 

Vol 5

Agnew A, Manktelow R, Haynes T, Jones L (2011). Bereavement assessment practice in hospice settings: Challenges for palliative care social workers. British Journal of Social Work 41, 111-130.

Akhtar S (2011). Editor’s introduction: The aftermath of suicide. International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies 8, 95-96.

Barlow CA, Waegemakers Schiff J, Chugh U, Rawlinson D, Hides E, Leith J (2010). An evalu- ation of a suicide bereavement peer support program. Death Studies 34, 915.

Berman AL (2011). Estimating the population of survivors of suicide: Seeking an evidence base. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behaviour 41, 110-116.

Berman J (2010). In her wake: a child psychiatrist explores the mystery of her mother’s suicide. Death Studies 34, 947-955.

 Chapple A, Ziebland S (2010). How the Internet is changing the experience of bereavement by suicide: A qualitative study in the UK. Health (London). Published online: 22 December 2010. doi:10.1177/1363459309360792.

 Davidsen AS (2010). ‘And then one day he’d shot himself. Then I was really shocked’: General practitioners’ reaction to patient suicide. Patient Education and Counseling. Published online: 27 September 2010. doi:10.1016/j.pec.2010.08.020.

 Dyregrov K, Dieserud G, Straiton M, Rasmussen M, Hjelmeland H, Knizek B, Leenaars A (2011). Motivation for research participation among people bereaved by suicide. Omega: Journal of Death and Dying 62, 149-168.

Feigelman B, Feigelman W (2011). Suicide survivor support groups: Comings and goings, part I. Illness Crisis and Loss 19, 57-71.

 de Groot M, Neeleman J, van der Meer K, Burger H (2010). The effectiveness of family-based cognitive-behavior grief therapy to prevent complicated grief in relatives of suicide victims: The mediating role of suicide ideation. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior 40, 425-437.

Gaffney M, Hannigan B (2010). Suicide bereavement and coping: A descriptive and interpretative analysis of the coping process. Procedia — Social and Behavioral Sciences 5, 526-535.

Harper M, O’Connor R, Dickson A, O’Carroll R (2011). Mothers continuing bonds and ambivalence to personal mortality after the death of their child – An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Psychology, Health and Medicine 16, 203-214.
Hibberd R, Elwood LS, Galovski TE (2010). Risk and protective factors for posttraumatic stress disorder, prolonged grief, and depression in survivors of the violent death of a loved one. Journal of Loss & Trauma 15, 426-447.

 Jordan JR (2011). A child psychiatrist explores the mystery of her mother’s suicide. Death Studies 35, 90-93.

 Krysinska K, Andriessen K (2010). On-line support and resources for people bereaved through suicide: What is available? Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior 40, 640-650.

Takahashi C, Chida F, Nakamura H, Akasaka H, Yagi J, Koeda A, Tagusari E, Otsuka K, Sakai A (2011). The impact of inpatient suicide on psychiatric nurses and their need for support. BMC Psychiatry 11, 38.

Youngblut JM, Brooten D, Blais K, Hannan J, Niyonsenga T (2010). Grandparent’s health and functioning after a grandchild’s death. Journal of Pediatric Nursing 25, 352-359.
 

Vol 6

Benedek CDM (2011). Impact of soldier suicide on unit and care givers: Implications for edu- cation and training. Psychiatry 74, 124–126.

 Bhushan B, Kumar S, Harizuka S (2011). Bereavement, cognitive-emotional processing, and coping with the loss: A study of Indian and Japanese students. Journal of Social Work in End-Of-Life & Palliative Care 7, 263–280.

 Carr RB (2011). When a soldier commits suicide in Iraq: Impact on unit and caregivers. Psychiatry 74, 95–106.

 Davidsen AS (2011). Response to letter to the editor and commentary to ‘And then one day he’d shot himself. Then I was really shocked’: General practitioners’ reaction to patient suicide’. Patient Education and Counselling. Published online: 1 September 2011. doi: 10.1016/j.pec.2011.08.001

 Dyregrov KM, Dieserud G, Hjelmeland HM, Straiton M, Rasmussen ML, Knizek BL, Leenaars AA (2011). Meaning-making through psychological autopsy interviews: The value of participating in qualitative research for those bereaved by suicide. Death Studies 35, 685–710.

 Ellis TE, Patel AB (2011). Client suicide: What now? Cognitive and Behavioral Practice. Published online: 15 April 2011. doi:10.1016/j.cbpra.2010.12.004

 Hadry T, Adamowski T, Kiejna A (2011). Mental disorder in Polish families: Is diagnosis a pre- dictor of caregiver’s burden? Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology 46, 363–372.

Heeb JL, Gutjahr E, Gulfi A, Dransart DAC (2011). Psychometric properties of the French version of the impact of event Scale-Revised in mental health and social professionals after a patient suicide. Swiss Journal of Psychology 70, 105–111.

Jones A, Meier M (2011). Growing www.parentsofsuicide: A case study of an online support community. Social Work with Groups 34, 101–120.

Kizza D, Hjelmeland H, Kinyanda E, Knizek BL (2011). Qualitative psychological autopsy interviews on suicide in post-conflict northern Uganda: The participants’ perceptions. Omega: Journal of Death and Dying 63, 235–254.

Mann JJ (2011). The impact of soldier suicide on a base in Afghanistan: Lessons for prevention and postvention. Psychiatry 74, 121–123.

 Melhem NM, Porta G, Shamseddeen W, Walker Payne M, Brent DA (2011). Grief in children and adolescents bereaved by sudden parental death. Archives of General Psychiatry 68, 911–916.

 Nock MK (2011). A soldier’s suicide: Understanding its effect on fellow soldiers. Psychiatry 74, 107–109.

 Pearson J (2011). Implications for civilian postvention research and practice. Psychiatry 74, 118–120.

 Rober P, Walravens G, Versteynen L (2011). ‘In search of a tale they can live with’: About loss, family secrets, and selective disclosure. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. Published online: 27 July 2011. doi: 10.1111/j.1752-0606.2011.00237.x

 Skodlar B, Welz C (2011). How a therapist survives the suicide of a patient-with a special focus on patients with psychosis. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences. Published online: 25 April 2011. doi:10.1007/s11097-011-9205-3.

 Steeves RH, Parker B, Laughon K, Knopp A, Thompson ME (2011). Adolescents’ experiences with uxoricide. Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association 17, 115–123.

 VandeCreek L, Mottram K (2011). The perceived roles of god during suicide bereavement. Journal of Psychology and Theology 39, 155–162.

 Veilleux JC (2011). Coping with client death: Using a case study to discuss the effects of acci- dental, undetermined, and suicidal deaths on therapists. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 42, 222–228.
 

Vol 7

Andriessen K, Krysinska K (2012). Essential questions on suicide bereavement and postvention. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 9, 24-32.

Bisagni F (2012). Shrapnel: Latency, mourning and the suicide of a parent. Journal of Child Psychotherapy 38, 22-31.

Darden AJ, Rutter PA (2011). Psychologists’ experiences of grief after client suicide: A qualitative study. Omega: Journal of Death and Dying 63, 317-342.

Dyregrov K (2011). What do we know about needs for help after suicide in different parts of the world? Crisis 32, 310-318.

Feigelman W, Jordan JR, Gorman BS (2011). Parental grief after a child’s drug death compared to other death causes: Investigating a greatly neglected bereavement population. Omega: Journal of Death and Dying 63, 291-316.

Gahm GA, Reger MA, Kinn JT, Luxton DD, Skopp NA, Bush NE (2012). Addressing the surveillance goal in the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention: The Department of Defense Suicide Event Report. American Journal of Public Health 102, S24-S28.

Girard GA, Silber TJ (2011). The aftermath of adolescent suicide: Clinical, ethical, and spiritual issues. Adolescent Medicine: State of the Art Reviews 22, 229-39.

Gordon S (2011). Surviving suicide. Psychiatric Services 62, 1421-1422.

Hamdan S, Mazariegos D, Melhem NM, Porta G, Walker Payne M, Brent DA (2012). Effect of parental bereavement on health risk behaviors in youth: A 3-year follow-up. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 166, 216-223.

Kemp J, Bossarte RM (2012). Surveillance of suicide and suicide attempts among veterans: Addressing a national imperative. American Journal of Public Health 102, e4-e5.

Lerner U, Brooks K, McNiel DE, Cramer RJ, Haller E (2012). Coping with a patient’s suicide: A curriculum for psychiatry residency training programs. Academic Psychiatry 36, 29-33.

Miers D, Abbott D, Springer PR (2012). A phenomenological study of family needs following the suicide of a teenager. Death Studies 36, 118.

Miller M, Azrael D, Barber C, Mukamal K, Lawler E (2012). A call to link data to answer pressing questions about suicide risk among veterans. American Journal of Public Health 102, S20.

Owens C, Lambert H (2012). Mad, bad or heroic? Gender, identity and accountability in lay portrayals of suicide in late twentieth-century England. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry. Published online: 21 March 2012. doi: 10.1007/s11013-012-9259-x.

Radbo H, Svedung I, Andersson R (2012). Suicide and the potential for suicide prevention on the Swedish rail network: A qualitative multiple case study. Advances in Safety, Reliability and Risk Management – Proceedings of the European Safety and Reliability Conference, ESREL 2011, 51-56.

Rostila M, Saarela J, Kawachi I (2011). Mortality in parents following the death of a child: A nationwide follow-up study from Sweden. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. Published online: 1 November 2011. doi: 10.1136/jech-2011-200339.

Schneider B, Grebner K, Schnabel A, Georgi K (2011). Is the emotional response of survivors dependent on the consequences of the suicide and the support received? Crisis 32, 186-193.

Shahtahmasebi S, Aupouri-Mclean C (2011). Bereaved by suicide. Primary Health Care (OMICS) 1, e101.

Sklarew BH, Handel S, Ley S (2012). The analyst at the morgue: Helping families deal with traumatic bereavement. Psychoanalytic Inquiry 32, 137.

Smith A, Joseph S, Nair DR (2011). An interpretative phenomenological analysis of posttraumatic growth in adults bereaved by suicide. Journal of Loss and Trauma 16, 413-430.

Sneha J, Prakash C, Vinay S (2011). Unexpected death or suicide by a child or adolescent: improving responses and preparedness of child and adolescent psychiatry trainees. Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience 8, 15-19.

Terhorst L, Mitchell AM (2012). Ways of coping in survivors of suicide. Issues in Mental Health Nursing 33, 32-38.

Tsai A, Moran S, Shoemaker R, Bradley J (2012). Patient suicides in psychiatric residencies and post-vention responses: A national survey of psychiatry chief residents and program directors. Academic Psychiatry 36, 34-38.

Walijarvi CM, Weiss AH, Weinman ML (2012). A traumatic death support group program: Applying an integrated conceptual framework. Death Studies 36, 152.

Wojtkowiak J, Wild V, Egger J (2012). Grief experiences and expectance of suicide. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior 42, 56-66.

 


Vol 8

Bell J, Stanley N, Mallon S, Manthorpe J (2012). Life will never be the same again: Examining grief in survivors bereaved by young suicide. Illness Crisis and Loss 20, 49-68.

Bowden C (2011). Waves: A psycho-educational programme for adults bereaved by suicide. Bereavement Care 30, 25-31.

Chapple A, Ziebland S, Hawton K (2012). A proper, fitting explanation? Suicide bereavement and perceptions of the coroner’s verdict. Crisis 33, 230-238.

Cox GR, Robinson J, Williamson M, Lockley A, Cheung YT, Pirkis J (2012). Suicide clusters in young people: Evidence for the effectiveness of postvention strategies. Crisis 33, 208-214.

Daigle MS, Labelle RJ (2012). Pilot evaluation of a group therapy program for children bereaved by suicide. Crisis. Published online: 2 July 2012. doi: 10.1027/0227-5910/a000147.

Gibson J, Gallagher M, Tracey A (2011). Workplace support for traumatically bereaved people. Bereavement Care 30, 10-16.

Hawton K, Sutton L, Simkin S, Walker DM, Stacey G, Waters K, Rees S (2012). Evaluation of a resource for people bereaved by suicide. Crisis 33, 254-64.

Lester D (2012). Bereavement after suicide: A study of memorials on the internet. Omega 65, 189.

Nakajima S, Masaya I, Akemi S, Takako K (2012). Complicated grief in those bereaved by violent death: The effects of post-traumatic stress disorder on complicated grief. Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience 14, 210-214.

Sand E, Gordon KH, Bresin K (2012). The impact of specifying suicide as the cause of death in an obituary. Crisis. Published online: 30 July 2012. doi: 10.1027/0227-5910/a000154.

Supiano KP (2012). Sense-making in suicide survivorship: A qualitative study of the effect of grief support group participation. Journal of Loss & Trauma 17, 489.

Tal Young I, Iglewicz A, Glorioso D, Lanouette N, Seay K, Ilapakurti M, Zisook S (2012). Suicide bereavement and complicated grief. Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience 14, 177-186.

Wakefield JC, Schmitz MF (2012). Normal vs. Disordered bereavement-related depression: Are the differences real or tautological. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica. Published online: 7 July 2012. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0447.2012.01898.x.

Walker AC (2012). Grief after suicide: Understanding the consequences and caring for the survivors. Death Studies 36, 83-88.


Vol 9

Bartik W, Maple M, Edwards H,Kiernan M (2013). Adolescent survivors after suicide: Australian young people’s bereavement narratives. Crisis. Published online: 28 January 2013. doi: 10.1027/0227-5910/a000185.

Bolton JM,AuW,LeslieWD,MartensPJ,Enns MW,Roos LL,Katz LY,WilcoxHC,ErlangsenA,Chateau D, Walld R, Spiwak R, Seguin M, Shear K, Sareen J (2012). Parents bereaved by offspring suicide: A population-based longitudinal case-control study. Archives of General Psychiatry 70, 158-167.

Brent DA, Melhem NM, Masten AS, Porta G, Payne MW (2012). Longitudinal effects of parental bereavement on adolescent developmental competence. Journal of Clinical Child Adolescent Psychology 41, 778-791.

Caleb R (2013). After the suicide: Helping the bereaved to find a path from grief to recovery. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling 41, 85-87.

Gill IJ (2012). An identity theory perspective on how trainee clinical psychologists experience the death of a client by suicide. Training and Education in Professional Psychology 6, 151-159.

Groos AD, Shakespeare-Finch J (2013). Positive experiences for participants in suicide bereavement groups: A grounded theory model. Death Studies 37, 1-24.

Hefren JE, Thyer BA (2012). The effectiveness of guided mourning for adults with complicated mourning. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment 22, 988.

Lichtenthal WG, Neimeyer RA, Currier JM, Roberts K, Jordan N (2013). Cause of death and the quest for meaning after the loss of a child. Death Studies 37, 311-342.

Maple M, Edwards HE, Minichiello V, Plummer D (2012). Still part of the family: The importance of physical, emotional and spiritual memorial places and spaces for parents bereaved through the suicide death of their son or daughter. Mortality 18, 54-71.

Meier AM, Carr DR, Currier JM, Neimeyer RA (2013). Attachment anxiety and avoidance in coping with bereavement: Two studies. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 32, 315-334.

Nader IW, Niederkrotenthaler T, Schild AHE, Koller I, Tran US, Kapusta ND, Sonneck G, Voracek M (2013). Development of a scale to assess knowledge about suicide postvention using item response theory. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior 43, 174-184.

Sharpe TL, Joe S, Taylor KC (2012). Suicide and homicide bereavement among African Americans: Implications for survivor research and practice. Omega 66, 153-172.

Song JI, Shin DW, Choi J-Y, Kang J, Baek Y-J, Mo H-N, Seo M-J, Hwang YH, Lim Y-K, Lee OK (2012). Quality of life and mental health in the bereaved family members of patients with terminal cancer. Psycho-Oncology 21, 1158-1166.

Spuij M, Prinzie P, Zijderlaan J, Stikkelbroek Y, Dillen L, de Roos C, Boelen PA (2012). Psychometric properties of the Dutch Inventories of Prolonged Grief for Children and Adolescents. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy 19, 540-551.

Sun FK, LongA (2013).A suicidal recovery theory to guide individuals on their healing and recovering process following a suicide attempt. Journal of Advanced Nursing. Published online: 7 January 2013. doi: 10.1111/jan.12070.

Valente SM (2012). Devastating losses: How parents cope with the death of a child to suicide or drugs. Choice 50, 762.

Wagner B, MullerJ, MaerckerA (2012). Death by request in Switzerland: Posttraumatic stress disorder and complicated grief after witnessing assisted suicide. European Psychiatry 27, 542-546.

Wood L, Byram V, Gosling AS, Stokes J (2012). Continuing bonds after suicide bereavement in childhood. Death Studies 36, 873-898.

Young IT, Iglewicz A, Glorioso D, Lanouette N, Seay K, Ilapakurti M, Zisook S (2012). Suicide bereavement and complicated grief. Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience 14, 177-186

 
Vol 10

Bartik W, Maple M, Edwards H, Kiernan M (2013). The psychological impact of losing a friend to suicide. Australasian Psychiatry. Published online: 29 July 2013. doi: 10.1177/1039856213497986.

Bostwick JM (2013). After a doomed patient kills himself: A psychiatrist’s reflections. Bipolar Disorders 15, 628-631.

Cerel J, Maple M, Aldrich R, van de Venne J (2013). Exposure to suicide and identification as survivor. Crisis. Published online: 19 July 2013. doi: 10.1027/0227-5910/a000220.

Comans T, Visser V, Scuffham P (2013). Cost effectiveness of a community-based crisis intervention program for people bereaved by suicide. Crisis. Published online: 13 August 2013. doi: 10.1027/0227-5910/a000210.

Currier JM, Mallot J, Martinez TE, Sandy C, Neimeyer RA (2013). Bereavement, religion, and posttraumatic growth: A matched control group investigation. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 5, 69-77.

Dransart DAC (2013). From sense-making to meaning-making: Understanding and supporting survivors of suicide. British Journal of Social Work 43, 317.

Floyd FJ, Mailick Seltzer M, Greenberg JS, Song J (2013). Parental bereavement during mid-tolater life: Pre- to postbereavement functioning and intrapersonal resources for coping. Psychology and Aging 28, 402.

Hamdan S, Melhem NM, Porta G, Song MS, Brent DA (2013). Alcohol and substance abuse in parentally bereaved youth. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 74, 828-833.

Karam EG, Tabet CC, Itani LA (2013). The bereavement exclusion: Findings from a field study. Psychiatric Annals 43, 267-271.

Moore M, Maple M, Mitchell AM, Cerel J (2013). Challenges and opportunities for suicide bereavement research. Crisis 34 297-304.

Omerov P, Steineck G, Dyregrov K, Runeson B, Nyberg U (2013). The ethics of doing nothing. Suicide-bereavement and research: Ethical and methodological considerations. Psychological Medicine. Published online: 19 July 2013. doi: 10.1017/S0033291713001670.

Omerov P, Steineck G, Nyberg T, Runeson B, Nyberg U (2013). Psychological morbidity among suicide-bereaved and non-bereaved parents: A nationwide population survey. British Medical Journal Open 3, e003108.

Omerov P, Steineck G, Runeson B, Christensson A, Kreicbergs U, Pettersén R, Rubenson B, Skoogh J, Rådestad I, Nyberg U (2012). Preparatory studies to a population-based survey of suicide-bereaved parents in Sweden. Crisis 34, 200-210.

Quinlan KM (2013). From therapy to poetry and back again: One writer’s journey. Journal of Poetry Therapy 26, 115-125.

Range LM (2013). A review of devastating losses: How parents cope with the death of a child to suicide or drugs. Death Studies 37, 883-888.

Rothes IA, Scheerder G, Van Audenhove C, Henriques MR (2013). Patient suicide: The experience of Flemish psychiatrists. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior 43, 379-394.

Simon NM (2013). Treating complicated grief. JAMA 310, 416-423.

Sugrue JL, McGilloway S, Keegan O (2013). The experiences of mothers bereaved by suicide: An exploratory study. Death Studies. Published online: 9 August 2013. doi: 10.1080/07481187.2012.738765.

Tan P, Ketola J (2013). Bereaved mothers navigating the impact of their loss. Illness Crisis and Loss 21, 141-155. Citation List 149

Taylor P, Corteen K, Morley S (2013). Service user suicides and coroner’s inquests: Paul Taylor, Karen Corteen and Sharon Morley discuss the impact on practitioners of the deaths of people using their services. Criminal Justice Matters 92, 32-33.

Weinberg RJ, Dietz LJ, Stoyak S, Melhem NM, Porta G, Payne MW, Brent DA (2013). A prospective study of parentally bereaved youth, caregiver depression, and body mass index. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 74, 834-840.

Wurst FM, Kunz I, Skipper G, Wolfersdorf M, Beine KH, Vogel R, Müller S, Petitjean S, Thon N (2013). How therapists react to patient’s suicide: Findings and consequences for health care professionals’ wellbeing. General Hospital Psychiatry 35, 565–570.

 
Vol 11

Anonymous (2013). Medically assisted aid in dying? Vermont is now the fourth state to permit mercy. The West Virginia Medical Journal 109, 7.

Abbott CH, Prigerson HG, Maciejewski PK (2013). The influence of patients’ quality of life at the end of life on bereaved caregivers’ suicidal ideation. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. Published online: 6 December 2013. doi: 10.1016/j.jpainsymman.2013.09.011.

Abel KM, Heuvelman HP, Jorgensen L, Magnusson C, Wicks S, Susser E, Hallkvist J, Dalman C (2014). Severe bereavement stress during the prenatal and childhood periods and risk of psychosis in later life: Population based cohort study. British Medical Journal 348, f7679.

Abidin Z, Davoren M, Naughton L, Gibbons O, Nulty A, Kennedy HG (2013). Susceptibility (risk and protective) factors for in-patient violence and self-harm: Prospective study of structured professional judgement instruments start and saprof, dundrum-3 and dundrum-4 in forensic mental health services. BMC Psychiatry 13, 197.

Burke LA, Neimeyer RA (2014). Complicated spiritual grief I: Relation to complicated grief symptomatology following violent death bereavement. Death Studies 38, 259-267.

Castelli Dransart DA, Gutjahr E, Gulfi A, Kaufmann Didisheim N, Séguin M (2013). Patient suicide in institutions: Emotional responses and traumatic impact on Swiss mental health professionals. Death Studies 38, 315-321.

Crenshaw MR (2013). Attitudes of African American clergy regarding the postvention needs of African American suicide survivors. Pastoral Psychology. Published online: 29 November 2013. doi: 10.1007/s11089-013-0581-1.

de Groot M (2013). Course of bereavement over 8-10 years in first degree relatives and spouses of people who committed suicide: Longitudinal community based cohort study. British Medical Journal 347, F6649.

Dickens N (2014). Prevalence of complicated grief and posttraumatic stress disorder in children and adolescents following sibling death. Family Journal 22, 119-126.

Gall TL, Henneberry J, Eyre M (2014). Two perspectives on the needs of individuals bereaved by suicide. Death Studies. Published online: 13 November 2013. doi: 10.1080/07481187.2013.772928.

Goodwin-Smith I, Hicks N, Hawke M, Alver G, Raftery P (2013). Living beyond Aboriginal suicide: Developing a culturally appropriate and accessible suicide postvention service for aboriginal communities in South Australia. Advances in Mental Health 11, 238-245.

Jackson D, Peters K, Murphy G (2014). Suicide of a close family member through the eyes of a child: A narrative case study report. Journal of Child Health Care. Published online: 31 January 2014. doi: 10.1177/1367493513519297.

Jacobs AS (2013). A crisis in counseling: Questioning the role of crisis counselors within police departments. Health Communication. Published online: 30 October 2013. doi: 10.1080/10410236.2013.796437.

Kaplow JB, Howell KH, Layne CM (2014). Do circumstances of the death matter? Identifying socioenvironmental risks for grief-related psychopathology in bereaved youth. Journal of Traumatic Stress 27, 42-49.

Kola V, Kola E, Petrela E, Zaimi E (2013). Trends of attempted suicide in Albanian children and adolescents. Archives of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy 15, 39-44.

Lachter B (2013). The stress of work, with bonus vaudeville section. Australasian Psychiatry 21, 486-489. Citation List 173

Ljung T, Sandin S, Langstrom N, Runeson B, Lichtenstein P, Larsson H (2013). Offspring death and subsequent psychiatric morbidity in bereaved parents: Addressing mechanisms in a total population cohort. Psychological Medicine. Published online: 1 November 2013. doi: 10.1017/S0033291713002572.

McKay K, Tighe J (2013). Talking through the dead: The impact and interplay of lived grief after suicide. OMEGA 68, 111-121.

Pitman A, Osborn D, King M (2014). Suicide bereavement and risk for suicide attempt: A national cross-sectional survey of young adults. The Lancet 383, s82.

Pompili M, Shrivastava A, Serafini G, Innamorati M, Milelli M, Erbuto D, Ricci F, Lamis DA, Scocco P, Amore M, Lester D, Girardi P (2013). Bereavement after the suicide of a significant other. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 55, 256-263.

Powell KA, Matthys A (2013). Effects of suicide on siblings: Uncertainty and the grief process. Journal of Family Communication 13, 321-339.

Rostila M, Saarela J, Kawachi I (2013). “The psychological skeleton in the closet”: Mortality after a sibling’s suicide. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. Published online: 15 October 2013. doi: 10.1007/s00127-013-0780-1.

Ryan M, Giljohann A (2013). ‘I needed to know’: Imparting graphic and distressing details about a suicide to the bereaved. Bereavement Care 32, 111-116.

Ryan M, Lister R, Flynn L (2013). Giving voice to those bereaved by suicide: The ‘nothing prepared me for this’ project1. Advances in Mental Health 11, 213-222.

Saindon C, Rheingold AA, Baddeley J, Wallace MM, Brown C, Rynearson EK (2014). Restorative retelling for violent loss: An open clinical trial. Death Studies 38, 251-258 .

Salska A, Plesiewicz I, Zieli ska M, Chizy ski K (2013). A family member suicide causes “broken heart syndrome” – two cases of the tako-tsubo cardiomyopathy. Archives of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy 15, 27-29.

Schotanus-Dijkstra M, Havinga P, van Ballegooijen W, Delfosse L, Mokkenstorm J, Boon B (2013). What do the bereaved by suicide communicate in online support groups? Crisis 35, 27- 35.

Skehan J, Maple M, Fisher J, Sharrock G (2013). Suicide bereavement and the media: A qualitative study. Advances in Mental Health 11, 223-237.

Visser VS, Comans TA, Scuffham PA (2014). Evaluation of the effectiveness of a communitybased crisis intervention program for people bereaved by suicide. Journal of Community Psychology 42, 19-28 .

Xu G, Li N (2014). A comparison study on mental health status between suicide survivors and survivors of accidental deaths in rural China. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. Published online: 20 March 2014. doi: 10.1111/jpm.12147.

 
Vol 12

Abbott CH, Zakriski AL (2014). Grief and attitudes toward suicide in peers affected by a cluster of suicides as adolescents. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior. Published online: 8 May 2014. doi: 10.1111/sltb.12100.

Baddeley JL, Williams JL, Rynearson T, Correa F, Saindon C, Rheingold AA (2014). Death thoughts and images in treatment-seekers after violent loss. Death Studies. Published online: 8 October 2014. doi: 10.1080/07481187.2014.893274.

Cerel J, McIntosh JL, Neimeyer RA, Maple M, Marshall D (2014). The continuum of “survivorship”: Definitional issues in the aftermath of suicide. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior. Published online: 7 April 2004. doi: 10.1111/sltb.12093.

Clark J (2014). Engaging in ritual after client suicide: The critical importance of linking objects for therapists. Bereavement Care 33, 70-76.

Fairman N, Montross Thomas LP, Whitmore S, Meier EA, Irwin SA (2014). What did I miss? A qualitative assessment of the impact of patient suicide on hospice clinical staff. Journal of Palliative Medicine 17, 832-836.

Krysinska K, Andriessen K, Corveleyn J (2014). Religion and spirituality in online suicide bereavement. Crisis 35, 349-356.

McKinnon JM, Chonody J (2014). Exploring the formal supports used by people bereaved through suicide: A qualitative study. Social Work in Mental Health 12, 231-248

McLaughlin C, McGowan I, O’Neill S, Kernohan G (2014). The burden of living with and caring for a suicidal family member. Journal of Mental Health (23, 236-240).

Prabhakar D, Balon R, Anzia JM, Gabbard GO, Lomax JW, Bandstra BS, Eisen J, Figueroa S, Theresa G, Ruble M, Seritan AL, Zisook S (2014). Helping psychiatry residents cope with patient suicide. Academic Psychiatry 38, 593-597.

Omerov P, Steineck G, Nyberg T, Runeson B, Nyberg U (2014). Viewing the body after bereavement due to suicide: A population-based survey in Sweden. PLoS ONE 9, e101799.

Ratnarajah D, Maple M, Minichiello V (2014). Understanding family member suicide narratives by investigating family history. Omega 69, 41-57.

Wilks D (2014). Autobiographical case study: Using art and poetry therapy to process family member suicide. Journal of Poetry Therapy 27, 213-216.

Wittouck C, Van Autreve S, Portzky G, van Heeringen K (2014). A CBT-based psychoeducational intervention for suicide survivors. Crisis 35, 193-201.

 
Vol 13

Bailey L, Bell J, Kennedy D (2014). Continuing social presence of the dead: Exploring suicide bereavement through online memorialisation. New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia. Published online: 16 December 2014. doi: 10.1080/13614568.2014.983554.

Bardon C, Mishara BL (2015). Development of a comprehensive programme to prevent and reduce the negative impact of railway fatalities, injuries and close calls on railway employees. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation. Published online: 13 January 2015. doi: 10.1007/s10926-014-9562-1.

Bentley B, O’Connor M (2015). Conducting research interviews with bereaved family carers: When do we ask? Journal of Palliative Medicine 18, 241-245 .

Boelen PA,deKeijserJ, Smid G (2014).Cognitive-behavioral variables mediate the impact of violent loss on post-loss psychopathology. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy. Published online: 22 December 2014. doi: 10.1037/tra0000018.

Canning P, Gournay K (2014). The impact of patient suicide on community mental health teams. British Journal of Mental Health Nursing 3, 235-240.

Castelli Dransart DA,GulfiA,Heeb J-L,Gutjahr E (2015). The impact of patient suicide on the professional practice of Swiss psychiatrists and psychologists. Academic Psychiatry. Published online: 9 January 2015. doi: 10.1007/s40596-014-0267-8.

Chapple A, Ziebland S, Hawton K (2015). Taboo and the different death? Perceptions of those bereaved by suicide or other traumatic death. Sociology of Health and Illness. Published online: 13 February 2015. doi: 10.1111/1467-9566.12224.

Greenberg D, Shefler G (2014). Patient suicide. Israel Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences 51, 193-198. Hagström AS (2014). “The self-murderer from Orminge”: A bereaved daughter’s remonstrance to “rescue” her self through a performed memoir of revolt. Narrative Inquiry 24, 218-238.

Hunt QA, Hertlein KM (2015). Conceptualizing suicide bereavement from an attachment lens. American Journal of Family Therapy 43, 16-27

Jahn DR, Spencer-Thomas S (2014). Continuing bonds through after-death spiritual experiences in individuals bereaved by suicide. Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health 16, 311-324.

Jefee-Bahloul H, Hanna RC, Brenner AM (2014). Teaching psychiatry residents about suicide loss: Impact of an educational program. Academic Psychiatry 38, 768-770.

Mallon S, Stanley N (2015).Creation of a death by suicide. Crisis. Published online: 12 January 2015. doi: 10.1027/0227-5910/a000299.

MeansJJ (2015). Personal reflections on a suicide. Academic Psychiatry. Published online: 13 January 2015. doi: 10.1007/s40596-014-0271-z.

Pettersen R, Omerov P, Steineck G, Dyregrov A, Titelman D, Dyregrov K, Nyberg U (2014). Suicide-bereaved siblings’ perception of health services. Death Studies. Published online: 17 December 2014. doi: 10.1080/07481187.2014.946624.

Phillips T (2015).Wrestling with grief: Fan negotiation of professional/private personas in responses to the Chris Benoit double murder–suicide. Celebrity Studies. Published online: 19 January 2015. doi: 10.1080/19392397.2015.995470.

Santos S, Campos RC, Tavares S (2014). Suicidal ideation and distress in family members bereaved by suicide in Portugal. Death Studies. Published online: 31 December 2014. doi: 10.1080/07481187.2014.946626.

Santos S,Tavares S,Campos RC (2014). Distress in Portuguese family members bereaved by suicide: An exploratory study. Journal of Loss and Trauma. Published online: 24 October 2014. doi: 10.1080/15325024.2014.934618. Citation List 161

Sweeney L, Owens C, Malone K (2014). Communication and interpretation of emotional distress within the friendships of young Irish men prior to suicide: A qualitative study. Health and Social Care in the Community 23, 150-158.

Ward-Ciesielski EF, Wielgus MD, Jones CB (2014). Suicide-bereaved individuals’ attitudes toward therapists. Crisis. Published online: 2 December 2014. doi: 10.1027/0227-5910/a000290.

Wilcox HC, Mittendorfer-Rutz E, Kjeldgard L, Alexanderson K, Runeso B (2015). Functional impairment due to bereavement after the death of adolescent or young adult offspring in a national population study of 1,051,515 parents. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. Published online: 1 January 2015. doi: 10.1007/s00127-014-0997-7.

 

Vol 14
Cazares PT, Santiago P, Moulton D, Moran S, Tsai A (2015). Suicide response guidelines for residency trainees: A novel postvention response for the care and teaching of psychiatry residents who encounter suicide in their patients. Academic Psychiatry 39, 393-397.
Currier JM, Irish JE, Neimeyer RA, Foster JD (2015). Attachment, continuing bonds, and complicated grief following violent loss: Testing a moderated model. Death Studies 39, 201-210.
Grant C, Ballard ED, Olson-Madden JH (2015). An empowerment approach to family caregiver involvement in suicide prevention: Implications for practice. Family Journal 23, 295-304.
Krysinska K, Andriessen K (2015). Online memorialization and grief after suicide: An analysis of suicide memorials on the internet. OMEGA 71, 19-47.
Mallon S, Stanley N (2015). Creation of a death by suicide how do bereaved young adults come to understand the death of a friend as suicide? Crisis 36, 142-147.
McManama O’Brien KH, Salas-Wright CP, Vaughn MG, LeCloux M (2015). Childhood exposure to a parental suicide attempt and risk for substance use disorders. Addictive Behaviors 46, 70-76
Peters K, Staines A, Cunningham C, Ramjan L (2015). The lifekeeper memory quilt: Evaluation of a suicide postvention program. Death Studies 39, 353-359.
Pettersen R, Omerov P, Steineck G, Titelman D, Dyregrov A, Nyberg T, Nyberg U (2015). Lack of trust in the health-care system after losing a child to suicide. Crisis 36, 161-172
Segal-Engelchin D, Kfir-Levin N, Neustaedter SB, Mirsky J (2015). Mental pain among female suicide attempt survivors in Israel: An exploratory qualitative study. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction 13, 423-434.
Spuij M, Dekovic M, Boelen PA (2015). An open trial of ‘grief-help’: A cognitive-behavioural treatment for prolonged grief in children and adolescents. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy 22, 185-192
Veale A (2015). Longitudinal evaluation of a therapeutic group work intervention with suicide-bereaved children. Irish Journal of Psychology 35, 188-204.
Ward-Ciesielski EF, Wielgus MD, Jones CB (2015). Suicide-bereaved individuals’ attitudes toward therapists. Crisis 36, 135-141.
Wilcox HC, Mittendorfer-Rutz E, Kjeldgard L, Alexanderson K, Runeson B (2015). Functional impairment due to bereavement after the death of adolescent or young adult offspring in a national population study of 1,051,515 parents. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 50, 1249-1256.
Yamana A (2015). Japanese undergraduates’ attitudes toward students survivors of parental suicide: A comparison with other stigmatized deaths. OMEGA 71, 82-89.

 

Vol 15
Andriessen K, Draper B, Dudley M, Mitchell PB (2015). Pre- and post-loss features of adolescent suicide bereavement: Findings from a systematic review of the literature. Death Studies 40, 229-246.
Bartik W, Maple M, McKay K (2015). Suicide bereavement and stigma for young people in rural Australia: A mixed methods study. Advances in Mental Health 13, 84-95.
Bell J, Bailey L, Kennedy D (2015). ‘We do it to keep him alive’: Bereaved individuals’ experiences of online suicide memorials and continuing bonds. Mortality 20, 375-389.
Bolton JM, Au W, Chateau D, Walld R, Leslie WD, Enns J, Martens PJ, Katz LY, Logsetty S, Sareen J (2016). Bereavement after sibling death: A population-based longitudinal case-control study. World Psychiatry 15, 59-66.
Cox GR, Bailey E, Jorm AF, Reavley NJ, Templer K, Parker A, Rickwood D, Bhar S, Robinson J (2016). Development of suicide postvention guidelines for secondary schools: A Delphi study. BMC Public Health 16, 180.
Drapeau CW, Cerel J, Moore M (2016). How personality, coping styles, and perceived closeness influence help-seeking attitudes in suicide-bereaved adults. Death Studies 40, 165-171.
Fhaili MN, Flynn N, Dowling S (2016). Experiences of suicide bereavement: A qualitative study exploring the role of the GP. British Journal of General Practice 66, e92-e98.
Groff EC, Ruzek JI, Bongar B, Cordova MJ (2016). Social constraints, loss-related factors, depression, and posttraumatic stress in a treatment-seeking suicide bereaved sample. Psychological Trauma. Published online: 7 March 2016. doi: 10.1037/tra0000128.
Gulfi A, Castelli Dransart DA, Heeb JL, Gutjahr E (2016). The impact of patient suicide on the professional practice of Swiss psychiatrists and psychologists. Academic Psychiatry 40, 13-22.
Levi-Belz Y (2016). To share or not to share? The contribution of self-disclosure to stress-related growth among suicide survivors. Death Studies. Published online: 10 March 2016. doi: 10.1080/07481187.2016.1160164.
Nam I (2016). Suicide bereavement and complicated grief: Experiential avoidance as a mediating mechanism. Journal of Loss and Trauma. Published online: 22 July 2015. doi: 10.1080/15325024.2015.1067099.
Pitman AL, Osborn DP, Rantell K, King MB (2016). Bereavement by suicide as a risk factor for suicide attempt: A cross-sectional national UK-wide study of 3432 young bereaved adults. British Medical Journal Open 6, e009948.
Rabalais AM, Wilks SE, Geiger JR, Bates SM (2016). Prominent feelings and self-regard among survivors of suicide: Does time heal all wounds? Illness, Crisis and Loss. Published online: 14 March 2016 doi: 10.1177/1054137316637189.
Spino E, Kameg KM, Cline TW, Terhorst L, Mitchell AM (2016). Impact of social support on symptoms of depression and loneliness in survivors bereaved by suicide. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing. Published online: 17 February 2016. doi:10.1016/j.apnu.2016.02.001.

 
 

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