Completed research

Below you will find a list of completed research projects, or fields of research, carried out at Centre for Suicide Research:

Risk and protective factors

Veteran soldiers

The Elderly

Vulnerable phases in life

Research cooperation

Professionals

Ethnical Minorities

Eating disorders and suicidal behaviour

Adolescents

  • SAYLE – Saving Young Lives Everywhere. Link to project description
  • SAYLE – Saving Young Lives in Europe
  • Life style and personal welfare of young people, CASE 1 follow-up
  • The life style and personal welfare of young people, CASE 1
  • Preventive strategies – from the perspectives of young people and their parents, CASE 2
  • From thought to suicide – an example
  • Self-harm among young people
  • Self-harm among quiet girls and big boys

Adolescents with different ethnic backgrounds

  • Suicidal behaviour among ethnical minorities in Denmark
  • Coping strategies and self-harm among young people with a different ethnic background
  • Coping stategies among young people with a different ethnic background
  • The life style and personal welfare of young people with a different ethnic background. Is a special preventive strategy needed?

Suicide attempts, suicides and register

SWING

  • Suicide attempts and suicides – when are they committed? (Meteorological factors and seasonality in suicidal behaviour are studied).

Working papers: “The relationship between suicide and day of the week, major holidays, and national events in Denmark 1970-1998.” Download; “Meteorological factors and seasonality in suicidal behaviour in Denmark 1970-2000.” Download; Poster: “Intra-monthly Distribution of Suicides in Denmark 1970-1998.” Download

Alcohol abuse

  • Alcohol abuse and suicidal behaviour. A study of risc factors and protective factors in relation to suicidal behaviour among alcohol abusers
Denne tekst blev senest opdateret den 20/11/2017