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Awarded Research Grant to Prevent Violence and Violence-Related Injury

Suicide Risk During Transition to Early Adulthood

FOA Number: CE01-016: Grants for Violence-Related Injury Prevention Research
Project Period: 9/30/2001 - 9/29/2004
Application/Grant Number: R49-CCR019850-01
Principal Investigator: Herting, Jerald R., BA, MA, PH.D.
University of Washington/School of Nursing
3935 University Way Ne
T502 Health Sciences Center
Seattle, WA 98195-7263

Abstract

Adolescent suicide is a serious public health problem and a major priority on the national health care agenda (Healthy People 2010). Suicide is one of the leading causes of death among adolescents. Moreover, suicide rates increase during the transition from late adolescence to early adulthood, thus, identifying this life-course transition as a period of increased risk. This proposal addresses this transitional period.

 
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