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 Vol 4: Association between childhood adversities and long-term suicidality among South Africans from the results of the South African Stress and Health study: a cross-sectional study.


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This article is from BMJ Open, volume 4.AbstractObjective: Suicide and suicidal behaviours are significant public health problems and a leading cause of death worldwide and in South Africa.
We examined the association between childhood adversities and suicidal behaviour over the life course.
Methods: A national probability sample of 4351 South Afri

Author: Bruwer, Belinda; Govender, Ravi; Bishop, Melanie; Williams, David R; Stein, Dan J; Seedat, Soraya

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