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Suicide Prevention is a Winnable Battle
Local Board of Health Authority to Address Obesity
Pomeranz Responds
Preventing Suicide Is a National Imperative
Suicide Prevention for Veterans and Active Duty Personnel
Precedence for Integration of Clinical Services in Public Health Initiatives
Facilitating Treatment Engagement During High-Risk Transition Periods: A Potential Suicide Prevention Strategy
Lessons Learned from Mental Health Enhancement and Suicide Prevention Activities in the Veterans Health Administration
Is the Rate of Suicide Among Veterans Elevated?
A Call to Link Data to Answer Pressing Questions About Suicide Risk Among Veterans
Estimating the Risk of Suicide Among US Veterans: How Should We Proceed From Here?
Addressing the Surveillance Goal in the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention: The Department of Defense Suicide Event Report
Implementation and Early Utilization of a Suicide Hotline for Veterans
An Emergency Department-Based Brief Intervention for Veterans at Risk for Suicide (SAFE VET)
Prevalence and Characteristics of Suicide Ideation and Attempts Among Active Military and Veteran Participants in a National Health Survey
Characteristics of Suicides Among US Army Active Duty Personnel in 17 US States From 2005 to 2007
Suicidal Ideation Among Sexual Minority Veterans: Results From the 2005-2010 Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey
Evaluation of a Family-Centered Prevention Intervention for Military Children and Families Facing Wartime Deployments
Effect of Dwell Time on the Mental Health of US Military Personnel With Multiple Combat Tours
Use of the Air Force Post-Deployment Health Reassessment for the Identification of Depression and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Public Health Implications for Suicide Prevention
Mental and Physical Health Status and Alcohol and Drug Use Following Return From Deployment to Iraq or Afghanistan
Reduced Mortality Among Department of Veterans Affairs Patients With Schizophrenia or Bipolar Disorder Lost to Follow-up and Engaged in Active Outreach to Return for Care
Effects of Iraq/Afghanistan Deployments on Major Depression and Substance Use Disorder: Analysis of Active Duty Personnel in the US Military
Patterns of Treatment Utilization Before Suicide Among Male Veterans With Substance Use Disorders
Sleep Disturbance Preceding Suicide Among Veterans
Suicide Mortality Among Patients Treated by the Veterans Health Administration From 2000 to 2007
Suicide Among Veterans in 16 States, 2005 to 2008: Comparisons Between Utilizers and Nonutilizers of Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Services Based on Data From the National Death Index, the National Violent Death Reporting System, and VHA Administrative Records
Suicide Among Patients in the Veterans Affairs Health System: Rural-Urban Differences in Rates, Risks, and Methods
The Role of Pain, Functioning, and Mental Health in Suicidality Among Veterans Affairs Primary Care Patients
Differences Between Veteran Suicides With and Without Psychiatric Symptoms
Suicide Risk and Precipitating Circumstances Among Young, Middle-Aged, and Older Male Veterans
Suicide Incidence and Risk Factors in an Active Duty US Military Population
Suicidal Behavior in a National Sample of Older Homeless Veterans
Veterans and Suicide: A Reexamination of the National Death Index-Linked National Health Interview Survey
Preventing Suicide by Preventing Lethal Injury: The Need to Act on What We Already Know
Surveillance of Suicide and Suicide Attempts Among Veterans: Addressing a National Imperative