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Commentary on: Ramchand, R., Schuler, M. S., Schoenbaum, M., Colpe, L., & Ayer, L. Suicidality among sexual minority adults: Gender, age, and race/ethnicity differences. Am J Prev Med 2022;62:193–202.
Implications for practice and research
Providing community-based personalised and short therapy programmes in schools, workplaces or homes may reduce the risk of suicidality among lesbian, gay and bisexual adults.
More naturalistic research exploring what increases the risk of age and gender-based differences among suicidality is needed.
Age, gender and ethnicity influence suicidality (suicide thoughts, plans and attempts) and its outcome.1 Women experience more suicidality than men, who have higher resulting mortality rates. Gender orientation and suicidality-related data remain limited without uniformity in death investigation reports.2 Yet, an elevated risk was reported for suicidality among lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people than their counterparts.1 3 However, how this risk intersects with age, gender orientation and ethnicity remains scarce in the …
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