Authors: Maurizio Pompili (Sant'Andrea Hospital, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy; McLean Hospital - Harvard Medical School, USA)
Abstract: Suicide has been studied extensively but unfortunately still remains enigmatic and with a great gap from basic research. Personal views in regards to suicide from the people involved in suicide research and prevention are explored herein. This book presents and discusses thoughts about how one becomes involved in studying the enigmatic phenomenon of suicide. Serendipity, anecdotes, failures in preventing suicide and academic pathways are only a few items that can be identified when reading the essays included in this volume.
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