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Taylor & Francis
Issues in Mental Health Nursing
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DOI: 10.1080/01612840.2016.1193578; PMID: 27351243
The number of deaths by suicide has increased over the last few years. The purpose of this qualitative study is to explore components of resilience in adolescents who survived a suicide attempt from the perspective of nine psychiatric nurses. Resilience was used as a guiding conceptual framework which proposes that resilience is the interplay between risk and protective factors. Three categories emerged including risk factors, protective factors, and future recommendations of suicide prevention strategies. The perspectives gained from this study will help develop nursing interventions for adolescents to overcome risk factors and to build on their protective factors.
Matel-Anderson, Denise M. and Bekhet, Abir K., "Resilience in Adolescents Who Survived a Suicide Attempt from the Perspective of Registered Nurses in Inpatient Psychiatric Facilities" (2016). College of Nursing Faculty Research and Publications. 458.