Contributors working in psychiatry, psychology, and suicidology from North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand also discuss prevention; the relationship of post-traumatic mood disorder, traumatic brain injury, alcohol abuse, and sleep disturbances to suicidal behavior; and case studies of risk factors in the Swiss system and the Hungarian Defense Force.
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PTMD stands for Post-Traumatic Mood Disorder (psychology)
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Among their topics are the advantages and disadvantages of the Internet in preventing suicide, improving public health practice in suicide prevention through online training, the online deliver of safe and effective information about warning signs for suicide, exploring self-injury and suicide in relation to self-harm discussion groups on the Internet, effects of mass media on suicidal behavior in patients with psychotic disorders, Internet- based mental health research for Japanese men in sexual minorities, legal and ethical considerations for Internet communication about assisted or rational suicide, and possible Internet-based therapies for treating war veterans with post-traumatic mood disorder.