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E.4 Суицид и самоповреждения

Thomas Jans Yesim Taneli Andreas Warnke, Eds.: International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions, (2018)


Во многих странах суицид является одной из главных причин смерти среди детей и подростков. Одна из главных задач психиатрических служб – выяв-ление молодых людей из группы риска и предложение эффективных методов лечения. Данная глава содержит обзор суицидальности детей и подростков. Несуицидальные самоповреждения также будут рассмотрены, но основное внимание будет уделено суицидальным попыткам и завершенным суицидам. Обзор включает данные эпидемиологии, сведения о факторах риска и осо-бенностях этиологии, клинических проявлениях, диагностике, лечении и про-филактике. Поскольку акцент мы сделали на клинических проблемах, в этот обзор не вошли сведения о нейропсихобиологии суицидальности.
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The Use of Medication in Treating Childhood and Adolescent Depression: Information for Patients and Familie

American Psychiatric Association; American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, (2019)


Accessed January 22, 2019. This updated version include important research that has added to our knowledge about effective treatments for child and adolescent depression. Its goal is to help parents and families make informed decisions about getting the best care for a child with depression. For easy use, it is presented in Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) format.
http://www.psychiatry.org/File%20Library/Psychiatr...


The Adolescent Brain: A second window of opportunity

United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), (2017)


The articles in this compendium elaborate on some of the ideas shared at the symposium. Together, they provide a broad view of the dynamic interactions among physical, sexual and brain development that take place during adolescence. They highlight some of the risks to optimal development – including toxic stress, which can interfere with the formation of brain connections, and other vulnerabilities unique to the onset of puberty and independence. They also point to the opportunities for developing interventions that can build on earlier investments in child development – consolidating gains and even offsetting the effects of deficits and traumas experienced earlier in childhood.
https://www.unicef-irc.org/publications/pdf/adoles...


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