Suicide in men: what is the problem?

In high-income countries such as the UK, suicide incidence in males is three times higher than in females. Among men, the suicide rate is higher still for those who are in their middle years (35–54) and live in socio-economically disadvantaged circumstances. Stephen Platt draws on insights from a range of social science perspectives to identify the non-psychiatric factors that interact with psychiatric vulnerability to elevate suicide risk in this demographic group.

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