In India, suicide research has largely concentrated on the prevalence, method, psychological, and demographic risk factors. Suicide processes, paradigms, prevention strategies, and other features of suicide that are common in the West may not be applicable in India. It is vital to study potential underlying processes, various suicide prevention methods, and suicide prevention in general, as well as what more work has to be done in the Indian context. Suicide, on the other hand, is a cross-sectoral public health issue that demands collaboration across all key sectors, and its prevention should engage all stakeholders in India.
Ram, Dushad; Mathew, Akash; and Alammar, Muath A
"Understanding suicide and its prevention in the Indian context: Mental Health Perspective,"
International Journal of Health and Allied Sciences: Vol. 11:
1, Article 19.
Available at: https://rescon.jssuni.edu.in/ijhas/vol11/iss1/19