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This study investigated suicides by people aged ten to 19 in Newfoundland and Labrador from to It is the first study of suicide in the province to use the records of death from all eight hospital pathology departments in the province and from the office of the Chief Forensic Pathologist. Cases were selected for the study using standardized criteria, independent of the manner of death recorded on the death certificate.
A suicide rate of 4. This rate and the age- and sex-specific suicide rates are lower than the official figures for Canada but higher than those reported in earlier Newfoundland studies. The rate for males was nearly five times the female rate, and the rate for people aged 15 to 19 was nearly six times that of people aged ten to Suicide rates for Labrador were higher than for the island portion of the province for both Native and for non Native adolescents.
Extremely high rates of suicide were found only among the Native population living in Northern Labrador, while none were recorded for Native people elsewhere. Thirty percent of suicides occurred on a Saturday. Only 36 of the 63 deaths included in this study were deated as suicide on death certificates. The higher rate of under-reporting of suicide than in other jurisdictions suggests that official rates may not be useful for comparisons. The reasons for the high rate of under-reporting are discussed. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features!
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Aboriginal health. MacMillan HL, et al. MeSH terms Adolescent Actions. Age Factors Actions. Cause of Death Actions. Child Actions. Cross-Sectional Studies Actions. Female Actions. Humans Actions. Incidence Actions. Male Actions. Periodicity Actions. Risk Factors Actions. Sex Factors Actions. Related information MedGen.
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