A group in Oslo, Norway recently studied managing suicidality within specialized care, including patients from two crisis centers, three inpatient units, and two regular inpatient units. The study found that “CAMS improved treatment outcome on suicide ideation and mental health distress more rapidly and in a sustained manner when compared to treatment as usual.” This study is in press at the Journal of Affective Disorders.
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