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Preface; Suicidal behaviour among peacekeepers: An international perspective; Suicide & mental health among peacekeepers: A review of the literature; Suicidal behaviour among current & former peacekeepers; Suicide prevention in the army; The Swiss system of militia army -- a suicide risk?; The occurrence of suicide in the Hungarian Defense Force after the abolition of obligatory regular army between 2005 & 2007 in comparison with previous years. Suicide prevention in the military; Suicide prevention in the military; Suicide prevention in a top-down society; Preventing suicide in the military: plenty of room for improvement; The concept of post-traumatic mood disorder & its relation to suicidal behaviour in war veterans; Sleep disturbances & suicide prevention in the military; Suicidality & suicide prevention among war veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury; Alcohol & suicide; Index.
Leo Sher, MD is a psychiatrist with a background in internal medicine. His areas of research and clinical expertise include neurobiology, diagnosis, and treatment of mood, anxiety, and personality disorders, alcoholism, and suicidal behavior. He is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Director of the Inpatient Psychiatry Service at the James J Peters VA Medical Center in New York. He has authored about 600 scientific publications, is a reviewer for numerous medical journals, the recipient of several awards and the first researcher in North America who introduced the use of the combined dexamethasone suppression/corticotropin-releasing hormone stimulation test for psychiatric purposes. Dr. Sher has experience as a forensic psychiatric expert and consultant.