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Objectives: To use the estimates from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2016 to describe patterns of suicide mortality globally, regionally, and for 195 countries and territories by age, sex, and Socio-demographic index, and to describe temporal trends between 1990 and 2016.




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Main outcome measures: Crude and age standardised rates from suicide mortality and years of life lost were compared across regions and countries, and by age, sex, and Socio-demographic index (a composite measure of fertility, income, and education).


Results: The total number of deaths from suicide increased by 6.7% (95% uncertainty interval 0.4% to 15.6%) globally over the 27 year study period to 817 000 (762 000 to 884 000) deaths in 2016. However, the age standardised mortality rate for suicide decreased by 32.7% (27.2% to 36.6%) worldwide between 1990 and 2016, similar to the decline in the global age standardised mortality rate of 30.6%. Suicide was the leading cause of age standardised years of life lost in the Global Burden of Disease region of high income Asia Pacific and was among the top 10 leading causes in eastern Europe, central Europe, western Europe, central Asia, Australasia, southern Latin America, and high income North America. Rates for men were higher than for women across regions, countries, and age groups, except for the 15 to 19 age group. There was variation in the female to male ratio, with higher ratios at lower levels of Socio-demographic index. Women experienced greater decreases in mortality rates (49.0%, 95% uncertainty interval 42.6% to 54.6%) than men (23.8%, 15.6% to 32.7%).


Conclusions: Age standardised mortality rates for suicide have greatly reduced since 1990, but suicide remains an important contributor to mortality worldwide. Suicide mortality was variable across locations, between sexes, and between age groups. Suicide prevention strategies can be targeted towards vulnerable populations if they are informed by variations in mortality rates.


The District of Columbia Death with Dignity Act of 2016, D.C. Law 21-182, was effective on February 18, 2017 and applicable as of June 6, 2017. This act allows terminally ill adults seeking to voluntarily end their life, to request lethal doses of medication from licensed physicians in the District (MD/DO). Terminally ill patients must be District of Columbia residents who have been medically confirmed to have less than six months to live.


DC Health has created three educational modules outlining the responsibilities of physicians, patients and pharmacists related to the District of Columbia Death with Dignity Act of 2016. You can review these modules at the following links:


Parents need to know that The Suicide Squad is a reboot of/follow-up to the 2016 misfire Suicide Squad, as well as a follow-up to the 2020 Harley Quinn movie Birds of Prey, all of which are part of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU). It's vulgar, extremely gory, and irreverent, but it's also exhilarating and it has a lot of heart, as well as clear themes of teamwork. This movie is notably more graphic than the 2016 film: Expect intense blood and gore (bodies are slashed, blown apart, etc.), lots of death (including important characters), heavy weaponry, brutal fighting, torture, crashes/explosions, and more, all with an over-the-top, quasi-humorous, comic book style. Language is also very strong, with uses of "f--k," "s--t," "t-ts," "p---y," and much more. Characters have comically energetic (but not explicit) sex, wrecking the room and crashing objects to the floor. Nudity is mostly in the background but includes glimpses of breasts, chests, and a penis. There's some sex-related dialogue and sexual gestures. Main characters smoke and drink, and a character is seen shooting heroin. Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, John Cena, and many more familiar faces co-star.


Full of gleeful gore and carnage, infectiously silly jokes, and an overall vulgar, irreverent attitude, this wily, invigorating DCEU movie also offers surprisingly strong teamwork and lots of heart. A quasi-sequel (but more like a reboot) to the 2016 misfire Suicide Squad -- with only Harley Quinn, Rick Flag, and Amanda Waller carried over -- The Suicide Squad rambunctiously avoids the problems of that earlier movie, barreling over them like a noisy party bus. It's all thanks to writer-director James Gunn, who brought a similar dose of energy to the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Guardians of the Galaxy and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Despite his commercial successes, Gunn seems to retain the spirit of the low-budget exploitation studio Troma where he got his start.


Previously the suicide bulletin presented suicides for the UK. In order to improve the timeliness of the publication and to produce estimates ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day, we have produced estimates for Great Britain as Northern Ireland data is not yet available. There will be an update later in the year to include deaths from Northern Ireland and produce an overall UK estimate.


The National Statistics definition of suicide includes all deaths from intentional self-harm for persons aged 10 and over, and deaths where the intent was undetermined for those aged 15 and over. This definition was revised in January 2016 and further information on the impact can be found in the 2014 suicide registrations bulletin.


In common with most other UK mortality statistics, suicide figures are presented for deaths registered in a particular calendar year, which enables figures to be published in a timely manner. The alternative would be to publish statistics based on the year in which the death occurred, however, this would delay the publication, cause repeated revisions to historical data and be inconsistent with other published mortality figures.


Publishing suicide figures based on year of registration means that many deaths appear in the statistics of a year that is later than the year in which the death occurred. Differences in the death registration systems in England, Wales and Scotland mean that the length of registration delays varies between these countries and has implications for the comparability of mortality statistics across Great Britain. That is, the Great Britain suicide figures for deaths registered in 2016 will comprise deaths occurring in different time periods for different countries of Great Britain. However, as suicide trends tend to change relatively slowly over time, this is unlikely to have a great impact on the usability of Great Britain suicide statistics.


If we compare with 2015 figures, the suicide rate has fallen by 3.1% for males and 9.4% for females in Great Britain; as such the current age-standardised suicide rate for Great Britain is 15.7 per 100,000 for males and 4.8 per 100,000 for females.


In 1981, male deaths accounted for approximately 62.4% of all suicides registered. In succeeding years, as the overall numbers of suicides fell, there was a more prominent fall in numbers for females. Therefore, the proportion of male suicides increased and has remained at approximately 75% of all suicides since the early 1990s.


  • Figure 1: Age-standardised suicide rates by sex, for Great Britain, registered between 1981 and 2016 Source: Office for National Statistics, National Records of ScotlandNotes:A common definition of suicides is used across Great Britain. See the "Things you need to know" section for more information.

  • Rates are expressed per 100,000 population and standardised to the 2013 European Standard Population 3 Deaths of non-residents are included in figures for Great Britain.

Download this chart Figure 1: Age-standardised suicide rates by sex, for Great Britain, registered between 1981 and 2016Image.csv.xls


From 2015 to 2016, the age-standardised suicide rate has fallen for males and females in Great Britain, England and in Wales. In Scotland, we have observed a small increase in the suicide rate for both males and females from 2015 to 2016 (as seen in Figure 2 for males and Figure 3 for females).


In England, the suicide rate has fallen a statistically significant amount from 10.1 in 2015 to 9.5 per 100,000 people in 2016. English males have seen a steady improvement in suicide rates in recent years, peaking in 1988 at 20.8 per 100,000 and at its lowest point in 2007 at 13.9 per 100,000 males. English females saw a large improvement during the 1980s and the rate has since been falling at a measured pace; the 2016 rate is 4.5 per 100,000 females.


The rate in Wales has fallen from 13.0 in 2015 to 11.8 per 100,000 people in 2016. The suicide rate in Wales is generally more erratic than in England, due mainly to having a smaller population, making any long- and short-term trends difficult to identify. Welsh males saw their lowest rate in 2008 at 15.1 and their highest in 2013 at 24.3 suicides per 100,000 males. Similarly to females in England, a large improvement was seen during the 1980s but there has been little change since (Figure 3).


  • Figure 2: Age-standardised suicide rates by country, for males, registered from 1981 to 2016 Source: Office for National Statistics, National Records of ScotlandNotes:A common definition of suicides is used across Great Britain. See the "Things you need to know" section for more information.

  • Rates are expressed per 100,000 population and standardised to the 2013 European Standard Population.

  • Deaths of non-residents are excluded for England and Wales.

Download this chart Figure 2: Age-standardised suicide rates by country, for males, registered from 1981 to 2016Image.csv.xls


The age-standardised suicide rate for Scotland has increased from 14.0 people per 100,000 in 2015 to 15.0 per 100,000 in 2016. Scotland has a higher suicide rate than that of England and Wales. Due to distinct coroner systems between Scotland and England there are differences in how suicides are certified and registered, therefore comparing Scotland with the rest of Great Britain is not appropriate. Historically, in Scotland, we observe the age-standardised rates for males increase during the 1990s and the trend has been gradually falling since. Female rates have been slowly falling since 1981. 041b061a72


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