Ethnicity as a Moderator Between Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Suicidality in a Clinical Sample

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Poster discussing the role of ethnicity in the relationship between posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and suicidality. Research indicates an increased risk of suicide and suicidal behavior among individuals with PTSD. Latinx groups, in particular, have lower rates of suicide injury death in comparison to non-Latinx groups. These findings do not explain increased suicidality in non-Latinx clients, but is congruent with the Latinx health paradox, the contradictory finding of better health outcomes for Latinx despite known additional disadvantages.

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Lopez, Acacia R.; Herrera, Christa N.; Callahan, Jennifer L. & Ruggero, Camilo J. 2020-01-17/2020-01-18.

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UNT's Center for Psychosocial Health Disparities Research works to help redress racial, ethnic and geographic health disparities in Texas and promote psychosocial health. A primary focus is on the link between mental and physical health.

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  • Main Title: Ethnicity as a Moderator Between Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Suicidality in a Clinical Sample
  • Alternate Title: Ethnicity as a Moderator Between PTSD and Suicidality in a Clinical Sample

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Poster discussing the role of ethnicity in the relationship between posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and suicidality. Research indicates an increased risk of suicide and suicidal behavior among individuals with PTSD. Latinx groups, in particular, have lower rates of suicide injury death in comparison to non-Latinx groups. These findings do not explain increased suicidality in non-Latinx clients, but is congruent with the
Latinx health paradox, the contradictory finding of better health outcomes for Latinx despite known additional disadvantages.

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1 poster: ill.; 48 x 36 in.

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  • Diversifying Clinical Psychology Networking Event by the Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology, January 17-18, 2020. Austin, TX, United States

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Lopez, Acacia R.; Herrera, Christa N.; Callahan, Jennifer L. & Ruggero, Camilo J. Ethnicity as a Moderator Between Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Suicidality in a Clinical Sample, poster, 2020-01-17/2020-01-18; (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1747952/: accessed February 27, 2024), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting Center for Psychosocial Health Disparities Research.

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