Online First Nr93

Psychiatr. Pol. ONLINE FIRST Nr 93: 1–12

Published ahead of print 9 March 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.12740/PP/OnlineFirst/81754

Aleksandra Kielan, Ilona Cieślak, Joanna Skonieczna,
Dominik Olejniczak, Karolina Jabłkowska-Górecka,
Mariusz Panczyk, Joanna Gotlib, Bożena Walewska-Zielecka

FREE POLISH FULLTEXT:
Analiza opinii młodzieży na temat profilaktyki samobójstw

FREE ENGLISH FULLTEXT:
Analysis of adolescents’ opinions on suicide prevention

Summary
Aim. The aim of the study is to investigate the views of adolescents aged 16–19, attending public high schools in Warsaw, on effectiveness of suicide prevention.
Material and method. The studied population covered adolescents aged 16–19 back in 2015 (M = 17.29; SD = 0.94). The respondents attended eight public high schools in Warsaw in eight different districts. The study group was representative. 1,439 respondents participated in the study – 821 girls (57.1%) and 592 boys (41.1%). PAPI method was used in the conducted study. The questionnaire consisted of 34 questions.
Results. In most cases respondents did not know whether there was an organized system of suicide prevention in Poland (42.0%), however, a large proportion of the respondents (39.7%) was aware of nonexistence of such a system in Poland. The respondents considered the activity of a school (46.7%), the Church (38.3%) and the police (55.9%) in the field of suicide
prevention ineffective, the activity of health care institutions (47.7%) and the media (46.6%) hardly effective, while the family was considered effective (70.9%). Persons who perceive significant role of the Church in suicide prevention at the same time indicate considerable share of the family and a much lesser role of the remaining institutions.
Conclusions. 1) More than ⅓ of studied adolescents realize that there is no integrated system of suicide prevention; 2) The family, according to high school students, plays the greatest role in preventing self-destructive behaviors; 3) There is a need of greater involvement of schools, the Church, the police, health care institutions and the media in education and raising adolescents’ awareness in the field of self-destructive behaviors.


ISSN 0033-2674 (PRINT)

ISSN 2391-5854 (ONLINE)


Psychiatria Polska
is an Open Access journal:
Creative Commons: CC-BY
SHERPA RoMEO:
Blue


Czasopismo dofinansowane
ze środków DUN MNiSW


RODO - informacje (Pol.)
RODO - personal data (Eng.)



Inne strony PTP:
Other PTP websites:

www.psychiatria.org.pl
www.psychiatriapsychoterapia.pl

www.archivespp.pl
www.psychoterapiaptp.pl

Psychiatria Polska
INDEXED IN:
Thomson Reuters Master List
Science Citation Index Expanded
Journal Citation Reports
(Impact Factor 1,196)

Medline/Index Medicus
MNiSW (15 pkt)
Scopus/SCImago
EMBASE/Excerpta Medica
PsycINFO, EBSCO, DOAJ
Index Copernicus
Erih Plus, Cochrane Library
CrossRef/DOI

We recommend:

Pharmacological Reports



+48  518-330-994
kontakt z Biurem KRW PTP