lundi 29 septembre 2014

PARUTION RECHERCHE FRANCE : La santé mentale en prison: la prévention du suicide

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Mental Health in Prison: Prevention from Suicide
Doïna D. Tesu-Rollier1,2,  Mareike Wolf-Fédida1,2*
Psychology, 2014, 5, 1583-1590
Published Online September 2014 in SciRes.

1 SPMR Prison Fleury-Mérogis, Paris, France
2 Psychology Department, Université Denis Diderot-Paris 7, Paris, France

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The risk of attempted suicide is approximately 70% at Fleury-Mérogis (France), the biggest prison in Europe. Prisoners’ health includes mental health; therefore, suicide prevention is the aim of all persons working at Fleury-Mérogis. The current study presents specific information about suicide in prison and preventative actions that can be taken. Statistics make clear the probability of suicide risk in prison and the circumstances of risk. We also examined the concept of mental health in the environment of prison. Some examples from the prevention program at Fleury-Mérogis are presented to give an idea about the importance of structuring everyday life and working as a team. We summarize the arguments of the first suicide prevention program at Fleury-Mérogis started by Dr. Tesu-Rollier (Tesu-Rollier & Coutanceau, 2007; Tesu-Rollier, 2013a, 2013b; Tyroge & Albernhe, 1995).

Mental Health, Prevention, Prison Fleury-Mérogis, Psychiatry, Suicide
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