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BMC Psychiatry 2014, 14:213 http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-244X/14/Page 5 ofSociodemographic and clinical characteristics of the sampleAs shown in Table 1, 54 patients (17.5 ) had a diagnosis within the schizophrenia spectrum (F2-ICD10). `Mood disorders', including `affective psychosis' (23 patients, 7.5 ) and `non-psychotic mood disorders and neuroses' (59, 19.2 ), was the most common diagnosis. Also, 45 Dge, Which means, and EmotionsFIGURE 1 | Notional illustration of KI alterations. Satisfaction of suicide completers (14.6 ) were Ial requirements did not reveal variations across the above diagnostic categories. diagnosed with `organic disorders or drugs dependence' and 33 marginal cases (10.7 ) had `other' (known) diagnosis such as ObsessiveCompulsive Disorder (OCD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Of note, 94 patients (30.5 ) had no recorded diagnosis, which in most cases (69, 73.4 ) was related to having had just one face-to-face contact with the staff (e.g. a single presentation to A E). Sociodemographic and clinical characteristics are compared across multiple diagnoses in Table 3, and specifically between those with and without SSD in Table 4. No diagnostic differences were observed in gender; however, age at the time of suicide was younger in those with SSD than the remainder. There were significant group differences in ethnicity across suicide completers' diagnoses with Black ethnicity more frequent in patients presenting with SSD. Although there were no significant differences in IMD scores across diagnoses (Table 3), these were higher in SSD compared to the remainder. Hearing, visualor mobility impairment did not vary significantly across all diagnoses but mobility impairment was more common in SSD than the remainder. SSD cases had received longer duration of care from the Trust teams title= fpsyg.2016.00135 and had been seen by a member of the staff substantially more recently before title= fpsyg.2015.00360 the suicide event.Suicide methodAs shown in Tables 5 and 6, `hanging' was the most common suicide method in the sample overall (131, 42.5 ). SSD suicide cases had more frequently utilized `jumping', while `hanging' was significantly more frequent among the remainder. There were no suicides by firearms.Health of the Nation Outcome Scale (HoNOS)116 suicide completers (37.6 ) had at least one HoNOS completed. Completion rates differed across diagnoses: 83.3 of those with SSD; 35.0 of the remainder (OR = 12.9, 95 CI 6.0-27.7, p