Patient factors associated with an increased risk for suicide include:
Current presentation positive for:[checkbox name="variable_15" value=" Hopelessness| Psychic pain| Severe or unremitting anxiety| Panic attacks| Shame or humiliation| Psychological turmoil| Decreased self-esteem| Extreme narcissistic vulnerability| Impulsiveness| Aggression| Violence against others| Agitation| Loss of executive function| Thought constriction (tunnel vision)| Polarized thinking| Closed-mindedness| Current depressive or mixed episode| Current suicidal ideation| Current plan for suicide| Current suicidal plan with high lethality| Current suicidal intent| Access to firearms or other lethal means| Substance intoxication (in the absence of a formal substance use disorder diagnosis)| Recent discharge from inpatient psychiatric setting| Recent suicide attempt| Recent serious suicide attempt| Recent suicide attempt that was violent, near lethal or premeditated| Poor judgement"].
Psychiatric history positive for: [checkbox name="variable_10" value=" Past psychiatric hospitalizations| Past suicidal ideation| Past suicidal plan| Past suicide attempt (including aborted or interrupted attempts)| history of suicidal plan or attempt with high lethality or high suicidal intent| Diagnosis of Major depressive disorder |Diagnosis of Bipolar disorder, (greater risk with depressive or mixed episodes)| Diagnosis of Schizophrenia| Diagnosis of Anorexia nervosa| Alcohol use disorder| Other substance use disorders| Cluster B personality disorders (particularly borderline personality disorder)| Comorbid psychiatric and/or personality disorders|"].
Family history positive for: [checkbox name="variable_12" value="history of suicide (particularly in first-degree relatives)|history of mental illness| history of substance use disorders|"].
Demographic risk factors positive for:[checkbox name="variable_13" value=" Male gender| Widowed/divorced/single marital status (particularly for men)| Elderly age group (age group with greatest proportionate risk for suicide)| Adolescent and young adult age groups (age groups with highest numbers of suicides)| White race| Gay, lesbian, or bisexual orientation|"].
Psychosocial risk factors positive for:[checkbox name="variable_14" value=" Functional impairment| Recent lack of social support (including living alone)| Unemployment| Drop in socioeconomic status| Poor relationship with family| Domestic partner violence| Recent stressful life event| Childhood traumas (sexual/physical abuse)| Unstable or poor therapeutic relationship"].