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Suicide Investigation Reporting Tool (SIRT): A Comprehensive and Standardized Coding Form to Aid Investigators in Reporting on Deaths by Suicide
National Association of Medical Examiners' Annual Meeting Program
  • Cheryl L. Meyer, Wright State University - Main Campus
  • Taronish H. Irani, Wright State University - Main Campus
  • D. Hamilton
  • K. Delgado
  • J. Heschel
  • T. Moor
  • T. Phillips
  • S. Gemmer
Document Type
Abstract
Publication Date
10-6-2015
Abstract
More than 39,000 people die by suicide in the United States each year. Information about these deaths is obtained by investigators and recorded in their reports which provide the most accurate representation of what occurred at the scene.
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Presented at the National Association of Medical Examiners' Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, October 2-6, 2015.

Citation Information
Cheryl L. Meyer, Taronish H. Irani, D. Hamilton, K. Delgado, et al.. "Suicide Investigation Reporting Tool (SIRT): A Comprehensive and Standardized Coding Form to Aid Investigators in Reporting on Deaths by Suicide" National Association of Medical Examiners' Annual Meeting Program (2015) p. 52
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/cheryl_meyer/59/