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Effects of Medical Products on Suicidal Ideation and Behavior: Real World Evidence

This study will provide a comprehensive program of infrastructure development, methods development, and innovative research to generate real-world evidence addressing critical gaps in the regulation of medical products. We will explore four related issues: Potential for existing medical products to precipitate suicidal ideation and behavior; potential for existing medical products to reduce risk of suicidal behavior; potential for anticipated new medical products to reduce risk of suicidal behavior; and individual variation in liability to both adverse and therapeutic effects.
Investigator: Sterling, Stacy
Funder: U.S. Food and Drug Administration