5 questions with Dr. Eric Elbogen about the links between social determinants and suicide attempts

Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Eric Elbogen, PhD is a Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke University School of Medicine whose research looks at the connections between social determinants and mental health problems and suicide risk. In this 5 questions interview, he discusses his latest study examining the links between financial well-being and suicide attempts [14 min]. After you watch, scroll down for links to some of Dr. Elbogen’s research.

Links to Dr. Elbogen’s Research

Elbogen E, et. al. Psychosocial protective factors of and suicidal ideation: Results from a longitudinal study of Veterans (2020). Journal of Affective Disorders.

Elbogen E, et. al. Financial strain and suicide attempts in a nationally representative sample of US adults (2020). American Journal of Epidemiology.

Elbogen E, et. al. A randomized clinical trial of money management intervention for Veterans with psychiatric disabilities (2016). Psychiatry Online.

Elbogen E. Why financial literacy matters after returning home from war: Reducing Veteran homelessness by improving money management (2014/2015). Community Investments.

Elbogen E, et. al. Financial well-being and postdeployment adjustment among Iraq and Afghanistan war Veterans (2012). Military Medicine.