According to research, 75% veterans committed suicide during their quescent jobs in their small clinics.
Members of the Veterinary Community of America are more likely to commit suicide. The Association of Veterinary Medicine (JAMMA) of the American population has published a tendency for more than three decades to spread.
The study was conducted by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on 1979 and 2015. The risk of suicide is more than 3.5 times higher than normal people. 2.1 times of male coworkers.
"In this paper, learning helps to see this complex problem better, we can work together to reduce the number of suicides among viruses," said the CDC. Director Robert R. Redfield said.
In a study conducted by Institute of Occupational Health and Safety (NIOSH), veterinary women found it more dangerous to commit suicide, suicide attempts and attempts.
The study of 11,620 people who died in 1979-2015 was the most studied.
The National Center for Health Statistics is published in the US Veterinary Medical Association (ADAA) and CDC
Among the public opinion, the most common method of suicide among veterinarians was guns, and then poisoned with drugs.
Although the details of the reasons behind these professions are not available, researchers point out that long-term employment, stress-free stress and educational debt are "bad" balance between the individual and the work.
"Many professions of professional professions such as professional associations, veterinary schools, experts in suicide prevention are helping to create a thorough and effective suicide strategy in this profession," said John, director of NiOsh. Howard
EFE Responded from the American Association of Veterinary Medicine (AVMA), but no answer has been received.
The organization said that efforts would be made to support Gild's support in research, education, rights protection and animal husbandry.
At present, 60 percent of veterans in America are women. Of the total 110,531 registered in 2017, 66,731 were women and 43,662 males.