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Drs. Jodi Southerland, Shimin Zheng, and Deborah Slawson have published research on the relationship between physical activity and suicidal behaviors in the Journal of Physical Activity and Health. The article, “,” seeks to fill the gap in middle school age youth research where less is known about the psychosocial benefits are participating in physical activity. Dr. Mark Dula, Master in Public Health student in the department of biostatistics and epidemiology, and Dr. Yan Cao, Research and Evaluation Services Coordinator for the Center for Nursing Research at ETSU, are co-authors.
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Findings suggest that sports team engagement is associated with reduced risk for suicidal thoughts, plans, and attempts. The authors found no relationships, however, between suicidal thoughts and either physical activity or physical education class attendance. The authors concluded that asking adolescents about sports team engagement may help clinicians screen for risk of suicidal behaviors.