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Undetermined Deaths in Leeds 2011-2013

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180 160 140 138 156 120 100 80 60 40 38 55 20 0 2008-10 2011-13 Public Own home/someone else’s home Figure 13: Private vs Public locations for suicide. ‘Private’ includes own home and someone else’s home; ‘public locations’ includes every other location category Employment Figure 14 shows the employment status of the 2011-13 audit population. The most frequent employment status was ‘unemployed’ with 39.4% of the population. 34% were employed. This has not changed significantly since the previous audit. Data from the ONS shows that across the city as a whole, 8.5% of people were unemployed in 2012. This means that those individuals who took their own life were more likely to be unemployed than the general population of Leeds. 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 74 1 26 9 3 13 84 3 Figure 14: Employment status – Number of cases 42

Contact with General Practice, Accident and Emergency, and Mental Health Services Table 18 shows the last known contact with primary care prior to death. It is notable that 44.6% of audit population saw their GP within a month prior to their death, and just over 90% had contact within the previous year. These figures are broadly similar to those found in the 2008-10 audit. Only 27.2% of people in the current audit had visited primary care because of a mental health concern alone. The large proportion of those who had been in recent contact with primary care presents a significant opportunity to detect and support those who may be feeling suicidal. Last contact with GP Number Percentage Cumulative Percentage Within previous week 26 12.2% 12.2% 1 week to 1 month 69 32.4% 44.6% 1-3 months 34 16.0% 60.6% 3 months to one year 34 16.0% 76.6% More than a year ago 29 13.6% 90.2% None/ not known 21 9.9% - Table 18: Last Contact with Primary Care – Numbers and Percentages Table 19 shows the last contact the individuals in the audit had with Accident and Emergency/ secondary care. 22% of the cases had contact with these departments within one year of their death. 43

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