The executive summary is extremely well prepared and packed with concise, relevant findings that will immediately appeal to the busy clinician when pressed to speak to professional and lay audiences about suicide. "Magnitude of the Problem" provides very quotable and important facts on geographic trends, populations at risk, race and ethnicity, incarcerated populations, occupations at risk, sexual orientation, limitations of data, and cost to society. "Psychiatric and Psychological Factors" covers psychiatric and substance use disorders and suicide risk as well as psychological dimensions of suicide risk. "Biological Factors" looks at the physiological stress system, neurochemistry, and genetic factors. "Childhood Trauma" examines childhood trauma as a risk factor, childhood sexual abuse and the risk for suicide, modifying factors, biopsychosocial effects of childhood trauma, childhood trauma as a risk factor for psychopathology, pathways to suicidality, and prevention and intervention. "Society and Culture" discusses a social safety net, society and culture in suicide, and the challenges.