They are referring to chronic (long-lasting) influences on acute (immediate) risk of suicide (this is relevant because they're talking about immediate intervention steps to take; if you were interested in epidemiology instead you might instead consider chronic risk of suicide, say over years or decades).
If we were talking about heart health instead, you ...
The best practices regarding neurodevelopmental issues are inter and transdisciplinary, consider this example.
The pediatrician is usually the first practitioner to see the patient, he should suspect and make a screening test, a psychologist might then perform a diagnostic evaluation.
People with ASD have increased risk of epilepsy so an EEG might then be ...
I generated some arbitrary data that might be a little similar to theirs (though I've only included x-values up to 4) to show how this might happen:
R code to do this:
N <- 10
a <- data.frame(x=0,y=rnorm(N,mean=log(1),sd=.5))
b <- data.frame(x=1,y=rnorm(N,mean=log(1.07),sd=.5))
c <- data.frame(x=2,y=rnorm(N,mean=log(1.29),sd=...