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Risk factors associated with repetition of self-harm in black and minority ethnic (BME) groups: A multi-centre cohort study.
Background: Little information is available to inform clinical assessments on risk of self-harm repetition in ethnic minority groups. Methods: In a prospective cohort study, using data collected from six hospitals in England ...
Suicide and self-injury: a recovery based approach.
This article describes a new training programme for clinical staff working with those who present with self-injurious and suicidal behaviour using a recovery focused approach to promote safety and manage risk. The two-day ...
Self-harm is common in adolescents in England
Question: What are the epidemiology and characteristics of self-harm in adolescents in England? Population: In total, 5205 children and adolescents aged up to 18 presenting with self-harm to general hospital emergency ...
Does clinical management improve outcomes following self-harm? Results from the multicentre study of self-harm in England.
Background: Evidence to guide clinical management of self-harm is sparse, trials have recruited selected samples, and psychological treatments that are suggested in guidelines may not be available in routine practice. Aims: ...