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Switching methods of self-harm at repeat episodes: Findings from a multicentre cohort study
BACKGROUND: Self-poisoning and self-injury have widely differing incidences in hospitals and in the community, which has led to confusion about the concept of self-harm. Categorising self-harm simply by a method may be ...
Suicide following self-harm: Findings from the Multicentre Study of self-harm in England, 2000-2012
Background Self-harm is a key risk factor for suicide and it is important to have contemporary information on the extent of risk. Methods Mortality follow-up to 2012 of 40,346 self-harm patients identified in the three ...
Hospital management of suicidal behaviour and subsequent mortality: A prospective cohort study.
Background: Self-poisoning and self-injury are associated with a high risk of suicide or death from any cause but the effect of routine aspects of hospital management on mortality risk is unknown. Methods: We did a prospective ...
Alcohol use and misuse, self-harm and subsequent mortality: An epidemiological and longitudinal study from the multicentre study of self-harm in England.
Objectives: Alcohol use and misuse are strongly associated with self-harm and increased risk of future self-harm and suicide. The UK general population prevalence of alcohol use, misuse and alcoholattributable harm has ...
Variation by ethnic group in premature mortality risk following self-harm: A multicentre cohort study in England.
Background: Incidence and risk factors for self-harm vary according to ethnicity. People who self-harm have been shown to have increased risk of premature death, but little is known about mortality following self-harm in ...