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Impact of the recent recession on self-harm: Longitudinal ecological and patient-level investigation from the Multicentre Study of Self-harm in England
Background Economic recessions are associated with increases in suicide rates but there is little information for non-fatal self-harm. Aims To investigate the impact of the recent recession on rates of self-harm in England ...
Epidemiology and trends in non-fatal self-harm in three centres in England, 2000-2012: Findings from the Multicentre Study of Self-harm in England
Objectives: Self-harm is a major health problem in many countries, with potential adverse outcomes including suicide and other causes of premature death. It is important to monitor national trends in this behaviour. We ...
Self-harm and life problems: findings from the Multicentre Study of Self-harm in England.
Self-harm is a major clinical problem and is strongly linked to suicide. It is important to understand the problems faced by those who self-harm to design effective clinical services and suicide prevention strategies. We ...
Rates of self-harm presenting to general hospitals: A comparison of data from the Multicentre Study of Self-Harm in England and Hospital Episode Statistics.
Objective: Rates of hospital presentation for self harm in England were compared using different national and local data sources. Design: The study was descriptive and compared bespoke data collection methods for recording ...