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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
A descriptive study of feelings of arrested escape (entrapment) and arrested anger in people presenting to an emergency department following an episode of self-harm
To explore the role of elevated feelings of anger and desires to escape (fight/flight), which are experienced as inhibited, blocked, and arrested (i.e., arrested anger and arrested flight/escape leading to feelings of ...