Suicide and Self-harm in the South West - Report

Suicide and Self-harm in the South West - Report

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Resource Information
 
Description: Report examining data on suicides and hospital admissions for self-harm in the South West. It provides recommendations for health, social care and other agencies for prevention and the reduction of harm.
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Type: Report : Research
 
Related Resources
 
Relates To
News : Suicide and Self-harm in the South West - new local authority level reports
Member of:
Collection : Suicide and Self-harm in the South West
 
Creator
 
South West Public Health Observatory
 
Contributors
Helen Cooke (Senior Analyst)
South West Public Health Observatory
Kate Schneider (Programme Lead, Mental Health and Wellbeing)
NHS South West
Julia Verne (Director)
South West Public Health Observatory
 
Publisher
 
South West Public Health Observatory
 
Coverage
 
Spatial Coverage: South West Region
 
Dates
 
Date Created: Tuesday, 20th September 2011 00:00:00
Date Acquired: Tuesday, 20th September 2011 00:00:00
Date Available: Tuesday, 20th September 2011 01:01:00
Date Issued: Tuesday, 20th September 2011 01:01:00
Disposal Review: Thursday, 20th September 2012 00:00:00
 
Subject
 
Keywords (National Public Health Language):
HEALTH SERVICES
HOSPITAL ADMISSION
HOSPITALS
SELF HARM
SUICIDE
Category (Government Category List)
HEALTH
 
Other
 
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