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Abstract There is now considerable evidence that people reporting a history of child abuse have an increased prevalence of deliberate self-harm. a term that includes deliberate self-poisoning (overdose) and deliberate self-injury, but little information is available on the prevalence of abuse...
Abstract Very few studies have attempted to define the underlying link between a history of sexual abuse and subsequent deliberate self-harm (DSH). Correlations and logistic regression modelling were used to examine the relationship between the frequency of DSH. the severity of sexual, physical....
Abstract Because of a dearth of randomised controlled trials demonstrating the efficacy of suicide prevention programs, some commentators have been pessimistic about our ability to influence suicidal behavior. However, such research methodology is probably not achievable because of the low base...
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