Attempted suicide: a practical guide to its nature and management
Focuses on how to help patients who have taken overdoses or injured themselves. Also gives main findings concerning the patterns of attempted suicide and the problems faced by people who make attempts.
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The circumstances surrounding attempted suicide
THE MANAGEMENT OF ATTEMPTED SUICIDE
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