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Self-Harm: Longer-Term Management

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Self-Harm: Longer-Term Management

Publisher: British Psychological Society
ISBN/ASIN: 1908020415
ISBN-13: 9781908020413
Number of pages: 416

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This is the first NICE guideline on the longer-term management of both single and recurrent episodes of self-harm. The focus of this guideline, which covers people aged 8 years and older, is to improve the longer-term care of people who self-harm after initial treatment of the injury or poisoning.

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