Seeking Solutions to Self-injury: A Guide for Family Doctors

Seeking Solutions to Self-injury: A Guide for Family Doctors

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The fifth in a series of guides about management of non-suicidal self-injury (self-harm), this 36 page guide is written specifically to advise family doctors in the community how to manage self-injury in their practice.

The book provides practical advice, acknowledging the time and other constraints of general medical practice in the community.

Martin, G., Swannell, S., Hasking, P. & McAllister, M. (2014). Seeking Solutions to Self-injury: A Guide for Family Doctors. Centre for Suicide Prevention Studies, The University of Queensland, Brisbane. ISBN 978-0-9875603-6-0

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