Recommended next care following hospital-treated self-harm: Patterns and trends over time.
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CitationRecommended next care following hospital-treated self-harm: Patterns and trends over time. 2018, 13 (3):e0193587 PLoS ONE
AbstractThe extensive hospital variation in recommended next care indicates that management of self-harm patients may be determined more by where they present than by the needs of the patient. The study outcomes underline the need to standardise the clinical management of self-harm patients in general hospital settings.
DescriptionData on consecutive presentations to Irish emergency departments (EDs) involving self-harm from the National Self-Harm Registry Ireland from 2004 to 2012 were utilised. Univariate and multivariate regression analyses were performed to assess the associations between patients' clinical and demographic characteristics, and recommended next care received.
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