Living with self-harm
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Living with self-harm

Caroline Da Cunha Lewin @cdacunhalewin Research nurse, Biomedical Research Centre at King’s College London

Advice on offering compassionate, non-judgemental care to people who self-harm from nurse Caroline de Cunha Lewin, who has personal experience of this behaviour

Research confirms that a lack of knowledge and training, as well as burnout, contributes to negative attitudes about self-harm often expressed by nursing staff.

Primary Health Care. 32, 1, 15-17. doi: 10.7748/phc.32.1.15.s5

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