More effort required to address needs of self-harming young people
Vari Drennan Professor of healthcare and policy research, St George’s University of London and Kingston University, London
Cases of self-harm in children and adolescents are a matter for concern, although the frequency and course of self-harm have not been established.
Primary Health Care.
27, 10, 12-12.
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