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Suicide mortality in NSW: clients of mental health services.
This article examines suicide by clients of mental health services in NSW. Since April1992 the Mental Health Branch of the NSW Health Department has operated an incident monitoring system which requires all public mental ...
Mental health legislation: does it protect the rights of people with mental health problems?
(SU LIS, 2012)
The International Federation of Social Work places a concern with human rights and social justice at the core of its definition of social work. Social work values are based on “respect for the equality, dignity and worth ...
Suicide attempts in NSW: associated mortality and morbidity.
This article is the fifth in a series on suicide in New South Wales by the Mental Health Epidemiology Group. Its aim is to provide a quantitative account of suicide attempts and the associated mortality and morbidity in ...
Suicide mortality in NSW: an introduction to clinical audits.
This article is an introduction to the use of clinical audit to identify possible preventive approaches to suicide. We examine the ethical issues, techniques and feasibility of this method for collecting information on ...
Research in lower middle income countries – recommendations for a national mental health research agenda in South Africa.
In the current mental health environment in South Africa, the development of a relevant mental health research agenda poses several challenges. This paper provides a brief overview of the current state of published research ...