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Suicide trends in the South-East Thames Region

  • Dinesh Bhugra (a1) and John Watson (a2)
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Suicide rates in the Eastbourne Health District have risen dramatically over the last ten years. The present study looks at some of the factors which may influence these rates and compares these with other health districts in the South East Thames Region. Suggestions for further research are made.

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Suicide trends in the South-East Thames Region

  • Dinesh Bhugra (a1) and John Watson (a2)
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