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Public Health England. (2019) Hospital admissions as a result of intentional self-poisoning by young people: summary and data. London: Public Health England.

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PHE has produced an ad-hoc publication release showing trends in numbers of hospital admissions as a result of intentional self-poisoning by young people, by sex and single year of age for residents of England.

Its aim is to allow national organisations and local authorities to monitor trends in poisonings at a high level. It is published as an addition to PHE’s official statistics on child and maternal health.

Further information on child and maternal health is provided by the Child and Maternal Health Profiles

Item Type:Evidence resource
Publication Type:Report
Drug Type:Alcohol or other drugs in general, Opioid
Intervention Type:AOD disorder harm reduction
Source:Public Health England
Date:July 2019
Publisher:Public Health England
Corporate Creators:Public Health England
Place of Publication:London
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Subjects:F Concepts in psychology > Specific attitude and behaviour > self-destructive behaviour
F Concepts in psychology > Specific attitude and behaviour > self-destructive behaviour > suicidal behaviour / suicide
G Health and disease > Substance use disorder > Drug use > Drug intoxication > Poisoning (overdose)
J Health care, prevention and rehabilitation > Health care programme or facility > Hospital
T Demographic characteristics > Adolescent / youth (teenager / young person)
VA Geographic area > Europe > United Kingdom > England

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