Hospital based case-control study of self-poisoning in Sri Lanka

Project Details


Self-poisoning in Sri Lanka is the main form of hospital presenting self-harm. There is limited understanding of the life-course risk factors that contribute to self-poisoning risk in Sri Lanka. This study aims to provide insights into possible targets for suicide and self-harm prevention in this lower-middle income country in South Asia
Effective start/end date8/03/1828/02/19

Structured keywords

  • Bristol Population Health Science Institute
  • SASH


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