Suicide death and hospital-treated suicidal behaviour in asylum seekers in the Netherlands: a national registry-based study

January 2011
BMC Public Health;2011, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p484
Academic Journal
The article presents information on a study conducted to assess the burden of suicide and hospital-treated non-fatal suicidal behaviour in asylum seekers in the Netherlands. In the study, data was collected on suicide deaths and hospital-treated suicidal behaviour cases that took place among asylum seekers in the Netherlands during 2002-2007. The study included 35 suicide deaths and 290 cases of suicidal behaviour treated in hospital.


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