Guide to assessment of suicide risk is launched online

March 2013
Mental Health Practice;Mar2013, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p5
Academic Journal
The article discusses the launch of an online guide for assessment of suicide risk amongst depressed individuals by the university of oxford center for suicide research.


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