Concern for growing Northern Ireland suicide rates

Health and social services boards in Northern Ireland should designate a co-ordinator to advise on suicide and liaise with community and voluntary services, says a draft mental health strategy published last week. The strategy also calls for information and training for a wide range of professionals, more use of risk ...

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