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Hospitalisation as a consequence of deliberate self-harm in Western Australia, 1981-1998

Hospitalisation as a consequence of deliberate self-harm in Western Australia, 1981-1998

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Published by Health Dept. of Western Australia in [Perth, W. A.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • Western Australia.,
  • Western Australia
    • Subjects:
    • Suicidal behavior -- Australia -- Western Australia.,
    • Hospital patients -- Australia -- Western Australia -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementHealth Information Centre, Health Department of Western Australia.
      GenreStatistics.
      SeriesEpidemiology occasional paper,, 11
      ContributionsWestern Australia. Health Information Centre.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRC569 .H675 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 100 p. :
      Number of Pages100
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3994272M
      LC Control Number2001334067
      OCLC/WorldCa45152081

      Terry Lewin is a Research Psychologist with extensive experience in research design, data management and analysis. He has been actively engaged in psychosocial and clinical research since , including 15 years with the Discipline of Psychiatry at the University of Newcastle (), and 19 years with Hunter New England Mental Health (HNEMH, ), . Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Indigenous Australians Total population , () % of Australia's population Population distribution by state/territory New South Wales , (%) Queensland , (%) Western Australia , (%) Northern Territ (%) Victo (%) South Austra (%) Tasma . Published by the Parliament of Western Australia, Perth. August ISBN: (Series: Western Australia. Parliament. Legislative Assembly. Committees. Joint Select Committee on End of Life Choices Report 1) File Size: 4MB.


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Hospitalisation as a consequence of deliberate self-harm in Western Australia, 1981-1998 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hospitalisation as a consequence of deliberate self-harm in Western Australia, – One month after the initial discharge, the probability of a repeat deliberate self-harm episode was higher for males (%) than females (%), and the male probability remained higher with increasing time after discharge.

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Hospitalisation as a Consequence of Deliberate Self-harm in Western Australia, – Report (PDF KB) Human Reproductive Technology Act [back to top]. Serafino, S, Somerford, P, Codde, J. Hospitalisation as a consequence of deliberate self-harm in Western Australia, – Health Department of Western Australia, Perth Google ScholarCited by: The Esperance Primary Prevention of Suicide Project.

Hospitalisation as a consequence of deliberate self-harm in Western Australia, − Hawton K, Zahl D, Weatherall R () Suicide following deliberate self-harm: long-term follow-up of patients who presented to a general hospital.

Br J. WHY DO ADOLESCENTS SELF-HARM. In the current literature, several models have been proposed to outline why individuals engage in deliberate self-harm.(2,5,6) These models are not mutually exclusive, and each describes deliberate self-harm as an attempt to cope with intense emotional states (Table II).Most patients have reported feeling extremely tense, anxious, angry Cited by: 3.

In in NSW, the self-harm hospitalisation rate for females aged years ( perpopulation) reached its highest point compared with the previous 15 years and was just under 3 times higher than that for all females. Inthe rate for females aged years decreased to perpopulation with 1, Youth Suicide in Western Australia Involving Cannabis and Other Drugs.

Hospitalisation as a consequence of deliberate self-harm in Western Australia, Health Department of. Number Hospitalisation Incidence for Acute Cerebrovascular Disease in Western Australia, to (PDF KB) Number A Comparative Overview of Aboriginal Health in Western Australia (PDF MB) Number Hospitalisation as a Consequence of Deliberate Self-harm in Western Australia, (PDF KB).

Serafino S, Somerford P, Codde J () Hospitalisation as a consequence of deliberate self-harm in Western Australia, – Health Hospitalisation as a consequence of deliberate self-harm in Western Australia of Western Australia Cited by: 3. Some Australian states record attempts if persons are admitted to hospital.

However, it is believed this represents only a small proportion of attempts (Brent & KolkoDavis & Kosky, ). Hospitalisation as a consequence of deliberate self-harm in Western Australia Perth: Health Department of Western Australia.

Shaffer, D. Staff Perceptions of Care for Deliberate Self-Harm Patients in Rural Western Australia: A Qualitative Study Article in Australian Journal of Rural Health 10(5).

Hospitalisation as a consequence of deliberate self-harm in Western Australia, – Health Department of Western Australia., by:   Ms Corbould, who has worked as a social worker in SCGH’s ED, helped with the first hospital audits on deliberate self-harm and suicide attempts presenting at the ED.

The audits enabled the hospital to develop a service specifically targeting young people presenting with deliberate self-harm. Intentional self-harm includes purposely self-inflicted poisoning or injury or attempted suicide with intent based on notes recorded by the treating clinician.

This indicator measures people admitted to hospital after self-harm. It is not a direct measure of the number of people in the NSW population who make suicide attempts. Sponsoring Organization: Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists Background and Objective.

These guidelines use evidence plus expert clinical consensus to advise psychiatrists, other health professionals, and service organizations that care for patients who engage in deliberate self-harm (DSH), including nonsuicidal self-injury, Author: Joel Yager.

Self-harm is usually not the same as a suicide attempt. However, self-harm may sometimes lead to a serious medical emergency. Also, people who self-harm are more likely to have had suicidal thoughts or to have previously attempted suicide, and over time may be at increased risk for of dying by suicide.

If life is in danger get help. Call or. Antecedents of hospital admission for deliberate self-harm from a year follow-up study using data-linkage Article (PDF Available) in BMC Psychiatry 10(1) October with 84 Reads.

Life Matters: Management of Deliberate Self-Harm in Young People Background Western Australia has one of the highest rates of youth suicide in Australia and, given the increasing pressures on young people and the global trend in youth suicide, it is possible that this number could rise despite recent suicide prevention initiatives.

Others attend hospital again after repeating self-harm. This increases the chance of the behaviour becoming a habit as a response to distress. Research shows that 1% of those who self-harm die by suicide within the first year of first going to hospital with the problem.

Some people die by accident after self-harm because of theFile Size: KB. Risk factors for repetition of a deliberate self-harm episode within seven days in adolescents and young adults: A population-level record linkage study in Western Australia Article Jan   Unadjusted and adjusted hazard ratios for hospitalisation with deliberate self-harm over a year follow-up period, for children aged 4–16 years inby maternal age of child's carer.

1 2 3. Hawton K, Zahl D, Weatherall R. Suicide following deliberate self-harm: long-term follow-up of patients who presented to a general hospital. British Journal of Psychiatry. ; –   Self-harm means any behaviour which involves the deliberate causing of pain or injury to oneself — usually as an extreme way of trying to cope with distressing or painful feelings.

Self-harm includes cutting, burning or hitting oneself, binge-eating or starvation, or repeatedly putting oneself in dangerous situations. Health Department of Western Australia, () ‘Hospitalisation as a Consequence of Deliberate Self-harm in Western Australia, –’, Epidemiology Occasional Pa MarchHealth Information Centre.

Ridolfo B, Serafino S, Somerford P, Codde JP. Health measures for the population of Western Australia: Trends and comparisons. HDWA, March Serafino S, Somerford P, Codde JP. Hospitalisation as a consequence of deliberate self-harm in Western Australia, HDWA, April Somerford P, Ridolfo B, Serafino S, Gattorna L, Codde JP.

A prior episode of deliberate self-harm is one of the strongest predictors of future completed suicide. In this longitudinal study, one childhood risk factor proved surprising. ### Question What are the risk factors in young people for episodes of deliberate self-harm (DSH) requiring hospital admission.

### People young people aged 4–16 years, identified from the Western Australian Child Health Survey (WACHS). This cross-sectional household survey involved face to face interview of children and their primary carers, and paper-based. Life Matters: Management of Deliberate Self Harm in Young People Report 11 – November Background Youth suicide has been on the increase worldwide since the early s.

In most countries suicide is one of the three major causes of death in the year age group. In Australia the number of deaths by suicide is approaching the number of. Aust N Z J Psychiatry.

Nov-Dec;38() Australian and New Zealand clinical practice guidelines for the management of adult deliberate self-harm. Service, ).

Self-harm and deliberate self-harm behaviours can include (Royal College of Psychiatrists, ): Poisoning Cutting Excessive alcohol consumption Illegal drug use Hitting or burning oneself. All of these activities have the potential to proceed on a continuum from self-harm to deliberate self-harm, including suicidalFile Size: KB.

Background: The Northern Ireland Registry of Deliberate Self-Harm was established as an outcome of the Northern Ireland Suicide Prevention Strategy and Action Plan – Protect Life, beginning in the Western Health and Social Care Trust : The study aimed to establish the incidence of hospital-treated deliberate self-harm in the Western Area of Northern Cited by: Deliberate self-harm in rural Western Australia: Results of an intervention study Academic Article Delivering the choice agenda as a framework to manage adverse effects: a mental health nurse perspective on prescribing psychiatric medication Academic Article.

Health Department of Western Australia () ‘Hospitalisation as a Consequence of Deliberate Self-harm in Western Australia, –’, Epidemiology Occasional Pa MarchHealth Information Centre.

Henderson, S. () ‘Mental Illness and the Criminal Justice System’, Mental Health Co-ordinating Council, May Staff perceptions of care for deliberate self-harm patients in rural Western Australia: a qualitative study.

Slaven J(1), Kisely S. Author information: (1)Mental Health Service, South East Coastal Health Service, Esperance, Western Australia, by: Introduction. Deliberate self-poisoning (DSP) is one of the largest public health problems of our can be defined as a deliberate, non-fatal drug overdose, done in the knowledge that it is potentially harmful and that the amount taken is studies show that DSP accounts for over 90% of all cases of deliberate self-harm.

Serious consequences are associated Cited by: Serafino S, Somerford P, Codde J: Hospitalisation as a consequence of deliberate self-harm in Western Australia, – Health Department of Western Australia. Perth. Cited by: 1. Background Suicide is a significant public health issue with almost one million people dying by suicide each year worldwide.

Deliberate self harm (DSH) is the single most important risk factor for suicide yet few countries have reliable data on DSH. We developed a national DSH registry in the Republic of Ireland to establish the incidence of hospital-treated DSH at national level and .The opening of the Perth Children's Hospital.

Acknowledging that we've had our fair share of setbacks to prevention in Western Australia over the last 10 years, and hopefully without sounding too parochial, I'd like to highlight a couple of recent wins, examples where appropriate language played a part in creating a successful : Tarun Weeramanthri.Main findings: Patients that present with deliberate self-poisoning (DSP) can add to the burden on Emergency Departments (ED).Although accounting for a relatively small percentage (%) of ED attendees in Australia(1), DSP patients are at increased risk of discharging themselves from the hospital before treatment or against medical advice and can be perceived to .