Self-Injury Awareness Training
1. Sinclair, J.M., K. Hawton, and A. Gray, Six year follow-up of a clinical sample of self-harm patients. J Affect Disord, 2010. 121(3): p. 247-52.
2. Kapur, N., House, A., Creed, F., et al (1998) Management of deliberate self-poisoning in adults in four teaching hospitals: descriptive study. British Medical Journal, 316, 831 -832.
3. Fox, C. and Hawton, K. (2004) Deliberate Self-harm in Adolescence. London: Jessica Kingsley
4 Hawton, K., D. Zahl, and R. Weatherall, Suicide following deliberate self-harm: long-term follow-up of patients who presented to a general hospital. Br J Psychiatry, 2003. 182: p. 537-42.
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6. Hawton, K., et al., Repetition of self-harm and suicide following self-harm in children and adolescents: findings from the Multicentre Study of Self-harm in England. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 2012: p. no-no.
7. Hawton, K., K. Rodham, and E. Evans, By their own young hand : deliberate self-harm and suicidal ideas in adolescents. 2006, London ; Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley. 264 p.
8. Klonsky, E.D., The functions of deliberate self-injury: a review of the evidence. Clin Psychol Rev, 2007. 27(2): p. 226-39.
9. Young, R., et al., Young people who self-harm. Br J Psychiatry, 2007. 191: p. 44-9.
10. Psychiatrists, R.C.o., Self-harm, suicide, and risk: helping people who self-harm: Final report of a working group., in Report CR158. 2010, Royal College of Psychiatrists: London.
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12. Hawton, K., K.E. Saunders, and R.C. O'Connor, Self-harm and suicide in adolescents. Lancet, 2012. 379(9834): p. 2373-82.
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17. Skegg, K., S. Nada-Raja, and T.E. Moffitt, Minor self-harm and psychiatric disorder: a population-based study. Suicide Life Threat Behav, 2004.34(2): p. 187-96.
18. Nock, M.K., Why do People Hurt Themselves? New Insights Into the Nature and Functions of Self-Injury. Curr Dir Psychol Sci, 2009. 18(2): p. 78-83.
19. Nock, M.K., Self-injury. Annu Rev Clin Psychol, 2010. 6: p. 339-63.
The model shown for risk factors is not the only model available. Below are two other well known and often cited by Nock (16, 17) and Hawton et al (10).
A second is by Hawton, K., K.E. SAunders, and R.C. O'Conner, Self-harm and suicide in adolescents. Lancets, 2012. 379(9834): p. 2373-82.
20. Brown, M.Z., K.A. Comtois, and M.M. Linehan, Reasons for suicide attempts and nonsuicidal self-injury in women with borderline personality disorder. J Abnorm Psychol, 2002. 111(1): p. 198-202.
21. Harned, M.S., L.M. Najavits, and R.D. Weiss, Self-harm and suicidal behavior in women with comorbid PTSD and substance dependence. Am J Addict, 2006. 15(5): p. 392-5.
22. Fischhoff, B., E. Nightingale, and J.G. Iannotta, eds. Adolescent Risk and VulnerabilityConcepts and Measurement. 2001, Institute of Medicine, National Research Council.: Washington, DC.
23. Daniel, B., Concepts of Adversity, Risk, Vulnerability and Resilience: A Discussion in the Context of the ‘Child Protection System’. Social Policy and Society, 2010. 9(02): p. 231-241.
24. Yates, T.M., A.J. Tracy, and S.S. Luthar, Nonsuicidal self-injury among "privileged" youths: longitudinal and cross-sectional approaches to developmental process. J Consult Clin Psychol, 2008. 76(1): p. 52-62.
24. Mackay, N. and C. Barrowclough, Accident and emergency staff's perceptions of deliberate self-harm: attributions, emotions and willingness to help. Br J Clin Psychol, 2005. 44(Pt 2): p. 255-67.
25. Law, G.U., H. Rostill-Brookes, and D. Goodman, Public stigma in health and non-healthcare students: attributions, emotions and willingness to help with adolescent self-harm. Int J Nurs Stud, 2009. 46(1): p. 107-18.
Supports and resources - worth reading there are other sites but these are vey useful.
Nice Self Harm guideline http://www.nccmh.org.uk/downloads/SH/Self-harm%20post-publication%20corrections%20Jan2013.pdf