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Journal Volume: 6
Journal Issue: 9
Journal Year: 2016
Articles in SafetyLit: 14

Burn injury and long-term nervous system morbidity: a population-based cohort study

Decisional support for young people who self-harm: protocol for a feasibility trial

Educational inequalities in premature mortality in Poland, 2002-2011: a population-based cross-sectional study

Effective psychological and psychosocial approaches to reduce repetition of self-harm: a systematic review, meta-analysis and meta-regression

Impacts of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident on emergency medical service times in Soma District, Japan: a retrospective observational study

Implementing the RISE second victim support programme at the Johns Hopkins Hospital: a case study

Improving care for victims: a study protocol of the evaluation of a centre for sexual and family violence

Investigating the feasibility of an enhanced contact intervention in self-harm and suicidal behaviour: a protocol for a randomised controlled trial delivering a Social support and Wellbeing Intervention following Self Harm (SWISH)

Methodology of AA CRASH: a prospective observational study evaluating the incidence and pathogenesis of adverse post-traumatic sequelae in African-Americans experiencing motor vehicle collision

Motor vehicle crashes during pregnancy and cerebral palsy during infancy: a longitudinal cohort analysis

Patterns and injuries associated with orbital wall fractures in elderly patients who visited the emergency room: a retrospective case-control study

Psychological impact of injuries sustained in motor vehicle crashes: systematic review and meta-analysis

Relationship between mobility, violence and major depression among female sex workers: a cross-sectional study in southern India

Risk assessment and suicide by patients with schizophrenia in secondary mental healthcare: a case-control study