Cost-effectiveness analyses of self-harm strategies aimed at reducing the mortality of pesticide self-poisonings in Sri Lanka: a study protocol

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INTRODUCTION An estimated 803,900 people worldwide died as a result of self-harm in 2012. The deliberate ingestion of pesticides has been identified as the method most frequently used to commit fatal self-harm globally. In Sri Lanka, it is estimated that up to 60% of all suicides are committed using this method. The aim of the present study is to assess the… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2014-007333

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@inproceedings{Madsen2015CosteffectivenessAO, title={Cost-effectiveness analyses of self-harm strategies aimed at reducing the mortality of pesticide self-poisonings in Sri Lanka: a study protocol}, author={Lizell Bustamante Madsen and Michael Eddleston and Kristian Schultz Hansen and Melissa Pearson and S B Agampodi and Shaluka Francis Jayamanne and Flemming Konradsen}, booktitle={BMJ open}, year={2015} }