Repetition risk for adolescent self-poisoning: a multiple event survival analysis.

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OBJECTIVES To examine risk factors associated with re-presentation (event rates) following an initial episode of hospital treated self-poisoning. METHOD A longitudinal cohort study using the Hunter Area Toxicology Service (HATS) database of all presentations to hospital of self-poisoned patients aged 10-19 in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie Regions of New… (More)

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@article{Reith2003RepetitionRF, title={Repetition risk for adolescent self-poisoning: a multiple event survival analysis.}, author={David M. Reith and Ian Whyte and G. Carter}, journal={The Australian and New Zealand journal of psychiatry}, year={2003}, volume={37 2}, pages={212-8} }