Suicide on TV: minimising the risk to vulnerable viewers

  title={Suicide on TV: minimising the risk to vulnerable viewers},
  author={F. Arendt and S. Scherr and B. Till and Yvonne Prinzellner and Kevin Hines and T. Niederkrotenthaler},
  journal={British Medical Journal},
  • F. Arendt, S. Scherr, +3 authors T. Niederkrotenthaler
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • British Medical Journal
  • International media guidance should be strengthened, implemented, and enforced 
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