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Response: A trauma-informed model of care for self-immolation survivors and their families

journal contribution
posted on 31.08.2021, 04:26 by Michelle L Cleary, Sancia West, Rachel Kornhaber, Loyola McLean
A systematic review of qualitative evidence’ highlights some important issues. The prevalence of this violent and devastating form of self-harm warrants review and discussion and requires further integration into global health care responses. Those from lower- and middleincome countries can be met with a health system that is under-resourced for responding to the physical and psychological needs of such survivors and care that is fragmented.

History

Volume

46

Issue

7

Start Page

1708

End Page

1708

Number of Pages

1

eISSN

1879-1409

ISSN

0305-4179

Location

Netherlands

Publisher

Elsevier

Language

eng

Peer Reviewed

No

Open Access

No

Acceptance Date

27/03/2020

External Author Affiliations

University of Newcastle; University of Tasmania

Era Eligible

No

Medium

Print-Electronic

Journal

Burns