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[Correspondence] Methodology of the SEYLE trial on suicide prevention in schools

29 Aug 2015

Over the past decade, UK Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) have faced a rising tide of ever-increasing demand, coupled with diminishing funding. Cost-effective interventions to target suicide attempts in adolescents are needed urgently. In this bleak context, the SEYLE trial1 could chart a course to safer waters.

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