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National Registry of Deliberate Self Harm Ireland, Annual Report 2006-2007


National Suicide Research Foundation

Subject Keywords: Intentional self harm
Catalogue: Research and Evaluation
Key Irish Projects
Type: Report
Region: Republic of Ireland

The National Registry of Deliberate Self Harm is a national system of population monitoring for the
occurrence of deliberate self harm. It has been established, at the request of the Department of Health and Children, by the National Suicide Research Foundation.

This is the sixth annual report from the National Registry of Deliberate Self Harm. It is based on data collected on persons presenting to hospital emergency departments as a result of deliberate self harm in 2006 and 2007 in the
Republic of Ireland. The Registry has had near complete coverage of the country’s hospitals for the period 2002-2005. In 2006-2007, for the first time, all general hospital and paediatric hospital emergency departments in the Republic of Ireland contributed data to the Registry. Thus, for 2006-2007 the Registry achieved complete national coverage of hospital-treated deliberate self harm.



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Suggested citation:

National Suicide Research Foundation. (2008) National Registry of Deliberate Self Harm Ireland, Annual Report 2006-2007 [Online]. Available from: [Accessed: 24th August 2019].


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