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National suicide prevention strategy for England

Department of Health, United Kingdom Country Resources Suicide Prevention England and Wales 31 December 2002 Policy document education, mental health promotion, prevention

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This document sets out a suicide prevention strategy for England. It follows a consultation document published in April and is intended to be an evolving strategy which will develop in light of progress made and emerging evidence. Implementation will be led by the newly established National Institute for Mental Health in England which will make suicide prevention one of its core policy programmes.

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