AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis paper aims to raise the issues and dilemmas within India by suicide and attempted suicide. In the UK evidence-based interventions have progressed over the past 20 years and changes are having positive benefits on standards of interventions and reducing deaths in some areas by suicide. However, when comparing one culture’s custom and practice with another, deficits of some areas of practice present and this facilitates some interesting insights for investigation. Fundamentally, the aim is not to place one above another but to aid identification for cross-cultural comparisons leading to practice advancements.
CitationJones, S., Keenan, P. & Krishna, M. (2014). Comparisons of attempted suicide between India and UK. Mental Health Nursing, 34(4), 14-17.
PublisherMental Health Nurses Association
JournalMental Health Nursing
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