Personal And Professional Challenges In The Management Of Deliberate Self-Poisoning Patients In Rural Sri Lanka: A Qualitative Study Of Rural Hospital Doctors Experiences And Perceptions

Biomed Central Ltd
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BMC Public Health, 2008, 8 pp. 1 - 7
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Background: Deliberate self-poisoning is a major public heath issue in developing countries. In rural Sri Lanka deliberate self-poisoning is one of the leading causes of hospital death. The majority of patients with poisoning present to rural hospitals f
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