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Working with men who self-harm in a learning disability secure unit: staff perspectives

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Working with men who self-harm in a learning disability secure unit : staff perspectives. / Fish, Rebecca Mary; Morgan, Hannah.

Lancaster : Lancaster University, 2018. (CeDR Research Report; Vol. 2017, No. 1).

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Fish, RM & Morgan, H 2018, Working with men who self-harm in a learning disability secure unit: staff perspectives. CeDR Research Report, no. 1, vol. 2017, Lancaster University, Lancaster.

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title = "Working with men who self-harm in a learning disability secure unit: staff perspectives",
abstract = "• We asked staff what it was like to work with men who self-harm in a learning disability service.• The staff said that men self-harm in many different ways. Sometimes men did not tell staff about the self-harm.• The staff talked to men about their problems. They helped men with their relationships. They talked to men about moving wards. These things all helped.",
author = "Fish, {Rebecca Mary} and Hannah Morgan",
year = "2018",
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