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    Attempted suicide and self-harm (South Asian women)

    Chantler, Khatidja, Burman, Erica, Batsleer, Janet R. and Bashir, Colsom (2001) Attempted suicide and self-harm (South Asian women). Project Report. Manchester Metropolitan University. ISBN 0-9541550-0-9

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    This research study on service responses to attempted suicide and self-harm in relation to South Asian women was commissioned by the Manchester, Salford and Trafford Health Action Zone (M, S &T HAZ), over a ten month period from June 2000 to March 2001. It was conducted by Khatidja Chantler (Independent Researcher) in partnership with the Women's Studies Research Centre of the Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU). The staff from MMU were Professor Erica Burman (Department of Psychology and Speech Pathology) and Janet Batsleer (Department of Applied Community Studies). Partnership arrangements were also negotiated with the Central Manchester Primary Care Trust's Mental Health Needs Assessment/Commissioning Project for the community perspectives strand of this study. The community perspectives part of the study was conducted by Colsom Bashir.

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