General hospital services in the UK for adults presenting after self-harm: little evidence of progress in the past 25 years.

Self-harm remains a serious public health concern, not least because of its strong link with suicide. Twenty-five years ago we lamented the deficits in UK services, research and policy. Since then, there has not been nearly enough effective action in any of these three domains. It is time for action.

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