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Hospital admissions for intentional self-poisoning and self-harm amongst young people between 2007 - 2019.
In response to the recent enquiry regarding hospital admissions for intentional self poisoning and self harm amongst young people, we have provided the following:
Counts of Finished Admission Episodes (FAEs) with an external cause code of a) intentional self poisoning (excluding alcohol) and b) intentional self-harm, by Government Office region of residence and age band (years), for the years 2007-08 to 2018-19.
The data supplied covers hospital activity only and does not include, for example, mental health care provided in a non-hospital setting.