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Record ID: 9b6b8d9a-7471-4bb6-8576-d9f29b702b40
Type: Fact Sheet
Title: Children and young people who died as a result of adolescent experimentation
Authors: NSW Child Death Review Team
Keywords: Health;Impact on children and young people
Year: 2003
Publisher: NSW Commission for Children and Young People
Notes:  See also other briefing papers in this series and the report on which they are based on our Research & Resources database: 'Overall profile of suicide and risk-taking deaths 1996-2000', 'Children and young people with enduring difficulties', and 'Children and young people who experienced a pivotal life event' and 'Suicide and risk-taking deaths of children and young people : report'
Based on the Child Death Review Team's report "Suicide and risk-taking deaths of children and young people", this briefing paper gives an overview in the area of children and young people whose death was related to adolescent experimentation. It includes key findings of the report in this area and the report's major recommendation.
Physical description: 2p
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