Consulation launched on Self-Harm Pathways

As part of the Developing Excellence in Local Public Health (DELPH), a sector led improvement programme that all the Directors of Public Health in Yorkshire and Humber are signed up to, we would like to review the current self-harm pathway and supporting guidance.

Please answer the following questions about your experience using these guidance documents. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. The survey will close on 27 September 2017.

To undertake the survey visit https://consult.northyorks.gov.uk/snapwebhost/s.asp?k=150410555316

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