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The Centre for Suicide Research has an interest in drugs used for self-poisoning. Our current NIHR Programme Grant will look at the relative toxicity of groups of drugs commonly used for self-poisoning, including analgesics, mood stabilisers, major tranquilisers and benzodiazepines.


Previous work has looked at:

Co-proximol self-poisoning

Paracetamol and aspirin pack sizes