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Trends in incidence of self-harm, neurodevelopmental and mental health conditions among university students compared to the general population: a nationwide electronic data linkage study in Wales.

Ann John Orcid Logo, Olivier Rouquette Orcid Logo, Sze Chim Lee, Jo Smith, Marcos del Pozo Banos Orcid Logo

The British Journal of Psychiatry

Swansea University Authors: Ann John Orcid Logo, Olivier Rouquette Orcid Logo, Sze Chim Lee, Marcos del Pozo Banos Orcid Logo

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DOI (Published version): 10.1192/bjp.2024.90

Published in: The British Journal of Psychiatry
Published: CUP
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College: Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences
Funders: This study has been carried out as part of the Administrative Data Research (ADR) Wales programme of work. The ADR Wales programme of work is aligned to the priority themes identified in the Welsh Government’s national strategy, Prosperity for All. ADR Wales brings together data science experts at Swansea University Medical School (Swansea, UK), staff from the Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods at Cardiff University (Cardiff, UK), and specialist teams within the Welsh Government to develop new evidence that supports Prosperity for All by using the SAIL Databank at Swansea University to link and analyse anonymised data. ADR Wales is part of the Economic and Social Research Council (part of UK Research and Innovation)-funded ADR UK (grant ES/S007393/1). This work was supported by the Adolescent Mental Health Data Platform (ADP). The ADP is funded by MQ Mental Health Research Charity (Grant Reference MQBF/3 ADP). ADP and the author(s) would like to acknowledge the data providers who supplied the datasets enabling this research study. The views expressed are entirely those of the authors and should not be assumed to be the same as those of ADP or MQ Mental Health Research Charity. This work was supported by the Wolfson Centre for Young People’s Mental Health, established with support from the Wolfson Foundation. This project was funded by UKRI – Medical Research Council through the DATAMIND HDR UK Mental Health Data Hub (MRC reference: MR/W014386)