On-line information on NSSI not always accurate

An article in Reuters reports on a study by University of Guelph researchers on the quality of information available on websites offering information on non-suicidal self-injury.  Their findings are that most sites offer poor or misleading information.  In response, they have developed a credible website, and reference several others in the article.  Good information for your students.

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1 Response to “On-line information on NSSI not always accurate”


  1. 1 Joseph S March 30, 2014 at 3:56 pm

    Although it is not mentioned in the linked article, Nancy Heath of McGill is a collaborator on these studies.


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