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    Volume 7 Issue 3
    Short Communication
    Nasser Ibrahim Abu-El-Noor* and Mysoon Khalil Abu-El-Noor
    The year 2020 has been declared by the WHO to be the “Year of the Nurse and Midwife”. But unfortunately, it was a very stressful year to nurses and all other health care professional. It was supposed to be the year. In this short article, we would like to show our thanks and gratitude for all nurses all over the world for their effort to fight COVID-19, for all they did to help the patients in the hospital to recover the disease and for their efforts to help the public to limit the spread of the disease.
    Review Article
    Rozina Tajddin*
    Deliberate self-harm (DSH) is distinguished from a suicide attempt. The person who self-harms him/herself does not necessarily have the intention to kill themselves, unlike a suicide attempt where the person has an intention to end their life. Studies have shown that DSH is prevalent among adolescents more than the rest of the population and the risk factors attributed to it are various. These risk factors comprise of mental health issues, family issues, relationship issues, and financial problems majorly. Childhood maltreatment also has been frequently associated with self-harm. The consequences of DSH can result in serious physical and mental injury to the person. A nurse who works with adolescents and especially in schools should be skilled with theoretical and practical skills and knowledge to deal with such patients.
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