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Publication of our living systematic review

The review was registered prospectively on PROSPERO on May 1st 2020 under CRD42020183326:

Ann John, David Gunnell, Julian Higgins, Emily Eyles, Luke McGuinness, Chukwudi Okolie, Kazeem Olorisade, Lena Schmidt. The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on self-harm and suicidal behaviour: a living systematic review. PROSPERO 2020 CRD42020183326. Available from:

The review protocol will be published via F1000 research soon: The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on self-harm and suicidal behaviour: protocol for a living systematic review. Please cite as:

The code for out screening and literature retrieval application is available from mcguinlu’s GitHub repository or as release on zenodo. Please cite as:

Luke McGuinness and Lena Schmidt. mcguinlu/COVID_suicide_living: Initial Release (Version v1.0.0). Zenodo 2020. Available from: