AfterWords: A survey of people bereaved by suicide in Ireland, from the NSRF and HUGG
On 15th September, the HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention (NOSP) published its Annual Report for 2021.
World Suicide Prevention Day is upcoming on 10th September 2022.
The HSE, together with IHF, has launched a campaign to support healthcare workers with bereavement, grief and loss.
International Men's Health Week (MHW) 2022 runs from Monday 13th until Sunday 19th June,
Working with a range of partners, the HSE has developed new dedicated content to help increase knowledge about bereavement.
The first-of-its-kind Irish Suicide Bereavement Survey was launched on October 5th.
Developed in partnership with The Irish Hospice Foundation, Irish Congress of Trade Unions and Ibec, Grief in the Workplace: Responding to Suicide - A Guide for Employers was officially launched today.
Today, 3rd September, the HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention (NOSP) published its Annual Report, for 2020.
The launch of the HSE Model of Care, for Adults Accessing Talking Therapies while Attending Specialist Mental Health Services.
The NOSP and the ICGP have continued partnership initiatives in alignment with objectives and actions in Connecting for Life.
Mary Butler TD, Minister of State for Mental Health and Older People, has officially launched the new HSE National Suicide Bereavement Support Guide.
During this year's First Fortnight Festival, a short film called "It Doesn't Matter" formed part of the recent Empowered Voices event.
The HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention (NOSP) has introduced its first grant scheme for collaborative research projects on priority groups in Ireland.
In November 2020, the Minister for Health and the Minister of State for Mental Health and Older People announced the extension of Connecting for Life, to 2024
Some services provided by mental health and suicide prevention partners could be disrupted during COVID-19. Here is a summary of key supports.
The Crowne Hotel in Blanchardstown was the backdrop for a celebration to mark the publication of the Best Practice Guidance for Suicide Prevention Services: Working together for high-quality services and the involvement of all those who contributed to the project.
HSE Mental Health Operations together with the National Office for Suicide Prevention have published Improving suicide bereavement supports in Ireland.
The HSE NOSP has produced a helpful booklet outlining how social media content that promotes suicide can be harmful, and how to report it.