HSE Bereavement Counselling Service for Traumatic Deaths in South East Community Healthcare, A Review of the Operation of the Service
Evaluation of Turn2Me Service Model and Organisational Governance Review (2019-2022), Cruinn Advisory
The HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention (NOSP), Annual Report for 2021.
You Are Not Alone: Support for people who have been bereaved by suicide.
Samaritans and IAS’ Media Guidelines for Reporting Suicide have been produced following extensive consultation with journalists and editors in the industry.
A resource to guide those developing and implementing an Inter-Agency Community Response Plan for incidents of suspected suicide.
The Irish Probable Suicide Deaths Study (IPSDS) presents information on probable suicide deaths in Ireland, for a four year period from 2015 to 2018
Education and training has been identified as one of the key components of work to achieve the vision of Connecting for Life.
A helpful booklet that outlines how some social media content related to suicide or self-harm can be harmful, and how it can be reported.
This guide aims to support staff and volunteers working in public-facing roles to interact with people who present or contact the service in distress or at risk of suicide and self-harm.
Showcasing Innovation across area-level Connecting for Life Suicide Prevention Action Plans
The annual report for the HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention (2020) provides information on all activities from the office for that year.
Preventing suicide - A resource for filmmakers and others working on stage and screen
The Best Practice Guidance for Suicide Prevention Services has been co-produced by NOSP and NGOs working in the area of suicide prevention.
Current briefing documents from NOSP on suicide figures from the Central Statistics Office and on European comparisons from Eurostat.
These publications provide practical guidance and information for policy-makers in government departments about suicide prevention and how to integrate suicide prevention into policy-making functions.
The NOSP has issued three helpful factsheets aligned with World Suicide Prevention Day 2018.
The Best Practice Guidance is a national project which was initiated by the National Director for Mental Health and is part of the MHD Operational Plan for 2016 and 2017.
Research on mental health promotion interventions and supports provided by voluntary organisations to workplaces
These Implementation Plans describes the strategic and operational agenda that will be needed to further drive the implementation of Connecting for Life.
The Green Ribbon Impact Reports, for 2017 and 2018, from SeeChange.
This document outlines key branding considerations when referencing Connecting for Life, Ireland's National Strategy to Reduce Suicide 2015-2020.
Learning from evaluation activities in relation to the development and early implementation of the Best Practice Guidance for Suicide Prevention Services.
This HEA National Framework was developed with students, mental health and suicide prevention specialists, academics, researchers and institutional staff.
Suicide prevention is about promoting positive mental health and supporting people to learn a range of positive coping strategies so that they can better deal with difficulties in their lives. The information in this guide will be of practical use to groups of concerned people who come together in response to a suicide in their community. It aims to provide information to help make communities safer from suicide.
ReachOut Ireland was commissioned by the HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention to develop good practice guidelines for the safe delivery of online mental health information and support. The development of these guidelines was informed by the Technology and Mental Health Network (TMHN) which ReachOut Ireland convenes.
A review of research carried out as part of Connecting for Life, from the National Office for Suicide Prevention (NOSP) and Centre for Effective Services (CES).
The annual report for the HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention (2019) provides information on all activities from the office for that year.
This review was commissioned by the HSE NOSP. It comprised of a literature review and a stakeholder consultation of gatekeeper suicide prevention models.
The annual report for the HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention (2018) provides information on all activities from the office for that year.
A book of abstracts for the HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention's Grant Scheme for Collaborative Research Projects, 2021 and 2022.
The HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention (NOSP) invited the Connecting for Life (CfL) Evaluation Advisory Group (EAG) to undertake an independent Interim Review of CfL.
Learning from a strategic assessment of the implementation of the Connecting for Life strategy with NGO partners
The annual report for the HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention (2017) provides information on all activities from the office for that year.
Reports from the Self-Harm Assessment and Data Analysis (SADA) Project - from the Irish Prison Service (IPS) and National Suicide Research Foundation (NSRF).
The HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention, 2016 Annual Report
An assessment of scaling-up the North Dublin Adult Mental Health approach to implementing the Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS).
In 1999, WHO launched SUPRE, its worldwide initiative for the prevention of suicide. This 2017 booklet is a 2nd revision of one of the resources prepared.
Findings from the annual report for the National Suicide Research Foundation (NSRF) National Self-Harm Registry Ireland, 2019.
Connecting for Life is Ireland’s national strategy to reduce suicide 2015-2020.
The Harmful Impact of Suicide and Self-harm Content Online: a Review of the Literature. From the National Suicide Research Foundation.
A number of background reports were published as part of the development process for Connecting for Life, Ireland's National Strategy to Reduce Suicide 2015-2020.
This rapid assessment outlines the perceived area-level factors influencing a suicide cluster and related contagion in Dublin South.
The annual report for the HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention (2015) provides information on all activities and funding from the office for that year.
An evaluability assessment of Social Prescribing, from HSE Health and Wellbeing, the National Office of Suicide Prevention and the Department of Health.
Suicide prevention in Ireland up to 2014 was guided by Reach Out, the first national suicide prevention strategy. Reach Out brought a focus on suicide prevention work and guided activities in this area in Ireland from 2005 to 2014.
This briefing looks at the implications of COVID-19 for the implementation of Connecting for Life and some key challenges and opportunities.
The National Self-Harm Registry Ireland Annual Report 2018, from the National Suicide Research Foundation (NSRF).
Launched in Trinity College's Joly Theatre today by the USI, 3,340 students participated in the survey which informed this report.
This report aims to provide a review of literature relating to suicide bereavement support with an emphasis on evidence-based interventions.
Focusing on the implementation, evaluation and research outcomes of DBT in Ireland, The National Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Project, Report 2013-2018 was launched today.
This research addresses a gap by focusing on journalists’ understandings and experiences of mental health and suicide coverage in Ireland.
The National Self-harm Registry Ireland Annual Report 2017, from the National Suicide Research Foundation (NSRF)
This paper summarises the findings from a survey of key stakeholders involved in the development of the Best Practice Guidance for Suicide Prevention Services.
The National Self-Harm Registry Ireland (NSHRI) monitors the incidence of hospital presenting self-harm in the Republic of Ireland.
A range of 2018 research publications and briefing documents from the National Suicide Research Foundation (NSRF).
A Men’s Health Forum in Ireland & HSE report that examines why middle aged Irish men have the highest rate of suicide of all age groups in Ireland.
This paper summarises the findings from a survey of key stakeholders involved in Connecting for Life area-level suicide prevention strategic action planning.
This paper summarises the findings from a survey of General Practitioners exploring a number of areas in relation to their experiences with patient suicide.
This briefing gives an overview of murder-suicide and highlights key considerations in media reporting of such incidents.
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy – Skills Training for Emotional Problem Solving for Adolescents (DBT STEPS-A): Pilot Implementation in an Irish Context.
This study explores the feasibility of using the National Drug-Related Deaths Index to collect data on suicides and deaths in people with risk of self-harm.
In 2017, the NOSP engaged Dr Roddy Flynn (Institute for Future Journalism and Media, DCU School of Communications) to analyse the operations of Headline.
A range of 2016 research publications and briefing documents from the National Suicide Research Foundation (NSRF).
The Men’s Health Forum in Ireland (MHFI) aims to enhance the health and wellbeing of men and boys through research, training, networking, practical health initiatives and advocacy.
The Mojo Projects facilitate training programmes that transform the lives of men by working with them to build their mental and physical fitness...
The National Suicide Research Foundation has undertaken a programme of work with the Irish Prison Service and National Office for Suicide Prevention.
Minimising the risks of the internet while harnessing its potential for good is one of the most significant merging challenges for suicide prevention.
The LGBTIreland Report is a groundbreaking study of the mental health of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people in Ireland.