The annual report for the HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention (2022) provides information on all activities from the office for that year.
Samaritans and IAS’ Media Guidelines for Reporting Suicide have been produced following extensive consultation with journalists and editors in the industry.
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.
The Harmful Impact of Suicide and Self-harm Content Online: a Review of the Literature. From the National Suicide Research Foundation.
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.
HSE Bereavement Counselling Service for Traumatic Deaths in South East Community Healthcare, A Review of the Operation of the Service
You Are Not Alone: Support for people who have been bereaved by suicide.
Showcasing Innovation across area-level Connecting for Life Suicide Prevention Action Plans
This HEA National Framework was developed with students, mental health and suicide prevention specialists, academics, researchers and institutional staff.
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.
Connecting for Life is 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.