Connecting for Life
Two briefing documents; one on provisional 2016 suicide figures from the Central Statistics Office and another on 2014 comparisons from Eurostat.
This Implementation Plan describes the strategic and operational agenda that will be needed to further drive the implementation of CfL
The HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention, 2016 Annual Report
This paper summarises the findings from a survey of General Practitioners exploring a number of areas in relation to their experiences with patient suicide.
Connecting for Life is Ireland’s national strategy to reduce suicide 2015-2020.
This briefing gives an overview of murder-suicide and highlights key considerations in media reporting of such incidents.
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.
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.
In 2017, the NOSP engaged Dr Roddy Flynn (Institute for Future Journalism and Media, DCU School of Communications) to analyse the operations of Headline.
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.
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.
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