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  • National Suicide Research Foundation
    the aftercare of people engaging in self harm World Suicide Prevention Day Video Message September 10 2015 Prof Ella Arensman President of the International Association for Suicide Prevention IASP and Director of Research NSRF inaugurates World Suicide Prevention Day 2015 with a positive message of reaching out and saving lives to prevent suicide across the globe IASP National Registry of Deliberate Self Harm Annual Report 2013 Published October 2014 In advance of World Mental Health Day the National Suicide Research Foundation published the twelfth annual report on the National Registry of Deliberate Self Harm The full report can be accessed here The full press release on the report can National Suicide Research Foundation Investigating the causes of suicide and self harm in Ireland Recent News About Us We are an independent multi disciplinary research unit which investigates the causes of suicide and deliberate self harm in Ireland Our Research We undertake research into a variety of topics relating to the causes of suicide self harm and related mental health and social factors in Ireland Our Systems We use the Suicide Support and Information Study and the National Registry of Deliberate Self Harm to provide a knowledge base for suicide prevention

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  • About Us | National Suicide Research Foundation
    Ireland Our diverse research team members come from a broad range of disciplines including epidemiology psychology psychiatry and biostatistics We are a registered charity CHY11351 based in University College Cork Ireland What we do We undertake research into varying topics relating to suicide and self harm in Ireland Based on this research and its findings we provide the knowledge base for suicide prevention intervention and postvention strategies We also provide training and positive mental health promotional programmes to a variety of audiences Why we do it The National Suicide Research Foundation was established in 1994 by Dr Michael Kelleher at the request of the then Minister for Health Brendan Howlin TD The brief was to conduct research into suicide and suicidal behaviour due to concerns regarding the accuracy of Irish suicide statistics and lack of knowledge of the extent of suicidal behaviour in the country Our Aims To Examine By monitoring trends risk factors and protective factors associated with suicide and self harm To Intervene By applying evidence based interventions at a local national and international level To Translate By translating and disseminating research in order to inform and impact on policy and practice The Outcome A solid evidence base

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  • Directors | National Suicide Research Foundation
    with governments and health services in Japan South Korea Egypt French Polynesia and Suriname She was a key contributor to the WHO Report Preventing Suicide A Global Imperative WHO 2014 She played a key role in developing the 10 year Irish National Strategy for Action on Suicide Prevention Reach Out 2005 2014 and she is a key contributor to the development of the new Irish Strategic Framework for Suicide Prevention 2015 2020 Since the early nineties Ella has been involved in a large number of international research consortia including the WHO Euro Multicentre study on Suicidal Behaviour Child and Adolescent Self Harm in Europe EAAD Optimised Suicide Prevention programmes and their Implementation in Europe Preventing Depression and Improving Awareness through Networking in the EU and Mental Health Training through Research Network in Europe Ella has been successful in many highly competitive funding rounds Recently she has been awarded a grant of just over 1 million by the EC Executive Agency for Health and Consumers for an international research consortium to prevent depression Eileen Williamson Executive Director Eileen commenced employment with the late Dr Michael J Kelleher in 1993 and is a founder member of the NSRF She holds an MBS Hons Degree in Health Services Management from University College Cork Eileen works as the NSRFs Executive Director and is a member of the Steering Group and in these roles contributes to the development of the NSRFs goals policies and strategic focus Together with Professor Ella Arensman Eileen is involved in the daily management of the NSRF research team and has specific responsibility for finance legal and human resource related issues In particular she protects the financial assets and formulates negotiates and controls the annual budget Eileen together with Dr Paul Corcoran and Professor Ivan J Perry in 1999 was responsible

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  • Our Team | National Suicide Research Foundation
    Marie Curie funded Project Emer O Callaghan Research Officer NSRF Grace O Regan Research Officer NSRF Brian Waters Research Officer NSRF Ailbhe Spillane SPHeRE PhD scholar Gretta O Connell Research Officer Evaluation Erris Social Prescribing Project Christina Dillion Data Manager NRDSH Dr Mary Joyce Project Co ordinator National DBT Louise Dunne Project Administrator National DBT Catalina Suarez Research Officer National DBT Siobhan O Connor Research Officer National DBT Mareike Weihrauch Research Officer National DBT Data Registration Officers The DROs collect data based on self harm presentations to Emergency Departments throughout the Republic of Ireland The following are our DROs and their respective hospitals HSE West Region Ailish Melia Sligo General Hospital Catherine Murphy University Hospital Limerick Ennis General Hospital Nenagh General Hospital St John s Hospital Limerick Mary Nix Mayo General Hospital Castlebar Portiuncula Hospital Ballinasloe University College Hospital Galway Eileen Quinn Letterkenny General Hospital HSE South Region Tricia Shannon Waterford Regional Hospital Wexford General Hospital St Luke s Hospital Kilkenny St Joseph s Hospital Clonmel Karen Twomey Kerry General Hospital Tralee Una Walsh Ursula Burke Bantry General Hospital Cork University Hospital Mallow General Hospital Mercy Unviersity Hospital Cork HSE Dublin Midlands Region Liisa Aula St Columcille s Hospital Loughlinstown

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  • Our Research | National Suicide Research Foundation
    and social factors in Ireland Our small team brings a variety of perspectives to our research including psychology psychiatry medicine sociology epidemiology public health biostatistics and health services research Each year our research is published in different ways Journal Articles Our research features regularly in many peer reviewed journals Reports Including our Annual Report National Registry of Deliberate Self Harm Suicide Support and Information System and more Presentations From a

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  • What is Suicide? | National Suicide Research Foundation
    was considered a crime in Ireland and religious sanctions against suicide were in place Underreporting Ireland had one of the lowest offcial suicide rates in Europe though significant underreporting of suicide was suspected Since 1980 the male suicide rate continued to rise whereas the female rate remained stable However the suicide rate among young Irish women doubled in the last decade Cork City and County 2008 2011 The Suicide Support and Information System SSIS collected data from Cork City and Cork County from 2008 2011 If you would like to know more about the SSIS and suicide data for Cork City and County click here National Suicide Rates 2001 2012 Please find below a table the rate of suicide per 100 000 in the Republic of Ireland from 2001 to 2012 Suicides in Republic of Ireland from 2001 2012 Year Total Male Female No Rate No Rate No Rate 2001 519 13 5 429 22 4 90 4 7 2002 478 12 2 387 19 9 91 4 6 2003 497 12 5 386 19 5 111 5 5 2004 493 12 2 406 20 2 87 4 3 2005 481 11 6 382 18 5 99 4 8 2006

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  • What is Self-Harm? | National Suicide Research Foundation
    a non habitual behaviour that without intervention from others will cause self harm or deliberately ingests a substance in excess of the prescribed or generally recognised therapeutic dosage and which is aimed at realising changes that the person desires via the actual or expected physical consequences World Health Organisation WHO What are the rates of self harm in Ireland Self harm in Ireland showed significant increases particularly between the years

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  • Our Systems | National Suicide Research Foundation
    Suicide Support and Information System SSIS The SSIS is an innovative pilot study that was developed to provide access to support for the bereaved while at the same time obtaining information on risk factors associated with suicide and deaths classified as open verdicts Suicide Support and Information System SSIS What is the Registry The National Registry of Deliberate Self Harm is a national system of population monitoring for the occurrence

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