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  • Dr Mary Joyce | National Suicide Research Foundation
    ordinator of the National Dialectical Behaviour Therapy DBT Project which implements DBT in community mental health services across Ireland The project both trains and evaluates this implementation of DBT at a national level across Ireland The research evaluation examines the effectiveness of the intervention for participants the implementation process and the economic effectiveness of DBT in Ireland Prior to this project Mary completed her PhD in Applied Psychology in University

    Original URL path: http://nsrf.ie/team_member/dr-mary-joyce/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Louise Dunne | National Suicide Research Foundation
    Newsletters Podcasts Videos Contact Finding Help FAQs Glossary Links Vacancies Donate Navigation Louise Dunne Louise is the Project Administrator for the National DBT Project Office This office is tasked with training and overseeing the co ordinated implementation of DBT teams and programmes throughout Ireland Louise has been in post since June 2013 and prior to this she worked in the financial services and IT industries Louise holds a degree in

    Original URL path: http://nsrf.ie/team_member/2618/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Catalina Suarez | National Suicide Research Foundation
    Research Officer focusing on the evaluation of the effectiveness the implementation and the economic effectiveness of the National Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Project Ireland She holds a BA International in Psychology from University College Dublin and an MSc in Applied Clinical Psychology from Trinity College Dublin Catalina has a strong interest in evidence based therapies including Dialectical Behavioural Therapy Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Emotion Focused Therapy in clinical research with relevance

    Original URL path: http://nsrf.ie/team_member/catalina-suarez/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Siobhan O`Connor | National Suicide Research Foundation
    Reports Presentations Research Bulletins Press Releases Briefings Leaflets News Newsletters Podcasts Videos Contact Finding Help FAQs Glossary Links Vacancies Donate Navigation Siobhan O Connor Siobhan is a Research Officer for the National Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Project Office and has been in this post since October 2014 She completed a BA Hons in Applied Psychology in UCC in 2013 Prior to completing her degree Siobhan worked in the IT and media

    Original URL path: http://nsrf.ie/team_member/siobhan-oconnor/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Mareike Weihrauch | National Suicide Research Foundation
    She also has a supportive role assisting the other members of the research team in their tasks with the co ordinated implementation of DBT in Ireland In 2012 she graduated from Dublin Business School with a BA Hons Psychology and conducted a quantitative research project on the social behaviour of children in kindergartens She then returned to Germany to gain work experience in a Child and Youth Psychiatry This followed

    Original URL path: http://nsrf.ie/team_member/mareike-weihrauch/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Suicide Support and Information System | National Suicide Research Foundation
    commissioned the National Suicide Research Foundation to establish a National Suicide Support and Information System SSIS to be initially piloted in the Cork region The SSIS pilot study was conducted in County Cork over the period September 2008 March 2011 How many cases of suicides were included in the SSIS 178 cases of suicide and 12 open verdicts total 190 were ascertained in the Cork region during the pilot phase of the SSIS What are the outcomes of the SSIS so far Bereavement Support In 39 5 of cases the SSIS pro actively facilitated bereavement and other support In 47 5 of cases bereavement support had been obtained prior to contact with the SSIS team In 8 2 of cases the bereaved did not wish to avail of formal bereavement support from a specific service but they welcomed further contact with a member of the SSIS team A small proportion 4 8 did not wish to receive further contact following the initial letter from the SSIS team Risk Factors Mental health risk factors associated with suicide including Mood disorder of the deceased Mental disorder of family members History of deliberate self harm Lifetime alcohol abuse in the year prior to death Major precipitating factors in the month prior to suicide including Significant losses Significant or perceived significant disruption of a primary relationship Significant life changes Evidence was found for the impact of the economic recession in terms of job loss increased suicide risk associated with specific occupations financial problems and loss of possessions such as house car etc Long Term Difficulties Evidence was found for long term adversity in the lives of people who died by suicide often starting in childhood or early adolescence and continuing in later life such as Mental and physical maltreatment Problems in making contact with others Loneliness over a long period of time The majority of the deceased had been in contact with their GP or a mental health service in the year prior to death and those who had contacted their GP had done so 4 times or more Suicide Clusters The SSIS has been able to use official data sooner than the Central Statistics Office CSO which has facilitated the identification of emerging suicide clusters Through the multiple sources of information accessed by the SSIS contagion effects could be identified and direct indirect relationships among the suicide cluster cases could be established Open Verdicts Though the number of open verdicts was relatively small comparison with confirmed suicide cases revealed more similarities than differences such as Alcohol consumption at time of death History of Deliberate Self Harm High prevalence of mood disorders Use of psychotropic medication Examination of suicides and deaths classified as open verdicts showed that at least 10 of cases had been medically treated for deliberate self harm in the Cork region between 2007 2009 Has the SSIS been Evaluated In September 2010 an independent evaluation of the SSIS was conducted by the University of Manchester The evaluation recommended That the SSIS

    Original URL path: http://nsrf.ie/our-research/our-systems/suicide-support-and-information-system/ (2015-10-30)
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  • National Registry of Deliberate Self-Harm | National Suicide Research Foundation
    Registry of Deliberate Self Harm is a national system of population monitoring for the occurrence of deliberate self harm This Registry was established by the National Suicide Research Foundation at the request of the Department of Health and Children and it is funded by the Health Service Executive s National Office for Suicide Prevention What are the aims of the NRDSH To establish the extent and nature of hospital treated deliberate self harm in Ireland To monitor trends over time and also by area To contribute to policy and development in the area of suicidal behaviour To help the progress of research and prevention What does the NRDSH do The Registry collects data based on persons presenting to hospital emergency departments as a result of an episode of deliberate self harm as defined by the Registry How many emergency departments were included As of 2006 the Registry has obtained full coverage of all general and paediatric hospital emergency departments in the Republic of Ireland Where can I find information regarding the findings of this research Please see the Annual Registry reports below by year Our latest 2012 report was launched on September 10th World Suicide Prevention Day The Registry Team

    Original URL path: http://nsrf.ie/our-research/our-systems/national-registry-of-deliberate-self-harm/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Rate of Suicide | National Suicide Research Foundation
    Our Research What is Suicide What is Self Harm Our Systems Our Research Strategy Projects OSPI SEYLE PREDI NU MARATONE EHS Training SSIS ACE HRB ICE Statistics Suicide Self Harm Publications Journal Articles Reports Presentations Research Bulletins Press Releases Briefings Leaflets News Newsletters Podcasts Videos Contact Finding Help FAQs Glossary Links Vacancies Donate Navigation Rate of Suicide NSRF Twitter Tweets by NSRFIreland National Suicide Research Foundation Facebook National Suicide Research

    Original URL path: http://nsrf.ie/statistics/suicide/rate-of-suicide/ (2015-10-30)
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