Dr Sharon McDonnell (Director of SBUK and Honorary Research Fellow) launched the National Suicide Bereavement Survey at the SBUK's International Conference in Manchester on Septemebr 26th 2017.
Launch of National Suicide Bereavement Survey
The Centre for Mental Health and Safety at the University of Manchester in collaboration with the Support after Suicide Partnership (SASP), a growing alliance of national organisations involved in offering support to those bereaved or affected by suicide are conducting a national suicide bereavement study. The aim of the study is to gain an insight into the experiences of people who are bereaved or have been affected by suicide. In order to do this, we need to conduct a large-scale survey to identify the experiences of people bereaved or affected by suicide in the UK. We would like as many people to participate as possible in the anonymous online survey.
For more information and access to the participation information sheet and survey, please click on the following link