Neville Southall, refers to the national suicide bereavement survey, whilst being interviewed on Talk Sport, which is being led by Dr. Sharon McDonnell and her team at the University of Manchester in collaboration with Support After Suicide Partnership.
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Full house at the PABBS evidence-based suicide bereavement training in Manchester.
Another successful day in Manchester with the PABBS evidence-based suicide bereavement training.
Dr. Sharon McDonnell was awarded a Winston Churchill Travel Fellowship to visit Australia and New Zealand to identify good practice in the field of suicide bereavement. Her work is referred to in Winston Churchill Memorial Trust 2018 newsletter (page 11)
Dr Sharon McDonnell from Suicide Bereavement UK is Interviewed by Laurence Reed from BBC Radio Cornwall and talks about suicide bereavement and the UK suicide bereavement survey.
Dr Sharon McDonnell being interviewed at BBC Radio Manchester to raise awareness of the UK suicide bereavement survey
BBC Horizon Documentary - STOPPING MALE SUICIDE - This will be broadcast on BBC2 on Wednesday 22nd August 2018 at 9pm
Dr Sharon McDonnell joins Mick Coyle from Radio City in Liverpool to share her story and to ask people to support her survey that will find out the true impact of suicide on those who lose loved ones.
Sharon’s hoping more than 7000 people join it ahead of a the deadline on Aug 31st.
Dr. Sharon McDonnell was invited to write a blog about her Winston Churchill Memorial Travel (WCMT) Travel Fellowship, which involved visiting Australia and New Zealand to learn about the work being conducted in Australia and New Zealand. The blog includes a link to her WCMT report.
Winston Churchill Memorial Trust have issued their annual report
Dr Sharon McDonnell and Paul Higham are honoured to have been invited by the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, to attend an afternoon tea at the House of Lords.
We are proud to launch our 1st newsletter.https://suicidebereavementuk.com/newsletter/
Many thanks to Marsha McAdam for inviting Paul Higham, Director of Suicide Bereavement UK to attend the Greater Manchester Adult Mental Health Service User Network Launch in Manchester.