The University of Manchester refer to the paper published by Dr. Sharon McDonnell’s research team, which was published in the British Journal of General Practice.
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First article directly associated with the PABBS suicide bereavement training is published in the British Journal of General Practice.
The PABBS research team published their first paper directly associated with the PABBS evidence-based suicide bereavement training in the British Journal of General Practice.
Dr. sharon McDonnell will be presenting at The British Psychological Society NW Branch free event entitled ‘Suicide: The Impact on the Bereaved’.
Dr. Sharon McDonnell will be presenting at the 9th annual Centre for Recover and Social Inclusion Conference, entitled ‘Building Bridges: Connecting for Life’ at the University College Cork in the Republic of Ireland.
The National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Homicide by People with Mental Illness, based at the University of Manchester, published a report today which studied 130 child suicides in England.
Dr. Sharon McDonnell and Professor Nav Kapur will present at the Pint of Science Festival event entitled ‘Suicide Breaking the Silence’
Dr. Sharon McDonnell will present her research at Preston CRUSE conference entitled ‘Suicide, Help Me to Help Others.
In 2014, a total of 6,122 suicides of people aged 10 and over were registered in the UK, 120 fewer than in 2013 (a 2% decrease).
Dr. McDonnell’s research was referred to during the debate.
Dr. Sharon McDonnell was short listed at the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Greater Manchester Clinical Research Award.
A revised version of the 'Help is at Hand' guidebook was developed by Public Health England (PHE).
The Manchester annual suicide bereavement conference entitled ‘Bridging the Gap Between What we Know and What we Do’ was held at the Manchester Conference Centre on 24th September 2015.
We collected information on all suicides in the UK between 2003-2013. Suicide figures show different patterns across the UK countries. In the general population suicide rates are higher in Scotland and Northern Ireland but recent rises have occurred mainly in England and Wales - the rate in Scotland has fallen over the last decade.
The National Suicide Prevention Strategy Advisory Group Annual Report is published today.