The National Suicide Research Foundation is an independent, multi-disciplinary research unit that investigates the causes of suicide and self-harm in Ireland. We are a registered charity (CHY11351) based in University College Cork, Ireland.
In December 2015, the National Suicide Research Foundation was designated by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a WHO Collaborating Centre for Surveillance and Research in Suicide Prevention.
Managed by the NSRF, the National Self-Harm Registry Ireland (NSHRI) is a national system of population monitoring for the occurrence of hospital-treated self-harm.
The NSRF is not a service-provider. If you are seeking help for yourself or someone else, there are a number of excellent resources available.
We routinely circulate press releases to the media to highlight noteworthy publications, achievements or events.
Following national public health advice, NSRF staff are currently working from home. The best way to contact us is by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- NSRF News Round-Up; March – MayBy admindandiMay 9, 2022Author: Fenella Ryan We have been reflecting on some recent highlights for our latest news [continue reading]
- Dispose of Unused Medicines Properly (DUMP) Campaign – March 14th to April 22ndBy Caroline DalyMarch 14, 2022Almost all pharmacies in Cork and Kerry will be taking part in the DUMP campaign. Return unused or out-of-date medicines for free. [continue reading]
- Our work with the World Health OrganisationBy Niall McTernanMarch 7, 2022The NSRF has been involved in several exciting projects at the request of the WHO. [continue reading]
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