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.
WHO Collaborating Centre
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.
What is the Registry? The National Self-Harm Registry Ireland is a system that records and reports information about self-harm presentations to hospital Emergency Departments across the country. The Registry was established in 2000 by the National Suicide Research Foundation at
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.
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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
- Grace PhillipsBy admindandiApril 17, 2023Research Officer Grace is a research officer at the National Suicide Research Foundation. Grace is [continue reading]
- NSRF News Round Up; June to OctoberBy Fenella RyanNovember 14, 2022Keep up to date with our latest news [continue reading]
- World Suicide Prevention Day 2022By Margaret KenneallySeptember 15, 2022The NSRF and the School of Public Health, UCC hosted two interrelated Webinars yesterday to honour World Suicide Prevention Day 2022. [continue reading]
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