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
- Happy New Year 2022By Fenella RyanJanuary 17, 2022This year of 2021 was a tough in many ways, but as an organisation, we are very proud of what we were able to achieve despite the challenges faced. [continue reading]
- First C-SSHRI Member Get-TogetherBy Fenella RyanNovember 30, 2021Today, the NSRF will host the first (virtual) get-together of C-SSHRI members. [continue reading]
- National Suicide Bereavement SurveyBy Selena O'ConnellNovember 15, 2021On October 5th, 2021, the first national survey of people bereaved by suicide was launched. [continue reading]
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