Prevention of suicidal behaviour: Results of a controlled community-based intervention study in four European countries. Hegerl U, Maxwell M, Harris F, Koburger N, Mergl R, Szekely A, Arensman E, Van Audenhove C, Larkin C et al. Plos One

A cost-effectiveness analysis of dialectical behaviour therapy for treating individuals with borderline personality disorder in the community.  Murphy A, Bourke J, Flynn D, Kells M, Joyce M. Irish Journal of Medical Science (In press)

Hospital-presenting self-harm and ideation: Comparison of incidence, profile and risk of repetitionGriffin E, Bonner B, O’Hagan D, Kavalidou K, Corcoran P. General Hospital Psychiatry (In press)

Psychosocial, psychiatric and work-related risk factors associated with suicide in Ireland: optimised methodological approach of a case-control psychological autopsy study Arensman E, Larkin C, McCarthy J, Leitao S, Corcoran P, William E et al.  BMC Psychiatry, 19:275

Exploring staff perceptions of the utility of Clinician Connections when working with emotionally dysregulated clients. Burke L, Kells M, Flynn D, & Joyce M. Borderline Personality Disorder and Emotion Dysregulation, 6(1), 12.

Does an adapted Dialectical Behaviour Therapy skills training programme result in positive outcomes for participants with a dual diagnosis? A mixed methods study.  Flynn D, Joyce M, Spillane A, Wrigley C, Corcoran P, Hayes A, Flynn M, Wyse D, Corkery B, Mooney B. Addiction Science and Clinical Practice, 14:28

Dialectical behaviour therapy for adolescents: a comparison of 16-week and 24-week programmes delivered in a public community setting. Gillespie C, Joyce M, Flynn D, Corcoran P. Child and Adolescent Mental Health 24:3, 266–273

Innovations in Practice: Dialectical behaviour therapy for adolescents: multisite implementation and evaluation of a 16-week programme in a public community mental health setting. Flynn D, Kells M, Joyce M, Corcoran P, Gillespie C, Suarez C, Swales M, Arensman E. Child and Adolescent Mental Health 24:1, 76-83

Psychosocial Interventions for People Who Self-Harm: Methodological Issues Involved in Trials to Evaluate Effectiveness. Witt K, Townsend E, Arensman E, Gunnell D, Hazell P,  Taylor Salisbury t, Van Heeringen K, Hawton K. Archives of Suicide Research

International Study of Definitions of English-Language Terms for Suicidal Behaviours: protocol of an opinion survey.  Goodfellow B, Kõlves K, De Leo D, Silverman M, Berman A, Mann J, Arensman E, Hawton K, Phillips M, Vijayakumar L. BMJ Open 9:e025770

National Suicide Prevention Strategies – Progress and Challenges. Platt S, Arensman E, Rezaeian M. The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention 40(2):75-82

The association between self-harm and area-level characteristics in Northern Ireland: an ecological study. Griffin E, Bonner B, Dillon CB, O’Hagan D, Corcoran P. European Journal of Public Health

Method of self-harm and risk of self-harm repetition: findings from a national self-harm registry . Cully G, Corcoran P, Leahy D, Griffin E, Dillon C, Cassisy E, Shiely F, Arensman E. Journal of Affective Disorders 246: 843-850

How do people experience a family member’s high-risk self-harm? An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Spillane A, Matvienko-Sikar K, Larkin C, Arensman E. Archives of Suicide Research, 1-23

How suicide-bereaved family members experience the inquest process: a qualitative study using thematic analysis. Spillane A, Matvienko-Sikar K, Larkin C, Corcoran P, Arensman E. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being