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National Self-harm Registry Ireland: Annual Report 2017

Griffin, E., et al, National Suicide Research Foundation Self-harm, Self-inflicted injury, Suicide This is the sixteenth annual report from the National Self-Harm Registry Ireland. The registry collects data on persons presenting to hospital emergency dep ...

Evidence Review to Inform the Parameters for a Refresh of A Vision for Change

13.7.2017 This report presents the results of an evidence review to inform the parameters of the planned refresh of mental health policy in Ireland ten years after the publication of the existing policy framework set out in A Vision for Change (AVFC). Evi ...

National Youth Mental Health Task Force Report 2017

12.12.2017 The National Youth Mental Health Task Force was established in response to an undertaking in the Programme for Partnership Government to provide national leadership in the field of youth mental health and to enhance how the public, private, vol ...

Evidence Review to Inform the Parameters for a Refresh of A Vision for Change

13.7.2017 This report presents the results of an evidence review to inform the parameters of the planned refresh of mental health policy in Ireland ten years after the publication of the existing policy framework set out in A Vision for Change (AVFC). Evi ...

National Self-Harm Registry Ireland annual report 2016.

Although the 2016 self-harm rates show a slight increase from 2015, there seems to be a stabilisation in the rate of self-harm in recent years. It should be noted however that the 2016 self-harm rate is still 10% higher than the rate in 2007, the year bef ...

National Office for Suicide Prevention annual report 2016.

The National Office for Suicide Prevention, within the HSE Mental Health Division, continues to work to realise the vision of an Ireland where fewer lives are lost through suicide. Connecting for Life is the current national government strategy to reduce ...

Connecting for Life Cork. Cork suicide and self-harm prevention action plan 2017- 2020.

. 10.14655/11971-1102296 Health Service Executive Self-harm, Injury, Suicide Connecting for Life, Ireland’s National Strategy to Reduce Suicide, 2015-2020 aims ‘to support local communities’ capacity to prevent and respond to suicidal behaviour’ and action ...

The advocacy needs of mental health service users living in the community: a pilot study.

The report examines the need for independent, one-to-one advocacy supports for people who use mental health services and who need help to make decisions or access their rights and entitlements. The study surveyed 76 people who use mental health services i ...

Activities of Irish psychiatric units and hospitals 2016.

. 10.14655/11971-1102281 Antoinette Daly, Sarah Craig Hospital Admission Summary figures from 2016 There was an equal proportion of male and female admissions. The 20–24 years age group had the highest rate of admission, at 549.4 per 100,000 of the populat ...

Evidence review to inform the parameters for a refresh of A Vision for Change.

This report presents the results of an evidence review to inform the parameters of the planned refresh of mental health policy in Ireland ten years after the publication of the existing policy framework set out in A Vision for Change (AVFC). The approach ...

Evidence Review to Inform the Parameters for a Refresh of A Vision for Change

13.7.2017 This report presents the results of an evidence review to inform the parameters of the planned refresh of mental health policy in Ireland ten years after the publication of the existing policy framework set out in A Vision for Change (AVFC). Evi ...

Audit of the exercise by An Garda Sí­ochána of the provisions of Section 12 of the Child Care Act 1991.

In this audit, the Garda respondentsâ?T accounts of contemporary policing in Ireland highlights the increasingly diverse and demanding roles expected of members of An Garda Síochána, of which child protection is now firmly a part. Chapter 1: Introductio ...

National Self-Harm Registry. Report for January- June 2016. Interim report.

In the first six months of 2016, the Registry recorded 5,471 presentations to hospital due to self-harm. This is equivalent to the number recorded for the same period of 2015 (n=5,475). Drug overdose was the most common method of self-harm, involved in 67 ...

Connecting for life: Kerry. Suicide prevention action plan 2017- 2020.

. 10.14655/11971-1091129 Resource Office for Suicide Prevention Suicide, Self-harm The impact of suicide is devastating and far-reaching. It reverberates outwards through families, friends and communities. An issue that affects all of us so deeply can only ...

A programme for a partnership Government annual report 2017.

. 10.14655/11971-1091038 Department of The Taoiseach Housing, Homelessness, Rural Development, Disability, Older People, Mental Wellbeing On May 6th 2016, the new Partnership Government was formed, comprising Fine Gael, the Independent Alliance and Indepen ...

Presentations on alcohol, self-harm and suicide.

. 10.14655/11971-1091019 Institute of Public Health in Ireland Substance Misuse, Self-harm Alcohol, self-harm and suicide was the focus of an all-island seminar organised and live streamed by IPH on behalf of the North-South Alcohol Policy Advisory Group i ...

Young lives in Ireland: a school-based study of mental health and suicide prevention.

Globally, mental disorders are the largest cause of disability among those aged 10-24 years (1), with approximately half of all mental disorders emerging during adolescence, broadly the period between the ages of 12 and 18 (2-5). Suicide is one of the lea ...

10,000 Voices Regional Report: Experience of Paediatric Autism and CAMHS Project

The 10,000 Voices initiative is designed to capture the lived experience of people who use services and affords them an opportunity to tell their story in a way that enables services to change and improve. The survey was undertaken in partnership with the ...

Headline Annual Report 2014

10.14655/812546-815108 Headline National media monitoring, Mental health, Suicide Headline is Ireland's national media monitoring programme, working to promote responsible and accurate coverage of mental health and suicide related issues within the I ...

Talking got me through: Ireland impact report 2015/2016.

People contact Samaritans about a wide range of issues, including depression, relationship and family issues, loneliness, physical and mental health issues, alcohol, drugs, self-harm, financial worries, illness and exam pressures, as well as suicidal thou ...

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