Suicide Bereavement Survey
The University of Manchester, in collaboration with the Support after Suicide Partnership (SASP) – the UK’s hub of suicide bereavement organisations – are conducting a national suicide bereavement study. The aim is to help improve care and support for those bereaved or affected by suicide.
The study looks into the experiences of people who are bereaved or have been affected by suicide, so the researchers are conducting a large-scale survey to identify the experiences of people bereaved or affected by suicide in the UK. They would like as many people as possible to complete the anonymous online survey by the 30th of June.
More information and access to the survey can be found at www.supportaftersuicide.org.uk/research and http://research.bmh.manchester.ac.uk/cmhs/research/Impactofsuicide/
Read a blog post about the research and Public Health England’s work on suicide prevention: https://publichealthmatters.blog.gov.uk/2018/05/29/support-after-suicide-key-to-suicide-prevention/