Irish suicide bereavement survey

Irish suicide bereavement survey

On Tuesday 5th October, the National Suicide Research Foundation (NSRF) and Healing Untold Grief Groups (HUGG) launched the Irish Suicide Bereavement Survey. This first-of-its-kind study aims to explore the experiences and support needs of adults who have been bereaved or affected by suicide in Ireland.

The survey is open to adults in Ireland who have been bereaved by suicide (such as family and friends) as well as the wider circle of people who may have been affected by the death (such as emergency service staff, health professionals caring for the person, first responders to the death, neighbours or other members of the community who may have had contact with the person who died by suicide).

If you have been bereaved or affected by suicide, we are asking you to share your experiences by completing this anonymous survey.

If you are interested in participating, click here:

On this webpage, you can find out more about the survey and view a detailed participant information leaflet.

You can follow updates on the research @NSRFIreland and @HUGGIreland or via the survey hashtag: #SuicideAfterWords

For more information on local bereavement-related supports and services click HERE.