The Centre for Mental Health and Safety is an internationally recognised Centre for research into suicide, homicide and self-harm within the general population and within groups known to be at higher risk of these outcomes. The Centre is also home to research into the impact of mental illness on families and the experience of those bereaved by suicide. Our findings have shaped the development of national policy and had wide-ranging impact on professional practice in health and social care settings.
Our research areas
- Centre for Suicide Prevention
- Criminal Justice
- Epidemiological Research with National Danish Registers
- Suicide Bereavement Survey - The Impact of Suicide in the UK