Manchester Self-Harm Project (MaSH): Newsletters

Our occasional newsletters report news, collaborations and publications from the Manchester Self-Harm Project.

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Winter/Spring 2016

  • Does routinely collected hospital data accurately capture rates of self-harm presenting to general hospitals?
  • The importance of assessing hopelessness following self-harm.
  • Papers published in 2015
  • The Multicentre Study of Self-Harm in England One Day Conference

December 2014 (PDF 335kb)

  • MaSH Founder and Senior Project Manager Dr Jayne Cooper to retire
  • Self-harm in bi-polar disorder
  • Work presented to ESSB15 Conference 2014, 27th August to 30th August 2014
  • Evaluating risk scales for repeat self-harm
  • How does hospital management of self-harm affect future suicidal behaviour?

June 2014 (PDF 218kb)

  • In June 2014 we circulated the MaSH Poster designed for disseminating information about the work of the MaSH Project to a non-scientific audience.

December 2013 (PDF 321kb)

  • MaSH Biennial Report Self-Harm in Manchester 2010-2011
  • Psychosocial assessment after self-harm linked to better outcomes for patients
  • Work presented to IASP Conference 2013 - 24th-28th September 2013
  • Quality standard for Self-Harm
  • Visiting Collaborator
  • MaSH Project Manager

June 2013 (PDF 196kb)

  • Our research impact REF 2014
  • Premature death after self-harm A multi-centre cohort study
  • Service user perspectives on psychological assessment following self-harm and its impact on further help-seeking
  • Self-Harm in Manchester 2010-2011 report due this summer
  • Risk factors associated with self-harm repetition in BME groups

September 2012 (PDF 209kb)

  • 15th Anniversary and the next phase of the MaSH Project
  • National Suicide Prevention Strategy, Government policy influenced from Manchester
  • Self-Harm in England Conference, Derby Conference Centre, 13th March 2012
  • A tool for using alongside a full risk assessment in the Emergency Department Setting

September 2011 (PDF 148kb)

  • Outline of the MaSH Project
  • Multicentre Research
  • Research Papers Published
  • Research currently in progress
  • Research Governance