Focused on strengthening research-practice connections and improving the evidence base
We are currently seeking a broad range of stakeholders to join the Suicide Prevention Research and Impact Network. Gain access to communication channels that link academics, policy makers, the community and voluntary sector, those with lived experiences and those in professional practice to further your work in the field of self-harm and suicide prevention. Keep up to date with the latest research, news and events and help to create a strong voice to support and strengthen evidence-based research, policy development and implementation, and evaluation and quality improvement practices.
The Suicide Prevention Research and Impact Network (SPRIN) is a newly established network which aims to strengthen research-practice connections in the field of suicide prevention and improve the evidence-base. This network is co-chaired by Dr Karen Galway, a Mental Health Lecturer at Queen's University Belfast and Professor Siobhan O'Neill, Interim Mental Health Champion and Professor of Mental Health at Ulster University. The network has three primary aims: