The National Registry of Deliberate Self Harm 2012

The National Registry of Deliberate Self Harm in Ireland's annual report for 2012 from the National Suicide Research Foundation found that Alcohol was involved in 38% of all cases. While overall alcohol involvement decreased slightly from 2011, alcohol was significantly more often involved in male episodes of self-harm than female episodes (42% versus 36%, respectively). Alcohol may be one of the factors underlying the pattern of presentations with deliberate self-harm by time of day and day of week. Presentations peaked in the hours around midnight and almost one-third of all presentations occurred on Sundays and Mondays. In addition, the Registry identified an increased number of self-harm presentations to hospital associated with some public holidays.
September 9, 2013 - 5.9 MiB

Cheers? Understanding The Relationship Between Alcohol and Mental Health (Executive Summary)

The UK Mental Health Foundation has published a report called "Cheers? Understanding the Relationship between Alcohol and Mental Health" -Executive Summary (2006)
October 17, 2012 - 387.0 KiB

My World Survey (summary)

The My World Survey captures the views of almost 14,500 young people, making it the first national and most comprehensive study of youth mental health for those aged 12-25 years in Ireland.
August 31, 2012 - 357.7 KiB

My World Survey

The My World Survey captures the views of almost 14,500 young people, making it the first national and most comprehensive study of youth mental health for those aged 12-25 years in Ireland.
August 31, 2012 - 2.1 MiB