Black Dog Institute – Volunteers urgently required for study on preventing suicide in males

The Black Dog Institute is studying men’s experiences of depression and suicidal behaviour (thoughts, plans, attempts), with a view to discovering factors that contribute to, or interrupt suicidal behaviour, and factors contributing to taking action, or not taking action, during a suicidal crisis.  The study has been approved by the University of New South Wales Human Research Ethics Committee.

They are interested in conducting one-on-one interviews with men over the age of 18, who have made a suicide attempt between 6 and 18 months ago. In addition, they are interested in talking to adult family and friends who have been impacted by depression and suicidal behaviours.  

For more information please contact Michael Player PhD | Research Officer | Black Dog Institute P:02 9382 8368  or E:

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