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Northern Ireland lifestyle and coping survey

O'Connor, Rory and Rasmussen, Susan and Hawton, Keith (2010) Northern Ireland lifestyle and coping survey. [Report]

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Abstract

The Northern Ireland Lifestyle and Coping Survey (NILCS) was commissioned by the Northern Ireland Suicide Strategy Implementation Body. The survey was undertaken by the University of Stirling (led by Professor Rory O’Connor) in partnership with colleagues at University of Oxford (Professor Keith Hawton) and University of Strathclyde (Dr Susan Rasmussen). A clinical psychologist (Dr Mark Conachy) based in Northern Ireland was an advisor on the project. Michelle Scott (University of Stirling) was the research assistant employed on the project.