25 February 2019
| Royal Statistical Society
Using data to inform suicide and self-harm prevention
What do we need to do to ensure the right data are available, analysed and communicated to address the major questions in suicide and self-harm reduction policy and practice?
There are many potential sources of data on suicidal thoughts, suicide attempts, non-suicidal self-harm and suicide. These can be used to understand and monitor the extent, nature, context, and inequalities in self-harm and suicide in England.
This day aims to bring together commissioners, data producers, research analysts, data users and others to improve awareness of data sources and challenges with data quality, accessibility, and coverage.
The event has been organised by the Royal Statistical Society and the National Centre for Social Research and will be first in a series of events celebrating the 50th anniversary of the National Centre for Social Research.
Details: Royal Statistical Society, Central London venue. 10am to 4.30pm, Monday 25th February 2019, London.
To view the event programme and register your place click here.
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