Data slides and presentations 

Download our data slides and watch our presentations on mental health patient suicide and homicide below.

Please acknowledge NCISH as the source of this information.

 

8th NCISH conference, May 2022

The findings and recommendations from NCISH’s 2022 Annual Report and recent research findings from the Centre for Mental Health and Safety were presented at the 8th NCISH conference in May 2022. 

We were joined by our Chair Jacqui Morrissey (Samaritans), guest speakers 3 Dads Walking (Andy Airey, Tim Owen and Mike Palmer), and panellists Professor Jenny Shaw (NCISH Head of Homicide Research) and Professor Ann John (Swansea University). Recordings of our conference are available on YouTube:

7th NCISH conference, June 2021

The findings and recommendations from NCISH’s 2021 Annual Report and NCISH’s study of suicide by middle-aged men were presented at the 7th NCISH virtual conference in June 2021. 

We were joined by our Chair Dr Kate Lovatt (Royal College of Psychiatrists), guest speaker Steve Gilbert (suicide attempt survivor and Anti-Racism consultant), and panellists Professor Jenny Shaw (NCISH Head of Homicide Research) and Dr Jacqui Dyer (Mental Health equalities advisor, NHS England and Health Education England). Recording available on YouTube: 

 

UK-wide data slides 

The following series of slides present data items previously published in our report Avoidable Deaths (2006) but which were not included in our Annual Report. The findings are based on the period 2009-2019. Due to a reduction in our homicide programme, we only present general population homicide characteristics and the number of homicides by people in contact with mental health services. Homicide data for Northern Ireland are not included, due to small numbers. 

 

UK-wide data slides (homicide)

The following series of slides are based on the period 2006-2016. This is the last period for which we present detailed characteristics for patient homicide. Due to small numbers, homicide data for Northern Ireland and Wales are not included. 

 

Suicide by middle-aged men

The findings and recommendations from NCISH’s study examining suicide by middle-aged men were presented at out 7th Annual Conference in June 2021.

Suicide by children and young people

The findings and recommendations from NCISH’s study examining suicide by children and young people were presented at an event on 8 October 2019 – a collaborative event hosted by NCISH and STORM Skills Training. 

 

The Assessment of Clinical Risk in Mental Health Services 

The findings and recommendations from NCISH’s study of the assessment of clinical risk in mental health services were presented at our 5th annual conference in October 2018.