National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Safety in Mental Health annual reports – At Risk Populations

The National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Safety in Mental Health annual reports provide findings relating to people who died by suicide or were convicted of homicide across all UK countries. Additional findings are presented on sudden unexplained deaths (SUD) under mental health care in England and Wales.

Their large and internationally unique database is a national case series of suicide, homicide and SUD by mental health patients over 20 years. This allows them to examine the circumstances surrounding these incidents and changes in trends over time, and to make recommendations for clinical practice and policy to improve safety in mental health care.

National-Confidential-Inquiry-2019-33-590x830
National-Confidential-Inquiry-2019-3-590x830
National-Confidential-Inquiry-2017
National-Confidential-Inquiry-2016-1
National-Confidential-Inquiry-2015
National-Confidential-Inquiry-2014
National-Confidential-Inquiry-2013-1
National-Confidential-Inquiry-2012
National-Confidential-Inquiry-2011-1
National-Confidential-Inquiry-2010-1
National-Confidential-Inquiry-2009