The COVID-19 pandemic has been disruptive across all sectors, not least in the field of international research. The SASHI project has not been immune to these challenges, but work has continued.
Publication date: 30 September 2020
In April 2019 I attended the SNEHA (http://www.snehasuicideupdate2019.com/) suicide update conference, at Chennai, India. This was a great opportunity to hear about recent developments in research and practice for suicide and suicide prevention, from around the world.
Publication date: 27 June 2019
Internet and mobile technology is changing the way we think about healthcare and intervention. This is the case not just for physical but also mental health. Psychological therapies for prevalent mental health difficulties including depression and anxiety can be delivered via internet websites and through mobile-phone applications (referred to as eHealth and mHealth, respectively) and evidence suggests such approach can be beneficial.
Publication date: 11 June 2019