If you use the internet, are aged 18 or over and have been in contact with mental health services with suicidal thoughts and/or behaviours, the Molly Rose Foundation (MRF) is asking whether you would consider contributing to this study on suicide related internet use of people in the UK.
Conducted by research assistant and PhD candidate Lana Bojanić at the National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Safety in Mental Health (NCISH) at the University of Manchester, insights from the study will be used to inform and improve patient safety and care.
The study aims to recruit people in contact with mental health services to share their experiences with suicidal ideation and the internet and provide insight into how the two interact and create potential risks and benefits.
Bojanić told the MRF: “I believe that the experiences of people in contact with mental health services are necessary to obtain an accurate picture of the clinical and internet environment they are in.”
To participate in the survey anonymously, click here.
If you’re struggling just text MRF to 85258 so you can speak to a trained volunteer from Shout, the UK’s Crisis Text Line service