The National Suicide Prevention Research Fund was established by the Commonwealth Government to support world-class research into suicide prevention and facilitate the rapid translation of knowledge into more effective services for individuals, families and communities.
Suicide Prevention Australia commissioned KPMG Australia to perform significant new research mapping the experience of consumers and carers in the suicide prevention system, and analysing the economic impact of key touchpoints. The research was commissioned under the National Suicide Prevention Research Fund. Read the full report here.
The Commissioned Evidence Checks and Research Reports were prepared for the National Suicide Prevention Adviser and the National Suicide Prevention Taskforce, commissioned through the National Suicide Prevention Research Fund, managed by Suicide Prevention Australia.
Find out more information about research grant opportunities here.