CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably) and Student Problems are looking for stories of suicide in universities so that we can begin to make a difference.
If you’ve lost someone to suicide at university or experienced feeling suicidal, we would really like to hear from you. We know it’s not easy to share your story and we are here to support you through the process.
Below we have attached a survey, which can be completely anonymous should you wish. Our aim with this is to learn more about students who are going through, of have been affected by suicide at university.
We have asked for your name and contact information at the bottom of the survey. You do not have to give us any of these details if you’d like your information to be anonymous.
If you do tell us, we promise to keep it confidential unless you would like to take part in making your story public – which we would talk to you about before we did. If you would like to make your story public, please consent for us to contact you at the bottom of this form. We will never reveal your identity alongside any part of your story without your permission, and we will always speak to you first even with your permission.
By telling us your story now, you consent to your quotes potentially being used anonymously.
If you feel comfortable with all of this the survey can be found by following this link, or at the bottom of this article. You don’t have to fill out everything and if you’d like to stop at any time, please do. Telling your story isn’t easy and it’s important you keep yourself safe.
If you would like more information about this survey please contact Anna Mullaney at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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If you’re currently experiencing a difficult time, there are services out there that can help. Please contact CALM on thecalmzone.net/help or call us from 5pm-midnight on 0800 58 58 58. Samaritans are available 24 hours a day on 116 123.