Safe Storage Statistical Analysis Plan – now available online!

We are excited to announce that the statistical analysis plan for the Wellcome Trust Safe Storage trial is now freely available to be viewed online. (click to download)

The purpose of the Safe Storage statistical analysis plan is to:

  1. Ensure that the analysis is appropriate for the aims of the trial, reflects good statistical practice, and that interpretation of a priori and post hoc analyses respectively is appropriate.
  2. Explain in detail how the data will be handled and analysed to enable others to perform the actual analysis in the event of sickness or other absence

World Suicide Prevention day – reach out and save lives

Jane Brandt Sørensen one of the PhD student affiliated with the Safe Storage trial has been involved with the production of a film to highlight the challenges faced in rural communities in Sri Lanka and highlights some of the fantastic work being done locally by staff members and students at the medical faculty of Rajarata University in the North Central Province of Sri Lanka. The film also briefly describes the Safe Storage trial.

Please take the time to watch the film and read the related article written by Jane.


Light a candle near a window @ 8pm on 10th Sept 2015

The Safe Storage team have made available, in sinhala, the International Association of Suicide Prevention (IASP) Light a Candle near a window post card. Please join us on the 10th September 2015 to remember lost loved ones, survivors of suicide and to support suicide prevention. light_a_candle_on_wspd_singhalese light_a_candle_on_wspd_english (1)

Coverage of the trial in Science Nordic

An engaging piece about the trail in Science Nordic, featuring our chief scientist Prof Flemming Kondrasen.

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Coverage of the trial in Swiss news

The trial was mentioned in a a recent online article on swissinfo, with quotes from our research manager Dr Melissa Pearson. Melissa in the news

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