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HEADLINE PARTICIPATES IN PANEL DISCUSSION ON MENTAL HEALTH & SUICIDE ORGANISED BY UNIVERSITY LIMERICK

  Headline, Ireland’s national media monitoring programme for mental health and suicide, was privileged to take part in the symposium entitled: “The challenges in journalism practice and treatment of mental health related stories in Irish media” organised by University Limerick on 20 April 2017. The panel discussion primarily focused on the media coverage of murder suicide in …

Calling all budding journalists: Enter the 2017 Headline Media Awards

Calling all budding journalists: Enter the 2017 Headline Media Awards Enter the 2017 Headline Award for Student Journalism relating to Suicide or Mental Health Judged by Carl O’Brien, Education Editor with the Irish Times. Award info: Entries can cover any aspect of mental health or suicide prevention All forms of media will be considered; written, …

News Researcher position in Headline 2017

Headline is Ireland’s national media monitoring programme, working to promote responsible and accurate coverage of mental health and suicide related issues within the Irish media. Headline works with journalists, including the National Union of Irish Journalists, and media students to find ways to collaborate to ensure that suicide, mental health, and mental illness are responsibly covered in the media. Headline offers workshops, information sessions, literature, and daily analysis of news stories.