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Sarma, Kiran. 2008 ‘Responding to Firearms Assisted Suicide in Ireland.’ Irish Journal of Psychology; 26 (3-4), pp. 241-2. Dublin: 1 January

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According to the National Suicide Research Foundation, 8,547 suicides were recorded in Ireland between January 1st 1980 and December 31st 2003…

In that time 725 people committed suicide using a firearm, 30 people on average every year (SD = 8.9, max = 50, min = 14). The vast majority of these were male (n = 681).

[See Figure 1, p. 242]

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