Workplace bullying and suicidal behaviour

Although workplace bullying is considered a stressful life-event, there is scarce evidence about its’ role as a risk factor for suicide attempt and death by suicide. The aim of this project is to examine whether people who report to have been exposed to workplace bullying have higher rates of suicidal behaviour than those not exposed.

The project has received support from the Psychiatric Research Foundation, Region Southern Denmark

DRISP: Annette Erlangsen

Partners:

  • Paul Maurice Conway, Institut for Psykologi, Københavns Universitet
  • Thomas Clausen, Det Nationale Forskningscenter for Arbejdsmiljø, København
  • Annie Høgh, Institut for Psykologi, Københavns Universitet
  • Elsebeth Stenager, Department of Regional Health Research, University of Southern