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Dr Dee Knipe

Dr Dee Knipe

Dr Dee Knipe

Vice Chancellor's Fellow

Area of research

Social determinants of suicide and self-harm

Office CH 2.12
Canynge Hall,
39 Whatley Road, Bristol BS8 2PS
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Tel. +44 (0) 117 33 14574

Research summary

Dr Knipe is a mental health epidemiologist with an interest in life course risk factors for suicide and self-harm. Her work has explored the social determinants of mental ill health and has looked at the impact of national policies in reducing suicide deaths. Her work has primarily been in low and middle income countries. She has received two awards by the International Association for Suicide Prevention, the Andrej Marusic and De Leo Fund award for her suicide prevention work. 

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Dr Duleeka (Dee) Knipe is an epidemiologist with an interest in suicide and self-harm in low and middle income countries. She was funded on a Wellcome Trust doctoral fellowship to investigate the socioeconomic risk factors for suicidal behaviour in Sri Lanka at the University of Bristol. Her current work continues her work on the Wellcome trust funded large randomised controlled trial into the Safer Storage of pesticides as a means of suicide prevention. 

She was awarded an ESRC fellowship to help translate her research findings into policy and practice, and has subsequently secured an Elizabeth Blackwell Institute Vice Chancellor ...

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