We research and evaluate

At Jigsaw, we know that mental health difficulties peak during teenage and early adult years. We also know that young people who experience mental health difficulties are unlikely to look for help. 

For these reasons, we are committed to conducting research and evaluation to:

  • understand Irish young people’s mental health needs
  • make sure that the services we and others provide are of a high quality and work for young people 
  • improve and be better at how we support young people with their mental health

Here you'll find out more about the research that we do and how it influences our work. 

Jigsaw Research and Evaluation Findings

Read some of the publications from Jigsaw Research

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Research Bursaries

The purpose of the research bursaries is to further enhance Jigsaw’s research agenda and to create links with researchers and academic institutions.

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My World Survey

An overview of the My World Survey from 2008 - 2012

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The Evidence Base for Jigsaw

Jigsaw has been developed from an extensive research base including research on the challenges faced by young people in Ireland.

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Jigsaw Infographics

The real time story of how many young people are using Jigsaw.

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Read our Research Blog

Read some of our blogs from the Jigsaw research team

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