News and Events Archive
Congratulations to Dr Sharon McDonnell who was awarded 2nd place in the University of Manchester's staff volunteer of the year award. This was awarded to Sharon for all the fantastic work that she done in suicide bereavement.
Dr Sharon McDonnell was invited to present at the 51st Annual American Association of Suicideology Conference in Washington DC.
Another successful PABBS suicide bereavement training day in Manchester. Attendees included psychiatric nurses, serious incident investigators, prison staff and researchers etc. Scotland, Wales and England were represented on this training event. Feedback on the evaluation forms was exceptional.
Suicide Bereavement UK team attended the NSPA Conference at the Oval in London on January 31st 2018 to keep up-to-date with current findings in the field of suicide prevention. The following link, provides presentation slides.
We are thrilled that Papyrus have taken the time to include information about the National Suicide Bereavement Survey in their newsletter.
AOIC Conference told of new survey by expert
Dr Sharon McDonnell will be presenting pilot findings from the national suicide prevention survey in Westminster on the 15th November 2017, which has been kindly organised by Madeleine Moon (Bridgend MP). This research project is a collaboration between the University of Manchester an
The Global Mental Health and Cultural Psychiatry research group, based at the University of Manchester are organising the 7th Culture and International Mental Health Conference on the 8th November 2017.
Dr. Sharon McDonnell will be presenting her work in suicide bereavement research at the Independent Funeral Directors annual conference at the Leceister Tigers stadium, in Leceistershire.
Dr Sharon McDonnell is the Keynote speaker at the Association of Independent Celebrants annual conference on the 28th October 2017 and
Dr Sharon McDonnell is the keynote speaker at the Cruse Bereavement Care North East Region in Murton, Sunderland on Saturday October 14th 2017.
Sharon will be presenting at the Launch of ‘Paul’s Place’ today at Liverpool Athenaeum. This is a specialist FREE postvention bereavement counselling service, for those bereaved by suicide in Liverpool.