Barry McGale is the keynote speaker at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Survivor Day Conference on the 19th November 2016
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This one day event is hosted by the IWG for Death, Dying and Bereavement and co hosted by members from Scotland, Wales and Ireland and is being supported by the Scottish Government.
Those bereaved or affected by suicide always outnumber the deceased and are also at increased risk of suicide. Despite this little is known about the impact of suicide in the UK and how to best support the bereaved.
October 2016: The National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Homicide by People with Mental Illness have published their report.
Public Health England have published a document which highlights mental health promotion and prevention training programmes.
The Centre for Mental Health and Safety based at the University of Manchester are hosting a conference entitled ‘Making Mental Health Care Safer: 20 years of the National Confidential Inquiry’
This document has been designed to guide health and well-being boards, commissioners etc to understand why caring for those bereaved by suicide (termed as postvention) is a key aspect of local suicide prevention.
Suicide Bereavement UK host their national annual suicide bereavement conference in collaboration with Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust.
Dr. Sharon McDonnell presents her research on suicide bereavement at the SPIN conference, organised by NHS England and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
If U Care Share Foundation (IUCSF) launched its latest campaign “Inside Out” on Worldwide Suicide Prevention Day an annual event, which takes place on the 10th September.
Dr. Sharon McDonnell is presenting at Leeds Suicide Bereavement Service event held on World Suicide Day, entitled ‘Suicide We Know it Happens Let’s Talk About It’ at Leeds City Museum.
Dr. Sharon McDonnell is presenting her research at the 12th annual suicide prevention symposium at Himley Hall Dudley.
The ESSSB16 will be a tailored congress with an integrative and holistic focus on suicide and suicidal behaviours.
One of Public Health England’s (PHE) key priorities is to improve the population’s mental health, well-being and prevent mental illness and suicide.