The annual international suicide bereavement conference was a great success, thanks to the excellent speakers, delegates and volunteers.
News and Events Archive
The annual international suicide bereavement conference is a collaboration between Suicide Bereavement UK and Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust.
Dr Sharon McDonnell (Director of SBUK and Honorary Research Fellow) launched the National Suicide Bereavement Survey at the SBUK's International Conference in Manchester on Septemebr 26th 2017.
Launch of National Suicide Bereavement Survey
Dr Sharon McDonnell provided expert testimony on suicide bereavement to the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) committee on Friday 8th September 2017, which is currently developing guide
Dr. sharon McDonnell is presenting in Birmingham at a seminar entitled ‘Supporting Suddenly Bereaved Children and Young People’
Dr. Sharon McDonnell is presenting at Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust conference entitled Suicide Prevention: Safer Mental Health Care.
Professor David Mosse organises this service held at St Martin-in-the-Field, Trafalgar Square, London, for those bereaved or affected by suicide.
This event leads the way, as it focuses on the importance of focusing on the mental health of staff working in emergency services.
The National Suicide Prevention Alliance (NSPA) is an alliance of public, private and voluntary organisations in England who collaborate to help reduce suicide and support those bereaved or affected by suicide.
Dr. Sharon McDonnell presented her work to health professionals at South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust at their Patient Safety Learning Event.
Dr. Sharon McDonnell presented at the Royal College of Psychiatrists Suicide and Self Harm learning event.
The cross-Government National Suicide Prevention Strategy for England was published in 2012.
This is a toolkit to help suicide bereavement services plan an evaluation using a 12 step approach.
The steps and processes in this section have been drawn from the practices of existing suicide postvention support services in England, with input from organisations delivering support services and from people bereaved or affected by suicide.