Public Health

Testimonials

Public Health England

We are pleased to let you know that ‘Support after Suicide: A guide to providing local services’ is now available on the Public Health England website . Guidance on ‘Developing and delivering local suicide postvention support’ and ‘Evaluating local suicide postvention support’ is also available on the NSPA website. Public Health England and the National Suicide Prevention Alliance would like to thank you for your impressive support in helping create them. We know a phenomenal amount of work has gone in to developing these and your expertise has been greatly appreciated throughout this process.
Public Health England

Margaret Connelly, Major Incident Response Team (MIRT), North Yorkshire & City of York, North East

I currently work in the UK and Africa during and after traumatic incidents. To find someone with Dr Sharon McDonnell’s enthusiasm to bring training and research to frontline specialists is truly inspirational. Sharon brings speakers with innovative, factual and evidence-based experiences, giving practitioners the opportunity to network and build a knowledge bank to enhance our work around the world. This research is key to building a greater knowledge to improve our practice. It was an honour to hear experiences from other practitioners, thank you.
PABBS training – Manchester – July 2018

Mark Turner, Safeguarding Children in Education Officer, Telford and Wrekin Council, West Midlands

I thoroughly enjoyed the Suicide Bereavement Course in Manchester in 2018. It was thought provoking and had a range of professionals in attendance which gave different views to the subject. I came away with skills and strategies that I intend to use in my role in Telford & Wrekin Council as the Safeguarding Children in Education Officer.
PABBS training – Manchester – February 2018

Nicky Maunder, Public Health Commissioning Officer, Gloucestershire County Council, Gloucester

We commissioned the Postvention: Assisting those Bereaved By Suicide (PABBS) course to find out how useful it is in increasing understanding across organisations supporting those who have been bereaved by suicide.  The feedback we’ve received (all of which has been positive) has demonstrated that it is very valuable to those who provide that important support to people who have been bereaved.
PABBS in-house training – Gloucester – February 2018