Self-harm, Suicide Prevention
& Postvention Conference
Friday 13th June 2014,
Jubilee Campus Nottingham University
“Could anything have been done to make a difference?” This is
not an uncommon question from those bereaved by suicide or
indeed from carers and relatives of someone who has selfharmed.
In partnership the East Midlands Self-harm and Suicide
Prevention Research Network (EM-SRN), Institute of Mental
Health/University of Nottingham Managed Innovation Network
(MIN) for School Age Suicide & Self Harm, the East Midlands
CLAHRC study E-DASH, Harmless, Samaritans and Derbyshire
Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust are hosting a conference to
explore on-going clinical experiences and research within our
region around the areas of self-harm, suicide prevention and
bereavement by suicide.
Attendance costs £27.50 (includes refreshments & buffet lunch).
If you are
interested in attending, please register at:
For any further information, please contact Jenny Ness at:
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The Challenges of Tackling Self-Harm and Suicide in School Age Children and Young People
Date(s)Friday 24th January 2014 (09:30-16:15)Contact
To register your place on this conference, please visit our online shop.
The cost is £20 (£12 for students), which includes lunch and refreshments.
This conference will offer a collaborative opportunity for participants to share knowledge about the challenges that face all of us when encountering suicide and suicidality in children and young people. The conference will be of value to health professionals, teachers, counsellors and colleagues working with looked after children.
Professor Ella Arensen
Professor Arensen has been involved in numerous international research consortia including the WHO/Euro Multicentre study on Suicidal Behaviour, Child and Adolescent Self Harm (CASE), Network for International Collaboration on Evidence (NICE-SP), the European Alliance Against Depression (EAAD), Optimised Suicide Prevention programmes and their Implementation in Europe (OSPI-Europe) and Preventing Depression and Increasing Awareness through Networking in the EU (PREDI-NU).
Professor Rory O’Connor
Professor O’Connor is involved in work with the Suicidal Behaviour Research Laboratory, Institute of Health & Wellbeing, College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences, Mental Health & Wellbeing and the University of Glasgow.
Other speakers and participants:
Dr Nigel Chapman – former Notts Coroner
Dr Ellen Townsend – School of Psychology, University of Nottingham
Charley Baker – Health Sciences, University of Nottingham
Professor Nick Manning – Director of Institute of Mental Health
Maire Armstrong – CAMHS nurse consultant in self-harm
Dr Gary Winship – School of Education, University of Nottingham
Keith Waters – Honorary Research Fellow, University of Nottingham
Caroline Harroe – Harmless
The programme for the event is being finalised and you will be able to view it on this page as soon as available.
The proceeds will go to charity.
I am looking for contributions from those who have attempted suicide, or been affected by the attempted suicide, or suicide of a loved one.
I need up to 3,000 words with an optional 100/200 word biography which can include an email address and I need these contributions by the end of September 2012
If you are interested in contributing to this book or would like to discuss please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org