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Mental health professionals invited to 2022 Suicide Prevention Summit

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Mental health professionals invited to 2022 Suicide Prevention Summit

By 5th September 2022No Comments

The 2022 Suicide Prevention Summit will take place this weekend, September 10 and 11 showcasing best practices and approaches to supporting populations at risk of – and impacted by – suicide.

Registration for this event is free – but extra perks, including 8-week extended access to session recordings, slides and post-session notes can be accessed for a £10 charge.

Suicide remains one of the leading causes of death in the UK and Ireland, and one of the world’s most pressing health challenges. Mental health professionals in Ireland and the UK are an essential piece in the continuum of care for suicidal people but must be prepared.

Mental Health Academy (MHA) and the British Psychological Society (BPS) have partnered on the hosting of 2022 Suicide Prevention Summit.

The purpose of this Summit is to equip clinicians and peer support workers with the most up-to-date, advanced knowledge and treatment options on suicide prevention leading to a tangible reduction in suicide rates.

To achieve that, 10 of the most highly respected experts on suicide have been brought together into this one online specialised Summit.

On September 10 & 11 next summit attendees will enjoy real-time, interactive access to 10 webinars.

They will then have on-demand streaming access to video recordings (see registration form link below for further details).

You can learn more and register here:

Click HERE for information on local suicide prevention supports and services.
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