The NSPA’s 6th suicide prevention conference 'Suicide prevention: from community to clinician' will take place at The Kia Oval in London on Tuesday 28 January 2020
You can find the full conference programme here.
The conference brings together over 300 individuals and organisations with a professional and personal interest in suicide prevention to share the latest knowledge and information, promote collaboration, encourage engagement with those with lived experience, and raise awareness of issues relating to suicide.
Featuring speakers including Nadine Dorries MP (Minister for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention and Patient Safety) and Professor Louis Appleby (Chair, National Suicide Prevention Strategy Advisory Group) this year’s conference will include plenary talks reflecting on the national strategy, exploring the implementation local plans, and sharing an emergency service’s approach to employee health and well-being.
Workshops will cover aspects of suicide prevention and bereavement support including children and young people, involving those with lived experience, self-harm, and preventing suicide in public places and be run by representatives from a diverse range of organisations across the public, private and VCSE sectors.
Find out more about the programme for the day here.
Questions? Answers to our most common queries can be found here.
Presentations, photos and full details from last year’s conference can be found here.