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Dr Hayley Gorton Sep 19
Please consider completing the research (<10mins) so we can better understand pharmacy teams & suicide awareness. Lots of talk of training here at but think I'm the only one mentioning prevention. We need to lead the way! plz RT
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Caroline Clements Sep 22
A highlight of was the session on co-production by and What they did to create is the best example of fully integrated and equal working between stakeholders I've ever seen.
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Olivia Kirtley Sep 20
Fascinating talk by this afternoon about her meta-analysis of exposure to suicide attempts & deaths & how it relates to individuals' own suicidal ideation & behaviours. Good to also hear call for increasing rigor of measures & analyses in this area.
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BPD FFS sue sibbald Sep 17
I’m watching the tweets from this conference hoping to learn more about how to reduce suicide for the work that I do ... just adding many people are told they are attention seeking when suicidal particularly with the DX of ‘BPD’ this has to stop
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Dr Hayley Gorton Sep 19
Prof Webb highlighting that only 5% NICE CG133 pertains to primary care & & I know not much primary care research at this fab conference. Primary care is where the masses are. Mandate for change
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netECR Sep 20
Well done , great work! Brilliant to see so many of our members presenting their fascinating research at
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Judith Mclean Sep 20
All suicide prevention helplines should be recognisable nationally just as emergency services are. Northern Ireland crisis helpline Lifeline: 0808 808 8000
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Prof Tammi Walker Sep 17
En route to to present findings from our work with 😃
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Lorna Fraser Sep 19
Great to be joining international colleagues at to share good practice & Samaritans’ Media Guidelines work with UK media, supporting safe coverage of suicide!
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Karen Galway Sep 19
Really excited to be listening to present here at On Werther and Papageno effects in context of film making for
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Kamelia Harris Sep 18
Great talk by on resilience. “Resilience is not mental toughness.”
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Gregory Armstrong Sep 22
After an amazing it’s time for some comfort food and retail therapy. Thanks to all those who inspired with their commitment, took the risk to try something new, challenged orthodoxy in , or simply offered their love and encouragement. Much respect
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Luis Pérez Sep 26
Glad having supporting next World Congress that will be hosted by next year
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Nicole I. Bond Sep 20
So excited that has come to my beautiful home city of Derry! More excited that I get to be apart of it by volunteering and presenting some of PhD findings regarding mental health and wellbeing provisions in NI schools.
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Karen Wetherall Sep 21
Silvia Sara Canetto Keynote: the gender paradox of suicide- must look at cultural factors. Men and women adopt the suicide and self-harm 'scripts' that are expected of them. Methods used are often those that are culturally accepted and therefore 'legitimate'
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Colette Ramsey Sep 20
Matt Nock discusses the lack of technological advances in Suicide Prevention compared to other areas
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Matthew Nock Sep 20
Thanks for the invite and for an amazing !
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netECR Sep 20
Today one of our editorial team, is giving one of two ECR keynotes on her important work on harm minimisation. Find her at 12.30 in the main auditorium, millennium forum Not to be missed!
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ClareVictoriaFlynn Sep 20
Climate change is a suicide prevention issue says Absolutely, how can our young people lead happy, healthy and hopeful lives if their future is comprised by ?
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STEPS mental health Sep 20
Come see our poster and have a chat, Suicide Prevention from a rural community perspective
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