Speaking the Unspeakable An Intervention Journal webinar on suicide prevention and response

Join Intervention for a webinar on suicide prevention and response. Using the articles recently published in the special section on suicide prevention and response in the September issue as a starting point, the webinar aims to provide a space for dialogue, sharing
experiences and mutual learning.

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Together with panelists and attendees, we hope to encourage those present in trusting that action is possible in this very challenging aspect of MHPSS.

Four authors will open a dialogue together on this topic. The webinar also features a special message from Dr Lakshmi Vijayakumar, a psychiatrist with extensive knowledge and experience in suicide prevention and response.

Four authors with articles in the Intervention special section on suicide prevention and response will make up the panel:

Parbati Shrestha
Shrestha, P., Lama, S. M. T., & Nepal, R. (2021). An Initiative in Suicide Prevention: Best Practices, Challenges and Lessons Learnt from Nepal. Intervention, 19(2), 249-254

Hatem Marzouk
Marzouk, H. A. (2021). International Organization for Migration Iraq Mental and Psychosocial Support Programme Suicide Prevention Activities. Intervention, 19(2), 255- 260

Gail Theisen-Womersley
Theisen-Womersley, G. (2021). Suicide Prevention and Response Among Refugees: Personal Reflections on Self-Care for Frontline Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Workers. Intervention, 19(2), 261-265.

Ariel Zarate
Fischer, L., Zarate, A., Mozumder, K., Elshazly, M., & Rosenbaum, S. (2021). Barriers, Attitudes, Confidence and Knowledge of Mental Health and Psychosocial Humanitarian Staff in Cox’s Bazar

 

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