Upcoming Non-IASP Events

18-21, April 2018
51st Annual AAS Conference
Washington, D.C.

51st Annual AAS Conference

28-30, May 2018
14th Summer Institute - Crises - Best Practices in Suicide Prevention Programme Evaluation
Montréal, QC

14th Summer Institute - Crises - Best Practices in Suicide Prevention Programme Evaluation

CRISE invites professionals, practitioners, stakeholders, researchers, students and anyone else interested in suicide prevention programme evaluation to participate in the 14th edition of its summer institute!

The three days of activities will provide an opportunity to develop an understanding of the necessary steps in conducting programme evaluations in suicide prevention, from the initial conceptualization to the evaluation of effects and the interpretation of findings.


29 August-10 September, 2018
CCCline 1333 / Bikeathon 2018
Sri Lanka

https://youtu.be/FESkRe0u0P0 - Full Video FtF
https://youtu.be/r6WpOpBf4u0 - FtF Nivendra - English
https://youtu.be/dmZacSGYpxY - FtF Sara - Tamil
https://youtu.be/p9FjZh-CUGg - FtF Ranil - Sinhalese

5-8, September 2018
17th European Symposium on Suicide & Suicidal Behaviour
Ghent, Belgium

17th European Symposium on Suicide & Suicidal Behaviour

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to attend the 17th European Symposium on Suicide and Suicidal Behaviour (ESSSB17), which will be held in Ghent, Belgium from 5-8 September 2018.

The scientific standard at the biennial European symposiums is now recognised as one of the best in the world, and over the years the European symposiums have become the most important international meeting in suicide and its prevention in Europe. During the symposium, researchers from all parts of Europe and from the rest of the world gather to present high-level scientific work, exchange knowledge and experience, and discuss implications for suicide prevention.

ESSSB17 aims at providing a high-quality, multidisciplinary scientific programme covering the most important aspects of suicidal behaviour and its prevention, and a dynamic platform for lively interactions and discussions. The focus of the scientific programme will be on state-of-the-art presentations as well as new insights from basic science and clinical research. Effects of therapeutic interventions and suicide prevention activities at various levels will be addressed particularly. There will be ample opportunities for young researchers to get involved and share their findings in an interactive scientific environment.

The vibrant city of Ghent offers a unique mixture of history, culture, gastronomy, and nightlife. In this context we are determined to organise a most stimulating congress and to make the stay in Ghent memorable, keeping in mind that the most important aspect for any congress is that participants feel part of it, and that they have the opportunity to learn and to exchange knowledge and ideas with colleagues and friends from around the world.


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