Upcoming Non-IASP Events


24-27 April, 2019
AAS 52nd Annual Conference
Converging Fields, Expanding Perspectives
Denver, Colorado,

AAS 52nd Annual Conference


27-28 May, 2019
Triple i: Intuition, Imagination and Innovation in Suicidology International Conference
Piran, Slovenia

Triple i: Intuition, Imagination and Innovation in Suicidology International

We are pleased to invite you to the 10th TRIPLE i conference: intuition, imagination and innovation in suicidology, which will be held from 27th to 28th May 2019 in the charming seaside town of Piran (Slovenia).

TRIPLE i is an international annual conference organised by the Slovene Centre for Suicide Research (Andrej Marušič Institute, University of Primorska, Slovenia) in memory of the late Prof. Andrej Marušič (around the time of his birthday) with the aim of promoting intuition, imagination and innovation in research and prevention of suicide and suicidal behaviour.


13-15 June, 2019
6th Australian Postvention Conference
Building Hope Together
Sydney, Australia

6th Australian Postvention Conference

The 2019 Conference focuses on building hope together through the three main conference themes – encouraging resilience, incorporating lived experience and facilitating collaboration between stakeholders. The conference encourages the sharing and discussion of ideas, stories and research to bring positive outcomes for the postvention sector.


16-18 October, 2019
Annual National Conference 2019
Réconciliation - Honouring the Other
Edmonton, Canada

6th Australian Postvention Conference

As co-hosts of the annual Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (CASP) National Conference 2019, the Canadian Mental Health Association - Edmonton Region (CMHA-Edmonton), and Centre for Suicide Prevention (CSP) welcome you to Edmonton, Alberta, 16-18 October 2019.

Our conference theme of Reconciliation: Honouring the Other forefronts the need to heal relationships to drive connectedness, a key underpinning of suicide prevention. Whether we are focused on individual relationships, engaging with priority populations or fueling the suicide prevention network across Canada, reconciliation and honouring is needed.

All are welcome: suicide attempt survivors, persons impacted by suicide loss, caregivers, researchers, clinicians, and communities interested in suicide prevention. We invite you to submit an abstract to present at the 2019 CASP National Conference: Reconciliation: Honouring the Other.


5-8 November, 2019
World Mental Health Congress
Inclusive Approaches in Mental Health. Clinic, Community and Rights
Buenos Aires City, Argentina

World Mental Health Congress