ACT Suicide Prevention Collaborative
LifeSpan is a new, evidence-based, integrated approach to suicide prevention in the ACT.
LifeSpan involves the simultaneous implementation of nine key strategies that have been shown to reduce suicide into one community-led approach.
As a key component of LifeSpan, the first ACT Suicide Prevention Collaborative is being held on Thursday 29 November 2018.
Anyone with an interest in suicide prevention is welcome to attend.
The Collaborative is an important opportunity for members of the community to get together to network, share information and discuss matters relating to suicide prevention.
Attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about LifeSpan, as well as planned activities taking place as part of LifeSpan in the ACT. Guest speakers Dr Michelle Tye (Research Fellow, Deputy Research Director, Black Dog Institute) and Isabel Zbukvic (Research Manager, LifeSpan, Black Dog Institute) will provide an overview of LifeSpan
- Where: Auditorium, Canberra Hospital
- When: Thursday 29 November 2018, 12.00pm to 2.00pm
- RSVP: to the Office for Mental Health and Wellbeing by 27 November 2018
For more information about LifeSpan visit the LifeSpan page.