Suicide Bereavement: Reflecting on Progress Fourteen speakers will present and focus on the following: The psychological impact on children; when their mother is murdered assisted suicide how the workplace responds to families when a colleague dies by suicide impact on NHS staff when a colleague dies by suicide impact on university staff when a student dies by suicide suicide and its impact on ethnic minorities in the UK; also low and middle-income countries guidance for professionals/organisations working with those with lived-experience the importance of police officers providing a compassionate response to those bereaved by suicide yoga as a therapy for those bereaved by suicide experiences of 3 dads walking22nd September 2022 @ 09:00 16:30 Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel; Portland Street; Manchester. M1 4PH
Suicide Bereavement UK conducts suicide bereavement research, provides consultancy on postvention and develops and delivers evidence-based suicide bereavement training. The team have considerable experience working in this field and have a unique skill set, which enables them to be considered leaders in this newly developing field in the UK. We also hold an annual international suicide bereavement conference in Manchester every September, where over 350 attend from 8 different countries.