The 2022 ESSSB Poster Awards continue the well-established tradition of collaboration between the Organisers of the ESSSB and the International Association for Suicide Prevention.
These Awards provide an excellent platform to encourage young researchers to present their work, offering a prize of IASP membership and jointly branded certificates to the winners.
A winner and runner-up were awarded for Thursday and dual winners awarded for Friday of the Symposium.
The international panel of judges were invited to review the presentations each day and rate the poster according to:
- Quality of study,
- Quality of visual presentation,
- Importance of study in the field of suicidology
We are delighted to offer our congratulations to the four researchers shortlisted and to showcase their valuable work.
Thursday Winner: Samantha Grooves (UK):
Poster Titled: Newspaper coverage of nurse suicide in the United Kingdom: A content analysis study
Thursday Runner Up: Louise La Sala (Australia):
Poster Titled: The #chatsafe project: Using social media to prevent youth suicide
Friday Winner: Charlotte Mühlmann (Denmark):
Poster Titled: Setting up a user panel of people with lived experiences and a suicide prevention website
Dual Friday Winner Caroline Daly (Ireland):
Poster Titled: Preventing intentional paracetamol overdose in countries with increasing rates and existing sales legislation