World Suicide Prevention Day, observed on 10 September every year, exists as a platform to raise awareness of suicide and to promote preventative measures with the aim to reduce the number of suicides and suicide attempts globally.
At the 31st IASP World Congress held at the Gold Coast in September we are launching a series of exciting events designed to put Early Career Researchers in the spotlight.
The International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) will be partnering with Australia’s National Mental Health Commission for the IASP 31st World Congress to be held in Gold Coast, Australia in September this year.
IASP and the World Health Organization (WHO) recognise the need to encourage and support countries to develop, implement and evaluate national suicide prevention strategies.
The EU-funded “Mental Health Promotion and Intervention in Occupational Settings” project, known as MENTUPP, has just launched its Pilot Study to test its newly developed Hub.
The 74th World Health Assembly is currently underway and will run from 24th May – 1st June 2021.
An update from the co-chairs of National and Regional Representatives of IASP, from Ghana and Uruguay.
IASP provides awards for those who have contributed in a significant way to the furthering of the aims of the Association.
TRIPLE i in Suicidology is an international conference traditionally organized by the UP IAM Slovene Centre for Suicide Research. In recent years, the conference has developed into a platform for fruitful discussions…
Suicide remains a complex and persistent public health problem globally. Research is essential to enhance our understanding of suicide and its prevention.