Every year TRIPLE i delivers on its mission to encourage intuition, imagination and innovation in research and prevention of suicide and suicidal behaviour, and 2021 was no different.
It’s now more than 18 months since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Almost 4 million people have lost their lives and 200 million people have been diagnosed with COVID around the globe.
A key concern for our IASP community remains the potential impact of the pandemic and the associated restriction measures on public mental health and suicide rates.
When It Is Darkest: Why People Die By Suicide is an incredible resource, which combines personal anecdotes and research in a poignant and sensitive way.
IASP and the World Health Organization (WHO) recognise the need to encourage and support countries to develop, implement and evaluate national suicide prevention strategies.
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.
Suicide remains a complex and persistent public health problem globally. Research is essential to enhance our understanding of suicide and its prevention.
We are thrilled to invite you to the 12th Triple i Virtual Conference, a collaborative event brought to you by Slovene Centre for Suicide Research, De Leo Fund Onlus and the International Association for Suicide Prevention.