Sponsoring Organization/Entity:

International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP)

International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP)


 SOS Suicide Polynésie française

SOS Suicide Polynésie française


Co-sponsorship by the World Health Organization Regional Office for the Western Pacific

World Health Organization


French Polynesia L'Etat en Polynésie française


Fonds Pacifique

Fonds Pacifique


Syngenta Global

Syngenta Global



Abstract Submission

CALL FOR PAPERS

You are invited to submit an abstract describing an original research work that you wish to present – oral presentation or workshop – at the conference. All abstracts must be submitted in English or in French. Abstracts must present material in a clear manner and feature grammar and spelling of a quality suitable for publication.

Abstracts can be submitted online (see below); the deadline for submitting abstracts is 30 April, 2014.

If you are experiencing difficulties in using the online submission facility, please contact admin@iasp.info.

You may also prepare your abstract in PDF and email it to amadeo@mail.pf.

TOPICS

  1. Law and Ethics
  2. Migration and Minorities
  3. Social, Anthropological and Cultural Aspects
  4. Psychological Predictors
  5. Children and Adolescents
  6. Ageing and Elderly
  7. Non-Suicidal Self-Harm
  8. National Strategies and Suicide Prevention Centres
  9. Suicide Survivors and Postvention
  10. Psychotherapy
  11. Biochemistry, Genetics and Psychopharmacology
  12. School and Workplace
  13. Means Restriction

PLEASE NOTE

All presenters/delegates must pay their registration fees before their contributions can be included in the conference programme and published.

All abstracts will be evaluated by the Scientific Advisory Committee.

If you have any questions regarding conference symposia and workshops, please contact Dr Stéphane Amadéo, Chair of the Scientific Advisory Committee. amadeo@mail.pf.


Guidelines for Submission of Abstracts

Please read the following information carefully.

All abstracts should be written in English or in French. The authors are responsible for the contents as well as spelling and grammar.