The National Suicide Research Foundation, Ireland, in collaboration with University College Cork, AIT SynthSCS Project (HEA Innovation and Transformation Fund 2018), the Health Service Executive National Office for Suicide Prevention and Ulster University, is hosting a Seminar for Early-Mid Career Researchers who are working in the area of Suicide, Self-Harm and Mental Health.
This seminar is free and open to all.
The seminar programme will have three parts:
- Morning: Presentations by Early and Mid-Career Researchers
- Afternoon: Masterclasses presented by experts in mental health, suicide prevention, occupational health and clinical trials
- Afternoon: Launch of 2018 National Self-Harm Registry Ireland Annual Report and the World Health Organisation resource for filmmakers and others working in stage and screen
Expert led masterclasses will include;
- Mental health promotion and suicide prevention in occupational settings
- Mental health among the student population
- Randomised control trials – benefits and challenges for mental health research
- Suicide and self-harm surveillance – from local to global
- Grant writing – do’s and don’ts
Register at our Eventbrite page here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/world-mental-health-day-seminar-for-early-career-researchers-registration-68766206575
For more information, including how to submit abstracts, visit: https://www.nsrf.ie/world-mental-health-day-2019-seminar/