Norfolk Suicide Prevention Learning Event
Suicide is not inevitable; Suicide prevention is everyone’s responsibility. Every life lost to suicide is a tragedy with far reaching effects. But suicide is not inevitable and we can all play a part in tackling this issue together. This event is being held on Tuesday 12th September (9:30-16:15) held at The Space, Roundtree Way, Norwich, NR7 8SQ.
Publication Date: 16.08.2017
Norfolk has a higher than average rate of suicide, at 12.4 per 100,000 people compared to the England average of 10.2 per 100,000. The Norfolk suicide prevention strategy and action plan 2016-20 commits county partners to the ambition of reducing suicides.
The event is for anyone working with vulnerable adults or young people where suicide is a risk, and aims to equip them with the skills, knowledge and confidence to support those affected by suicide, with a focus on prevention.
This event is being staged as part of Safeguarding Adults Awareness Week - a free multi-agency suicide prevention learning event bringing together a range of county-wide developments linked into the Norfolk Suicide Prevention Strategy 2016-20.
The event aims to equip those working with vulnerable adults and children in Norfolk with the skills, knowledge and confidence to support those affected by suicide, with a focus on prevention. A variety of resources will be showcased, including locally developed tools and guidance, and a diverse range of knowledge, skills and experience shared so we can all work better together to support all those affected by suicide in Norfolk.
Norfolk Suicide Prevention Learning Event on Tuesday 12th September (9:30-16:15) held at The Space, Roundtree Way, Norwich, NR7 8SQ (map of location) in case this event is either relevant for you to attend, or you are able to share it with those it is. Your assistance would be appreciated.
Please click on this link to register for the event
Contact: Nicola Gregory, Public Health Officer, Public Health, Norfolk County Council
T: 07917 581128 E: email@example.com