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Zero Suicide – A New Zealand Response

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Thank you for your interest in this event, Zero Suicide – A New Zealand Response meeting. Zero Suicide is a global movement that has called upon and joined together suicide prevention experts from across the globe; to research, evaluate and share prevention successes. In addition to this meeting, we are working with key partners on other events with the aim of addressing the complex issues around this topic in a collaborative way.

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Zero Suicide is an International Movement.
Suicide is a complex, multi-faceted, biological, psychological and societal problem with limited prevention resources. Zero Suicide is a global movement that has called upon and joined together suicide prevention experts from across the globe; to research, evaluate and share prevention successes. The result is continuous improvement and dissemination of tools and instructions for health care professionals, equipping them for effective and caring interactions with those experiencing the despair of suicidal thoughts. The movement is based upon a foundational belief that suicide deaths are preventable.

What Zero Suicide Does Not Mean
Zero Suicide is NOT a zero tolerance approach. Clinical professionals often carry a heavy burden related to suicide, and the Zero Suicide movement is intended to empower them in their efforts to aid others, not to shame them or increase their loads. Similarly, the Zero Suicide movement exists to support those experiencing suicidal thoughts, freeing them from the shame and stigma that surrounds suicide and giving them voice, while helping them find purpose in life.

Rediscovering Hope
Zero Suicide reflects a commitment by healthcare leaders to strive to make suicide a “never” event, so that not one person dies alone and in despair. To achieve this goal, a culture must be cultivated where caring, confident and competent staff are supported to continuously improve and learn together. Patients are encouraged to rediscover hope and find ways to survive (and thrive) so that they can reengage with–and contribute to–the communities in which they work, play and live.

Who Should Attend?
If you are working within the health or behavioural health care sectors, or are supporting people with suicidal thoughts, this workshop will provide inspiration, challenges and hope. It will appeal to managers, case workers and policy developers. Places are limited and will go fast – so book early.

Speakers

Shaun Robinson

Shaun Robinson - Chief Executive, Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand

Moira Clunie

Moira Clunie - Research Development & Advocacy Manager, Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand

Ann Dysart

Ann Dysart, National Manager, E Tu Whānau.

Venue

Thursday 9 March 2017 – Auckland

1.00pm – 5.00pm

(Welcoming tea / coffee from 12.30pm)

Venue:  Jet Park Airport Hotel

63 Westney Rd, Mangere

Auckland

Ph:  09 275 4100

Registration

Registration – only $35.00 + GST

You may pay by credit card or by invoice.
You will be prompted to select your option as you go through the payment system.

Included in the registration are :

  • Welcoming coffee/tea and afternoon tea
  • Networking session
  • Inspiration!

There are 3 steps in the online booking process. You will receive an automated confirmation email. If you have any issues or questions about your booking, please contact Faye Johnson on 06 878 3456 or email: faye@grow.co.nz

Cancellation

What happens if you have to cancel?

Should you be unable to attend, a substitute delegate is welcome at no extra cost.

Regrettably, no refund or credit note can be issued, however, you will be sent the meeting materials upon request.

Delegates are responsible for their own travel/ accommodation bookings and no compensation will be made should the workshop be rescheduled or cancelled.

Please note: GROW Ltd reserves the right to make any amendments that we may deem to be in the best interest of the workshop – it is however very unlikely and we will notify you as soon as possible should this occur.

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