Suicide and Self-Harm: Increasing EngagementAnglia Ruskin University
£ 9,250 - (Rs 7,62,550)
- Cambridge (England)
What you'll learn on the course
Prevention and public health medicine
“Explore current thinking on suicide and self-harming behaviours and consider the implications for practice”
Suicide and Self-Harm continues to be of major concern for health care professionals, often because the associated behaviours are in such conflict with the principles and motivations associated with being a healthcare practitioner.
During this workshop, you’ll explore the challenge of dealing with the confliction of preserving life and preventing harm, when faced with intentional death or high risk behaviour.
- Explore current thinking on suicide and self-harming behaviours and the implications for practice
- Consider what research into service users’ experience tells us about what is helpful
- Explore some of the myths relating to suicide and self-harm
- Explore what works from both professional and service users’ perspective