This conference focuses on improving services and outcomes for people who self-harm including implementing the October 2018 Self-Harm and Suicide Prevention Competence Framework in practice.
“About 1 in 10 young people will self-harm at some point, but it can happen at any age. The research probably under-estimates how common self-harm is. It is usually based on surveys of people who go to hospital or their GP after harming themselves. However, we know that a lot of people do not seek help after self-harm. Some types of self-harm, like cutting, may be more secret and so less likely to be noticed.” The Royal College of Psychiatrists
This conference will enable you to:
- Network with colleagues who are working to improve services and outcomes for people who self-harm
- Reflect on the Lived Experience of a person who has self-harmed
- Learn from outstanding practice in the management of self-harm
- Update your knowledgeon national developments and learning including an extended focus on the implementation of the Self Harm and Suicide Prevention Competency Framework
- Examine what an effective self harm pathway should look like?
- Develop your skills in supporting people living with self-harm in the long term
- Understand how you can improve the response to self-harm in the emergency department
- Identify key strategies for involving and engaging families of people who self harm
- Ensure you are up to date with the latest evidence
- Self assess and reflect on your own practice
- Gain CPD accreditation points contributing to professional development and revalidation evidence