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New directions in male suicide prevention webinar

Suicide Prevention Australia is hosting a webinar on male suicide prevention during Men’s Health Week (Monday 15 to Sunday 21 June) as part of its Connect 2020 webinar series.

The webinar – new directions in male suicide prevention – takes place between 10.30am and 12.30pm on Tuesday 16 June and costs $60 to attend.

Speakers include Dr Zac Seidler and Brendan Maher of Movember, Professor Frances Kay-Lambkin and Marc Bryant of the sponsors LivingWorks Australia.  

In recent years men’s mental health has become one of the key issues in suicide prevention and mental health. The webinar will investigate the unique challenges of male suicide prevention, bringing a national and global perspective to one of the biggest issues in suicide prevention and mental health.

The speakers will explore the question: What is the evidence to inform our practice in the prevention of male suicide?

Connect 2020 is Suicide Prevention Australia’s webinar series bringing together thought leaders and innovators to share ideas and support our vision of a world without suicide.

Connect 2020 provides an opportunity to connect and learn from mental health and suicide prevention leaders. The webinars will explore a range of topics including mentally healthy workplaces, men’s health, carers and postvention.

Find out more and register

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