About this event
The NSPA annual conference brings together over 300 individuals and organisations with a professional and personal interest in suicide prevention to share the latest knowledge and information, promote collaboration, encourage engagement with those with lived experience, and raise awareness of issues relating to suicide.
This year’s conference will be now be held entirely online, there is no longer an in person event due to the changing Covid situation. Anyone who previously booked to attend in person will be automatically given access to the event online, and will be refunded the difference between an in-person and online ticket.
The conference will include plenary talks reflecting on the national strategy, lived experience involvement and diversity and inclusion in suicide prevention. Workshops will include preventing student suicide, implementing real-time surveillance, effective interventions for those who self-harm, online harms and safety planning.
Visit our website for further details, a full programme of the event and workshops.
The NSPA exists to play a coordinating role in suicide prevention. We facilitate collaboration between individuals and organisations to realise our vision of fewer people losing their lives to suicide and those affected by suicide receiving the best possible support.