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ONLINE Calm Care suicide awareness – 7 CPD Points for GP’s

A self-paced, online CALM Care suicide awareness program that has been accredited 7 CPD Points by RACGP. This 5-star rated, 3.5-hour program can be completed at your own leisure, in your own time from the comfort of your own home. Log-in and and log-out when you like, as many times as you like and easily take-up where you left off! Discover engaging Lessons broken down into captivating topics making it easy for you to navigate and keep track of your progress. This link will take you directly to the detailed curriculum and learning outcomes: https://courses.suicideprograms.com.au/courses/calm-care-suicide-awareness What you will learn: how to approach the person and make a connection how to determine if suicide is in their thoughts what to do about it, to ensure the person’s safety is addressed and they are protected from suicide how to use the ‘Calm Care’ app so that support is ongoing for the person as they work through their pain and distress What you will receive: 7 CPD points accredited by RACGP A 16-page booklet packed with information and examples of helpful responses and practical questions to ask at any stage of the conversation. Your downloadable workbook lists all relevant National helplines and websites […]

$79

KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE WEBINAR SERIES 2021-22 – Webinar 2

Turning ideas into solutions Webinar 2 - After Care Date: Tuesday 2 November 2021 Time: 11.00am – 12.30pm AEDT (Sydney/ Melbourne time) How to join: login details will be sent closer to the event Find out more and register The webinar series will focus on topics such as: •    Exploring safe spaces and their role in providing a non-clinical alternative •    Aftercare models and best practice implementation for broad community reach •    Communicating about suicide and stigma It’s heartbreaking to know that over 3,000 people die by suicide each year and we can never underestimate the impact that every life lost to suicide has on family, friends, workplaces and the broader community. As the national peak body for suicide prevention, Suicide Prevention Australia promotes quality improvement to build sector capability and allocates millions of dollars for research. We are dedicated to identifying and responding to gaps in knowledge, policy and practice. Sign up to the events mailing list to receive regular updates.

KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE WEBINAR SERIES 2021-22 – Webinar 3

Turning ideas into solutions Webinar 3 - Communicating about suicide Date: Tuesday 1 March 2022 Time: 11.00am – 12.30pm AEDT (Sydney/ Melbourne time) How to join: login details will be sent closer to the event Find out more and register The webinar series will focus on topics such as: •    Exploring safe spaces and their role in providing a non-clinical alternative •    Aftercare models and best practice implementation for broad community reach •    Communicating about suicide and stigma It’s heartbreaking to know that over 3,000 people die by suicide each year and we can never underestimate the impact that every life lost to suicide has on family, friends, workplaces and the broader community. As the national peak body for suicide prevention, Suicide Prevention Australia promotes quality improvement to build sector capability and allocates millions of dollars for research. We are dedicated to identifying and responding to gaps in knowledge, policy and practice. Sign up to the events mailing list to receive regular updates.