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New Approaches to Preventing Suicide : A Manual for Practitioners - Tony Ryan

New Approaches to Preventing Suicide

A Manual for Practitioners

By: Tony Ryan (Editor), David Duffy (Editor), Hári Sewell (Contribution by)

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Published: 15th September 2004
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This book explores the links between self-harm and suicide and presents international approaches to training in suicide prevention for professionals. It debates the legality and morality of assisted self-harm and analyse the rate and causes of suicide among specific groups, people in custody and people with mental illnesses.

Foreword, Louis Appleby, National Director for Mental Health in England. 1. Introduction, David Duffy, Bolton Salford and Trafford Mental Health NHS Trust and Tony Ryan, Health and Social Care Advisory Service and Manchester University. 2. Assessing Suicide Risk, Jayne Cooper and Navneet Kapur, Centre for Suicide Prevention, University of Manchester. 3. Primary Care, Barry Lewis, Rochdale Primary Care Trust. 4. A&E and Mental Health Liaison, Alison Pearsall, Lancashire Care NHS Trust, Bury, and Tony Ryan. 5. Mental Health In-patient Settings, Nick Bowles, Preferred Futures and University of Bradford. 6. Community Mental Health Services, Nigel Crompton and Peter Walmsley, Mersey Care NHS Trust. 7. Young Men, Mike Smith, Freelance consultant and Health and Social Care Advisory Service. 8. Prisons, Jo Paton and Jo Borrill, Safer Custody Group, HM Prison Service. 9. Black and Minority Ethnic Groups, H??ri Sewell, Camden and Islington Mental Health and Social Care Trust. 10. Assisting Self-harm: Some Legal Considerations, David Hewitt, Hempsans Solicitors. 11. `Shouting at the Spaceman' - A Conversation about Self-harm, Clare Shaw, Service user consultant, and Christine Hogg, University of Salford. 12. Adolescents, Gemma Trainor, Bolton Salford and Trafford Mental Health NHS Trust. 13. The Role of the National Confidential Inquiry in Relation to Suicide Prevention, Jo Robinson and Harriet Bickley, National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Homicide by People with Mental Illness.14. Using Audit, Lester Sireling, Barnett, Enfield & Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust. 15. Carrying out Internal Reviews of Serious Incidents, Suzette Woodward Kathryn Hill and Sally Adams, National Patient Safety Agency. 16. Developing Training Packages, Jenny Droughton, Cheshire and Wirrall Partnership NHS Trust, Linda Gask, Lancashire Care NHS Trust and the University of Manchester, Gill Green, STORM co-ordinator and Clare Dixon, University of Manchester.17. International Perspectives in Suicide Prevention, Education and Training, Richard Ramsay, University of Calgary, Canada. 18. Supporting Staff and Patients after a Suicide, Victoria Pallin, University of Manchester. 19. Samaritans: Working with Everyone, Everywhere, Sarah Nelson and Simon Armson, Samaritans. 20. PAPYRUS: An Example of Voluntary Sector Work. Tony Cox, Anne Parry and Anna Brown, PAPYRUS. 21. Community Whole-System Approaches, Jude Stansfield, National Institute for Mental Health in England and Pippa Sergeant, Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM). 22. Useful Resources, Rowan Purdy, National Institute for Mental Health in England. The Contributors. Indexes.

ISBN: 9781846420108
ISBN-10: 1846420105
Format: PDF
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 384
Published: 15th September 2004
Edition Number: 1