20th biennial congress – In-person – 8-10 Sep, 2022 Cambridge, UK

World Suicide Prevention Day 2022

On Saturday 10th September, we are pleased to promote World Suicide Prevention Day 2022, which coincides with the final day of our 20th Congress. To mark this occasion, we are promoting the latest epidemiological research in suicidality and self-harm, including through our closing plenary from Prof. Ann John. Here’s what to expect:

Showcasing the latest suicidality research in epidemiology & social psychiatry
Ann John

Ann John

Closing Plenary - PL5
Sat 10 Sep, 11:30 - 12:30
Concert Hall

“Tackling Trauma: adverse childhood experiences and suicidal behaviours”

Parallel Session Spotlight

Progress in the Epidemiology of
Suicidality & Self Harm - OP10
Sat 10 Sep, 08:30 - 10:00, Concert Hall

Showcasing seven talks on the epidemiology of self-harm and suicidality (see below)

Linda Ejlskov

Linda Ejlskov

ECR Keynote Prize Winner - ECR4
Sat 10 Sep, 10:45 - 11:00
Concert Hall

“Multilevel interactions between family & neighbourhood socioeconomic indices in relation to self-harm & violent criminality”
OP10: Progress in the Epidemiology of Suicidality & Self-harm: Latest Findings

08:30 – 10:00, Sat 10th Sep, Concert Hall

Chair: Trine Madsen, Danish Research Institute for Suicide, Denmark

  • OP10.01     COVID-19 symptoms, SARS-CoV2 infection and subsequent suicidal ideation in the French population-based EPICOV cohort: a propensity score analysis, Camile Davisse-Paturet, Paris-Saclay University, INSERM, France
  • OP10.02     Self-injury, suicidal ideation and -attempt and eating disorders in young people following the initial and second COVID-19 lockdown, Stine Danielsen, Danish Research Institute for Suicide, Denmark
  • OP10.03     Situational factors of mental health among health care workers during COVID-19 pandemic: results from the HEROES-CZ Longitudinal Study, Matěj Kučera, National Institute of Mental Health, Czech Republic
  • OP10.04     Utilisation and acceptability of formal and informal support for UK adolescents following self-harm before and during the first COVID-19 lockdown, Rohan Borschmann, University of Melbourne, Australia
  • OP10.05     Alcohol use and its association with suicide attempt, suicidal thoughts, and self-harm: results from the Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Surveys, Sarah Ledden, UCL, UK
  • OP10.06     Risk of suicide attempt and suicide associated with benzodiazepine: a nationwide case-crossover study, Marie Tournier, University of Bordeaux, France
  • OP10.07     Traumatic Brain Injury and Risk of Subsequent Suicide Attempt, Trine Madsen, Danish Research Institute for Suicide, Denmark

You can find full details of our Congress programme here.