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  • News and Annoucement | International Association for Suicide Prevention
    THE LIFESPAN Yeates Conwell Connectedness and the prevention of suicide in later life Ping Qin Suicide in early and middle adulthood risk factors and prevention challenges Keith Hawton Suicidal behaviour in adolescents and youth developmental cross cultural and prevention perspectives PLENARY 5 SURVEILLANCE AND EPIDEMIOLOGY OF SUICIDE AND SUICIDE ATTEMPTS Paul Corcoran Surveillance and epidemiology of suicide and suicide attempts in Ireland Cindy Classen Changing Paradigms The Characterization of Suicide in DSM V and ICD 11 Stephen Platt Inequalities in suicidal behaviour evidence and implications PLENARY 6 SOCIAL SUPPORT NETWORKS AND SUICIDE PREVENTION POSTVENTION 1 Ad Kerkhof Efficacy of a web based self help course for reducing suicidal thinking 2 Jane Pirkis Media reporting in the aftermath of a suicide 3 Onja Grad Postvention for different groups in different cultures PLENARY 7 THEORIES AND MODELS OF SUICIDAL BEHAVIOR 1 Brian Mishara Understanding the relationship of suicidal behavior with mental illness 2 Birthe Loa Knizek Understanding suicidal behaviour in the framework of communication 3 Konrad Michel Understanding suicide in the context of goal directed action systems Call for Symposia Workshops and Panels We encourage persons interested in organizing a symposium workshop or panel to submit proposals by the 30 April deadline These activities will be put into 90 minute time slots so they could accommodate 3 6 speakers depending on how long each speaker presents and how much time is left for general discussion We are particularly interested in symposia workshops or panels organized by persons from different countries Proposals for symposium workshop panel should be submitted by e mail to Ms Xiaoxiao Jiang academic iaspchina org Abstracts for each paper presented during the symposium workshop panel should be submitted as usual by the speakers on the Congress website http paper iaspchina org en by 30 April 2011 These submitted abstracts should indicate that the abstract is part of a proposed symposium and give the title of the proposed symposium Proposals for symposia workshops or panels will not be considered if the corresponding abstracts for the presentations have not been submitted We can consider only one symposium proposal from each individual If you are interested in organizing a symposim a workshop or a panel please submit a 1 2 page proposal that briefly describes what you plan to do The proposal should include the following content Format Symposium Workshop or Panel Title of Symposium Workshop Panel Summary of the goals content and format of the symposium 200 300 words Chairperson s Speakers Topic of each talk and abstract number provided at time of submission Three educational objectives for the activity Proposals will be reviewed by the scientific committee for the Congress Notification of acceptance or rejection of the proposals will be distributed to the proposers by 31 May 2011 If you have any questions please contact Professor Paul Yip sfpyip hku hk Co Chair of the Scientific Committee Bursaries Peter Lee s Care for Life Foundation is planning to provide financial support for participants to attend the Conference Priority will be

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  • Registration Directions | International Association for Suicide Prevention
    the invitation letter out and use it when applying for a visa to China Registration Costs Categories Early Birds Before 30 April 2011 Normal Before 01 September 2011 On Site After 12 September 2011 Zone 1 High income economies IASP members 710 755 800 Non members 790 835 880 Students survivors and volunteers 310 355 400 Zone 2 Upper middle income economies IASP members 610 655 700 Non members 690 735 780 Students survivors and volunteers 210 255 300 Zone 3 Lower middle income economies IASP members 510 555 600 Non members 590 635 680 Students survivors and volunteers 110 155 200 Zone 4 Low income economies IASP members 310 355 400 Non members 390 435 480 Students survivors and volunteers 60 105 150 Partial registration per day 300 300 300 Accompanying persons 300 300 300 To determine which zone your country belongs to please refer to List of Countries Students should bring their original student card not a photocopy along with their invitation letter when registering at the congress Registration fee for participants includes Admission to Opening and Closing Ceremonies Admission to the Welcome Reception and the Gala Dinner Admission to the Plenary sessions Admission to the Parallel sessions

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  • Sponsorship | International Association for Suicide Prevention
    donated by Mr Peter Lee vice chairman of Henderson Land Development Company Limited Hong Kong Emotionally touched by the severe pain that the unlucky events of suicide and uncommitted suicide have brought to the persons committing suicide or committing suicide in vain their relatives friends and even the people around them and also emotionally touched by the high psychological pressure and lonely and helpless souls of contemporary people Mr Peter

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  • Welcome | International Association for Suicide Prevention
    has stimulated researchers clinicians and policy makers to develop and assess a range of innovative methods for addressing the problem of suicide These efforts have drawn attention to the crucial role of culture in the understanding and prevention of suicide so cultural perspectives has been selected as the central organizing theme for the congress The Congress will bring together the dynamic forces of rapidly transforming Asia with the rich experience of experts from other parts of the world where there is a much longer history of working in the field of suicidology Asian countries face many of the same challenges in suicide research and suicide prevention experienced by other parts of the world But the limited health and mental health resources large rural populations rapid economic changes and ongoing political reforms in many Asian counties makes it difficult to apply the standard methods of addressing these challenges developed in Western countries over the last several decades Much of what is happening in China and other parts of the Asia Pacific is throwing new light on old problems so the Congress will be a platform for exchanging ideas renewing old friendships and most importantly for initiating new collaborative ventures The congress

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