- Published on
- 7th March 2019
- Filed under
- Trainee Support
PABBS evidence-based suicide bereavement training has been informed by Dr Sharon McDonnell’s PhD and a National Institute for Health Research funded three-year study, conducted at the University of Manchester. The training is evidence-based theory-driven and has been informed by a three-year study which identified the vulnerability and perceived needs of parents bereaved by suicide and health professionals who were responsible for their care.
PABBS suicide bereavement training is a highly interactive one day workshop and includes a workbook, nine film clips and a 60-page manual for future reference and is delivered by two trainers, who have over 30 years combined experience working with those bereaved by suicide. Please note there is no role-play during this training and a certificate of attendance is provided. This training is first of its kind internationally.
The aim of PABBS suicide bereavement training is to provide health professionals with an opportunity to build their confidence and skills caring for parents bereaved by suicide.
If you would like to attend a training session, please click here to register.