Webinar 13th March 2019: What does the NHS Long Term Plan mean for supporting people bereaved by suicide?

Event Date: 14th March 2019

Date: Wednesday 13th March 2019

Time: 2-3 pm

Subject: What does the NHS Long Term Plan mean for supporting people bereaved by suicide?

In January the government announced its ‘Long Term Plan’ for the NHS. Within this 10 year plan, they stated their commitment to providing mental health support through NHS 111 and support for families and staff affected by suicide.

Sarah Bates of the Support After Suicide Partnership will explain what the NHS Long Term Plan means for supporting people bereaved by suicide and the role of funeral directors in new services across the country. She will also outline the development of a Central Hub of Resources, Information and Support for those who support the family following a suicide.

SAIF welcomes back Sarah, who previously presented a webinar in 2018, which members found useful and informative.

What’s a webinar? The webinar format allows SAIF to deliver relevant information to members at their own desk. All you need is a PC, laptop or mobile device and internet access.

Who should attend? All SAIF members are welcome to attend.

During the webinar You’ll be able to see and hear the presenter and the presentation and will be able to make comments or ask questions by typing into a chat box.

Booking: The webinar is open to SAIF Members and is free of charge but you must register your place to receive the link to join the session. SAIF Members will receive an invitation by email but if you haven’t received yours, please email Angela Camp or call SAIF Business Centre on 0345 230 6777 to register your place. Alternatively, book your place online at Eventbrite here.

You will be emailed a link to the webinar on Tuesday 12th March.