London 2020 (Postponed)
Zero Suicide 5 International Summit Postponed
At RI International, the Zero Suicide Alliance and SAVE, we take the safety of our valued Zero Suicide 5 delegates and speakers extremely seriously and have been closely monitoring the developing situation around the world with the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). In accordance with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to limit travel, we have taken the difficult decision to postpone the Zero Suicide 5 International Summit scheduled for May 10-12 in Liverpool, UK.
To ensure that travel restrictions have minimal impacts for you, we will postpone the event to late September / early October at the same venue – Anfield, the home of Liverpool Football Club. If you have already registered, your place is guaranteed for our new date. The planning team is actively working with our key partners and vendors to confirm details and we will announce the new date in the next 90 days.
Please stay tuned for further updates, and if you have any questions or concerns please contact Karen.Jones@riinternational.com.
Rotterdam Declaration (2018)
On September 3-4, 2018, more than 100 leaders from nearly 20 countries convened at the Zero Suicide International 4 summit in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Here they designed the revision of the 2015 International Zero Suicide Declaration. The declaration you are about to read now clarifies the commitment of these leaders to improve healthcare suicide prevention as a complement to public health and community suicide prevention initiatives. [Read more here].
Rotterdam Summit 2018
The fourth Zero Suicide International summit will take place in the Netherlands, hosted by Dr. Jan Mokkenstorm and 113 Suicide Prevention [Read more here].
Let’s Meet Don Berwick
In preparation for Rotterdam 2018, Dr. Jan Mokkenstorm interviews Dr. Don Berwick on quality and Zero Suicide [View on YouTube].
Is Suicide Really a Choice?
Zero Suicide is triple aim robust performance improvement, a collection of discrete evidence-based practices, but also revolutionary clinical assumptions [View on YouTube].
ISMICC Takes a Huge Step Forward
The 2017 report to Congress by the ISMICC, The Way Forward: Federal Action for a System That Works, includes three objectives supporting Zero Suicide (download here).
Zero Suicide is a global movement that has mobilized professionals in the field of suicide prevention across the globe to cooperate in research and share prevention. “Beyond the Tipping Point” is the fourth international summit. In 2018, the summit will take place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Let’s join together and continue the worldwide networking and learning as we pursue this audacious dream. We are excited about a growing global movement of healthcare and suicide prevention leaders.