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expert reports

29.08.2014
Attended "The 15th European Symposium on Suicide and Suicidal Behaviour" (ESSSB15)
Dates: August 27 - 30, 2014
Organizers: Tallinn University, Estonian-Swedish Mental Health and Suicidology Institute (ERSI)
Working language: English
http://esssb15.org/
Symposium 61
14:00 – 15:30
Room M225
LIVED EXPERTISE IN SUICIDE PREVENTION RESEARCH: INSIGHTS FROM ATTEMPT SURVIVORS FOR
INFORMING RESEARCH AND PREVENTION PRIORITIES
Chair:
Jane Pearson (USA),
Eduardo Vega (USA)
Presenters:
Eduardo Vega (USA)
MHASF Center for Dignity, Recovery and Empowerment
Co-authors: Lezine D, Draper JD
The way forward: groundbreaking directions for suicide prevention from the lived expertise of the US National Action Alliance Suicide Attempt Survivor Task Force

Jane Pearson (USA)
National Institute of Mental Health
Prioritized suicide prevention health care research: the essential role of patient perspectives
David Covington (USA)
Crisis Access, LLC
Co-authors: Hogan M, members of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention Clinical Care & Intervention Task Force
Suicide care in systems framework

David Shaffer (USA)
Columbia University, New York State Psychiatric Institute
Events, thoughts, and feelings preceding a suicide attempt and their significance for treatment and suicide
prevention


egmg: The main impression of the talks is that all research efforts are directed to the symptoms and not to the cause of the disease. It is like trying to influence rhizome by manipulating with a separated mushroom. They do not touch ethical aspects of the phenomenon. As I see it, suicide is in a greatest deal an ethical problem. Ethics is a mechanism regulating communication of an individual with the others. Ethics characterises behavioural and language choices made by humans that lead to certain consequences. So, ethics and then language should be the starting point of any treatment. I would extract two main reasons of suicide: fear and disappointment. So, probably we should start with studying and classifying language (in semiotic sense) expression of human fears and disappointments.
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