Are you a person with lived experience*, researcher, clinician, policy maker or trainee who is interested in patient-oriented research in suicide prevention?


REFLECT 2017 is for you!

REFLECT 2017: A Collaborative Research Forum in Suicide Prevention is a three-day event that will provide people with lived experience, researchers, clinicians, trainees and policy makes with a chance to learn more about patient-oriented research in suicide prevention.

REFLECT 2017 is a unique training session that aims to bring together people with lived experience and researchers in suicide and self-harm. It is open to people with lived experience of suicide and self-harm and researchers working in the field of suicide and self-harm research. It will provide a space for support, networking, and collaboration among people with lived experience, Master's, PhD, and Post-doctoral research students as well as more established researchers.

You do not require a research background in order to attend this event - applications from all educational backgrounds are encouraged!

Pitch a research idea to the Dragons in our Research Den! The best pitch will be awarded a personalized one-on-one development workshop with Dr. Simon Hatcher to assist with the development of your research idea!


Apply Today!

Approximately 50 participants will be selected to participate. Researchers, trainees and policy makers are asked to submit a research proposal or idea within the field of suicide prevention research to be further developed during the event. Applications will be selected based on their relevance to patient-oriented research in suicide prevention.

There is no cost to apply. Selected participants will be contacted directly and asked to register for the event. Registration costs will be $100 (50$ for trainees). People with lived experience and caregivers are encouraged to apply for a REFLECT 2017 bursary to cover the cost of registration (value of $100). There are a total of 30 bursaries available. 

Applications from researchers, clinicians, policy makers, trainees and people with lived experience will be accepted until September 08th, 2017. Click the link below to apply today!