‘Suicide is preventable and prevention should be everybody’s business’ World Suicide Prevention Day takes place on Friday, 10th September 2021 and this year the international theme is ‘Creating Hope Through Action’ and as we reflect – Suicide prevention is everybody’s business. There have been many suicide prevention initiatives, some focused on the individual, some on
It gives me great pleasure to announce that this year’s Voting Member Assembly and Installation of the 2021-2023 WFMH Board of Directors will take place on 4 November 2021. Details of the meeting and the agenda will be circulated in due course. On behalf of the Chair and Members of the 2021-2023 WFMH Nominating Committee,
The deadline for submission has now passed and we will not receive any more nominations for this election cycle. Thank you for your interest. Professor Gabriel Ivbijaro MBE, JPMBBS, MMedSci, MA, PhD, FRCGP, FWACPsych, IDFAPASecretary General WFMH
WHO guidance on community mental health services: Promoting person-centred and rights-based approaches Introduction Objectives To inform people responsible for the provision of mental health care at all levels ̶ as well as a broader audience that includes government departments responsible for employment, housing and social care, academics and civil society organizations ̶ of the benefits
On behalf of the Chair of the WFMH 2021-2023 Nominating Committee, Alberto Trimboli and Nominating Committee Members it gives me great pleasure as Secretary General to call for candidates to be considered for nomination and election as Directors to the 2021 – 2023 WFMH Board of Directors.