- "We Can Save Lives:How to approach youth suicide"
- Thu, Jun 7 2012 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
- Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre - Ottawa
Conversations at The Royal - June 7, 2012 "We Can Save Lives: How to approach youth suicide in the 21st Century
The Royal is pleased to announce an upcoming Conversations at The Royal on Thursday June 7, 2012 at 7 pm “We can save lives: How to approach youth suicide in the 21st century” with Dr. Tyler Black, Clinical Head of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Emergency Unit at British Columbia Children’s Hospital.
Suicide remains a leading cause of death amongst youth (10-24 years of age), and far outranks the fatalities of any medical illness. There have been a number of trends to note lately: in the detection of youth suicide, in the assessment of youth suicide, and in the treatments offered for suicidal youth. Dr. Black will outline these recent trends, put them into the context of the statistics of youth suicide, and provide avenues for both access and treatment. This is an interactive session and participation by attendees is encouraged.
Registration is requested
If you would like to attend the June 7th session, you can register by clicking HERE.
Dr. Tyler Black, Clinical Head
Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Emergency Unit
British Columbia Children’s Hospital
Thursday June 7, 2012
Presentation and Q&A Session - 7:00 to 8:30 pm
(Doors open at 6:30 pm)
Auditorium, The Royal
1145 Carling Avenue, Ottawa
- Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre
- 1145 Carling Avenue
- K1Z 7K4