The National Institute of Mental Health will convene a series of research round tables focused on understanding suicide risk and risk trajectories among children and pre-teens, including groups with recent increases in risk. The round table series aims to bring together a diverse group of researchers to assess the state of the science and short- and long term research priorities related to this critical topic. The goal of the series is to ultimately inform identification of at-risk youth as well as timing and targets for intervening.
The round table series is free to attend, and selected sessions will be viewable via webcast. Viewing is limited so please register today!
Please send programmatic questions to, PreteenSuicide@mail.nih.gov
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Researchers, mental health practitioners, and members of the public interested in understanding and preventing suicide in children and preteens.