GC Zero Suicide: Lessons Learned in an Acute Mental Health Service

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Q1 Gold Coast - Resort And Spa

9 Hamilton Avenue

Surfers Paradise, QLD 4217

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Give your organisation a head start and learn from the first MHS in AU to develop, implement, sustain and produce outcomes from Zero Suicide

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Five years ago, the Gold Coast Mental Health and Specialist Service (GCMHSS) implemented Australia's first Zero Suicide Framework.

We invite you to join the GCMHSS for a unique two day forum to hear key insights into the development, implementation and sustainability of Zero Suicide.

The forum will be held on the 78th floor of the iconic Q1 Building, the 6th tallest residential tower in the world offering spectacular 360 degree views from the surf to the hinterland.

Who Should Attend

GCMHSS is inviting interest from Australia and overseas:

  • Mental Health Services
  • Government Organisations
  • Mental Health Commissions
  • Non Government Organisations
  • Mental Health Service Design
  • Directors in Mental Health
  • Psychiatrists, Clinicians

Anyone thinking about implementing Zero Suicide in their organisation or who wish to learn more about Zero Suicide and applying this framework to their organisation. This is the forum for you.

What to Expect

Hear from experts from GCMHSS Zero Suicide Framework

  • What did we learn from doing this?
  • What were the barriers, challenges?
  • What worked, what did not?
  • What outcomes did we achieve?
  • How do you translate these learning for your own service?

Explore the GCMHSS Suicide Prevention Clinical Pathway, gain insights into the case for change

Learn how to embed a restorative just culture

Gain insight into how the GCMHSS influenced change to ensure clinical reform, and sustainability of Zero

How to collect data and evaluate: Process and Outcomes Evaluation

So does Zero have an impact? Hear the GCMHSS outcomes data form the last 5 years

Hear about further innovation: research and innovation projects born from the GCMHSS Zero Suicide Framework at GCMHSS

Program Day 1 - Friday 28th May 8:30am to 17:00

Suicide Prevention Reform and the need for a Restorative Just Culture in Zero Suicide

Why Zero and why now? What is a restorative just culture? and why is it essential for those considering Zero Suicide in a mental health service

Leadership and Approach to Implementing a Zero Suicide Framework

Learn the redesign approach taken by the GCMHSS for this major suicide prevention reform initiative. Hear from experts in change management and organisational preparedness.

The GCMHSS Suicide Prevention Clinical Pathway

Explore and learn as we take you through each aspect of the world leading Suicide Prevention Clinical Pathway, a standardised approach to the identification, engagement, treatment, training and transition of suicide care.

Child Youth and Mental Health: Zero Suicide Approach

The GCMHSS has developed and implemented CYMHS Zero suicide for the past 4 years in QLD, hear from experts on the approach, challenges and solutions.

Consumers at the Heart of Zero: Consumer Experience of Zero Suicide

Consumer and carers are at the heart of the GCMHSS Zero suicide reform approach, hear from the GCMHSs consumer consultant presenting findings on consumers experience of Zero

Q&A Leadership Panel

Each day sessions will conclude with a 40 minute Q&A session with the GCMHSS leadership

Program Day 2 - Saturday 29th May 8:30am to 16:00

Process Evaluation: Design, Implementation, Lessons Learned

This session will cover the GCMHSS SPS evaluation overview, how process evaluation was designed and implemented, what results were achieved and what did we learn?

Outcomes, Evaluation and Research: Is it working?

Learn how outcomes evaluation was designed and implemented. Is the GCMHSS Suicide Prevention Clinical Pathway working?. What did we learn. Explore data collection and the challenges around collecting structured data and setting up a research programme.

A new way to review suspected suicide using Restorative Just Culture principles

Learn a new way to review clinical incidents that supports a restorative just culture. The case for change Its development and Implementation.

Always There Peer Support Program

Learn from the GCMHSS empirically supported peer support model for all staff from all disciplines following an incident. The design, implementation and outcomes.

Changing Culture Resistance: Principles of Compassion & Training Methods

Learn from the GCMHSS approach to developing training and how this approach impacted on culture as well as clinical change.

Q&A Leadership Panel

Each day sessions will conclude with a 40 minute Q&A session with the GCMHSS leadership

For more information please contact: GCMHSSZero@health.qld.gov.au

Please note we will honor all refunds associated with any COVID 19 restrictions which may prevent ticket holders from attending in person.

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9 Hamilton Avenue

Surfers Paradise, QLD 4217

Australia

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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