Suicide and its prevention
Contemporary and Historical perspectives in Nursing
1880 – 2020
May 19 2022, 12.30 hrs – May 21 2022, 14.00 hrs
Rijksmuseum Boerhaave, Leiden, The Netherlands
The conference Suicide and its Prevention: Contemporary and Historical Perspectives in Nursing, 1880–2020 is organised on behalf of the European Association for the History of Nursing (EAHN), an international scholarly association dedicated to promoting the development and advancement of nursing history and related fields of historical inquiry.
The conference organizing partners are the Knowledge Centre at the Faculty of Health, University of Applied Sciences in Leiden (dr. Cecile aan de Stegge, University of Applied Sciences Leiden, member of the EAHN) and the Pulse Network in Medical Humanities at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Prof. dr. Manon Parry, Professor in Medical History, VU University Amsterdam). Supporting partners are: Stichting Zuster Vernède; Vitale Delta; 113 Suicideprevention; GGzVS and V&VN, Netherlands.
All contributing speakers are requested to focus their contribution on the specific role of nurses in general and/or in mental health settings, who have experienced patients expressing suicidal ideation or engaging in self-harming behaviours. These experiences may also include working with bereaved families of patients who have commited suicide. The conference organizers hope that the conference will facilitate professional and academic debate on this challenging topic, through historical inquiry or within contemporary practice, and will result in a number of scholarly publications.
Price for the whole conference, meals included: 150 euro.
Only Thursday afternoon: 50 euro.
Only Friday (without socializing dinner): 75 euro.
Only Saturday: 50 euro.