See the latest news stories from ZSA and mental health sector below
One Million People Access ZSA Training
The Zero Suicide Alliance (ZSA) has reached a major landmark in supporting the UK’s resilience for the effects of the coronavirus lockdown with a million people now having accessed their suicide prevention training.
ZSA launches new website as part of its suicide prevention efforts across the UK
The Zero Suicide Alliance has today launched the new look for their website, and a new resource, bringing together international examples of best practice in suicide prevention.
Dr Rina Dutta - Blog
The ZSA blog: Dr Rina Dutta, Senior Clinical Lecturer and Consultant Psychiatrist at IoPPN, King’s College London on Using Data Science to Understand Suicidality and Self Harm
ZSA Co-founder Joe Rafferty receives CBE in New Year's Honours List
CBE awarded to ZSA co-founder Joe Rafferty in New Year's Honours List
ZSA complete 'Fantastic Five' haul of award wins for suicide prevention training
ZSA win prestigious Forward Healthcare Award
ZSA sign contract for Government funding of training and suicide prevention awareness
ZSA agree contract with Government for training
Zero Suicide Alliance delighted NHS staff are to be encouraged to take our training
Government to encourage NHS staff to take ZSA training
Minister for suicide Prevention urges MPs to support ZSA training
Jackie Doyle-Price, the Minister for Suicide Prevention, has written to MPs asking for their support with the Zero Suicide Alliance's suicide prevention training package.
Zero Suicide Alliance wins further recognition for the promotion of innovative training
ZSA completes a hat-trick of awards for suicide prevention training.