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Lost&Found representatives attend suicidology conference

Research & Evaluation Manager Gesine Ziebarth presented a poster on the Campus Resilience Index at the annual conference of the American Association of Suicidology held April 27-30 in Chicago.
Campus Resilience Index poster

Campus Resilience Index poster — click to view PDF

Research & Evaluation Manager Gesine Ziebarth and Board President Anne Kelly attended the 55th annual conference of the American Association of Suicidology held April 27-30 in Chicago. This conference brings together multiple sectors, such as crisis services providers, researchers, and survivors, focused on the common goal of preventing suicide and saving lives.

Gesine presented a poster on the Campus Resilience Index that she developed together with Education & Advocacy Manager Courtney Young.

Anne presented the talk “Supporting Suicide Loss Survivors through Meaning Making as a Function of Psychological Autopsy” together with loss survivors Mary Ellen Wolfe and Catherine McBennett, who started the Niamh Louise Foundation in Northern Ireland. They also managed to have some after-hours fun.

Lost&Found Board President Anne Kelly presented the talk "Supporting Suicide Loss Survivors through Meaning Making as a Function of Psychological Autopsy” together with loss survivors Mary Ellen Wolfe and Catherine McBennett.

Lost&Found Board President Anne Kelly presented the talk “Supporting Suicide Loss Survivors through Meaning Making as a Function of Psychological Autopsy” together with loss survivors Mary Ellen Wolfe and Catherine McBennett.

 

The group also managed to have some after-hours fun.

The group also managed to have some after-hours fun.

Lost&Found’s Campus Resilience Index gets media notice

Lost&Found’s Campus Resilience Index was featured in a story by Public News Service on March 10. The story, “Evaluating College Campuses on Suicide-Prevention Resources,” highlights how the CRI could help institutions of higher education find evaluate their mental health resources—where they have strengths, and where they could improve. Lost&Found’s executive director Erik Muckey is quoted in the story.

That story has been picked up by more than 200 media outlets so far, according to the news service.

Read the story here. Learn more about the Campus Resilience Index here.