Full course description
About this workshop
QPR Suicide Intervention Training is an internationally recognized suicide intervention program designed to help you question, persuade, and refer.
UBC offers free QPR Training for students, staff, and faculty to help them recognize suicide warning signs, approach someone who may be at risk, persuade the person to seek appropriate health services, and connect the person to resources that will help resolve crises.
QPR acts as an emergency mental health intervention designed to save lives much like CPR or other methods of emergency medical intervention.
When and where is the workshop?
Date: Friday December 4, 2020
Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Who is this for?
All UBC staff and faculty
At this training, you will learn:
- How to get help for yourself;
- Common causes and warning signs of suicidal behaviour;
- Tools and skills on how to intervene;
- How to Question, Persuade, and Refer someone at risk;
- How to get help for someone in crisis; and
- Familiarity with referral resources both on and off campus.
- Meike-Janine Schieb, International Student Advisor with the UBC International Student Initiatives
- Parvin Bolourani, Outreach, Alumni Engagement, Postdoctoral Fellows & Project Coordinator for the Department of Microbiology & Immunology
For more information on QPR Suicide Intervention Training, please visit UBC Wellbeing.
Keywords: ONCS, VRPTGY, VRRNSE, ORLS, WG, OE