netECR e-Conference 2020 Programme

Programme Snapshot

Friday, 27th November 2020 (UK Time)

09:20-09:30: Welcome remarks – netECR Editorial Team
09:30-10:30: Parallel sessions AM
10:30-11:00: Wee snack break
11:00-12:00: Keynote Session with Professor Jo Robinson (Recorded)
12:00-13:00: Lunch break
13:00-14:15: Parallel sessions PM
14:15-14:30: Final chat


Complete Programme

Friday, 27th November 2020 (UK Time)

09:20-09:30: Welcome remarks – netECR Editorial team

09:30-10:30: Parallel sessions AM

Session ASession B
09:30-09:45“Can understanding Reddit users’ perspectives on reasons for not killing themselves offer insight towards intervention and prevention?”
Andre Mason
“Living with ongoing suicidality: a collective narrative project”

Cheryl Hunter
09:45-10:00“The male experience of suicide attempts and recovery: An interpretative phenomenological analysis”
Cara Richardson
“Healthcare Professionals’ Implementation of National Guidelines with Patients who Self-Harm”
Jessica Z. Leather
10:00-10:15“Lifetime and current self-harm thoughts and behaviours and their relationship to parent and peer attachment”
Julie Janssens
“Developing and testing an implementation intention intervention to reduce self-harm in a non-clinical sample”
Abigail Paterson
10:15-10:30“A moderated network analysis of anxiety and depression within Interpersonal Theory of Suicide in autistic and non-autistic adults”
Mirabel Pelton
“Suicide and self-harm risk in the year after discharge from inpatient mental health care”
Rebecca Musgrove

10:30-11:00: Wee snack break 🥪

11:00-12:00: Keynote Session with Professor Jo Robinson (Recorded)

12:00-13:00: Lunch break 🥣

13:00-14:15: Parallel sessions PM

Session CSession D
13:00-13:15“Understanding self-harm and suicide in LGBTQ+ youth: A thematic analysis”
A. Jess Williams
“Intersectionality, Social Support, and Youth Suicidality: A Socioecological Approach to Prevention”
Corbin J. Standley
13:15-13:30“Resistance and existence: making sense of LGBT+ young people’s suicidal thoughts and attempts in Scotland”
Hazel Marzetti
“Defeat, entrapment, and hopelessness: clarifying the factor structure and longitudinal relationships among suicidogenic constructs”
Nicolas Oakey-Frost
13:30-13:45“My heart and my brain is what’s bleeding, these are just cuts.” A qualitative study about self-harm.
Hilary Norman
“Limitations of using structural equation modelling (SEM) in suicide research: An example and some pragmatic solutions”
Rosina Pendrous
13:45-14:00“Words don’t come easy: Male prisoners’ difficulties identifying and discussing feelings in relation to suicide and violence”
Laura Hemming & Peer
“Decreased neural activation to peer reward and daily peer connectedness amongst adolescent girls with suicidal ideation during COVID-19”
Emily Hutchinson
14:00-14:15“Suicide in ‘Rural’ Regions: A Systematic Review”
Tyler R. Pritchard
“Suicidal Thoughts, Behaviors, and Event-Related Potentials: A Meta-Analysis”
Austin James Gallyer

14:15-14:30: Final chat

Programme Booklet

Check out the programme booklet of our e-Conference, which contains detailed information on each talk, including contact details of our presenters.