Pathways to Prevention

Pan Pacific Perth, Western Australia
8—11 November 2016


The Keynote Address
The Honourable Wayne Martin
Chief Justice of WA

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention Evaluation Project (ATSISPEP)
Professor Pat Dudgeon
School of Indigenous Studies, University of Western Australia

Expanding Domestic and Family Violence Death Review Functions
Padma Raman
Executive Director, AHRC

Preventative Pathology — Learning From Sudden Cardiac Death
Dr Jodi White
Forensic Pathologist

Transition and Innovation in the Singapore Coronial System
Marvin Bay
State Coroner, Singapore

Towards a National Suicide Prevention Strategy
Ms Sue Murray

Using Coronial Data to Assist in Death Prevention — The Prevention of Unintentional Drowning
Ms Amy Peden and Ms Eva Saar

Suicide in Western Australia in 2014 — Mental Health Commission
Mr Timothy Marney

Mental Health and Drugs and Alcohol — A Holistic Approach
Dr Adam Brett
Consultant Psychologist

Alcohol and Drug Services — Mental Health Commission
Dr Allan Quigley
Director Clinical Services — Next Step

Prevention in Practice
Dr Adam Griffin and Ms Ainslie Kirkegaard

From Death We Learn 
Dr Helga Weaving
Department of Health, Western Australia

NPS: Here Today, Dead Tomorrow? Part 1
NPS: Here Today, Dead Tomorrow? Part 2
Dr Victoria Kueppers, Bianca Douglas and Dr Daniel Moss

Speech by Chris Field, Western Australian Ombudsman