A representative of NSW Ambulance is supporting the Stop Male Suicide in NSW seminar, to be held in Sydney on Tuesday 31st May.
Paul McFarlane, Senior Chaplain for NSW Ambulance, is speaking at the seminar that will bring together people who are committed to taking action to help Stop Male Suicide, which currently takes the lives of six men in Australia every day.
Paul coordinates the work of 37 volunteer chaplains who support paramedics and community members following traumatic incidents. Paul trains paramedics to build resilience and develop self-care strategies to maintain good mental health. He is also a passionate Ambassador for RUOK? Day.
If you want to help Stop Male Suicide in NSW, find out more at the links below:
- To come and take part in the Stop Male Suicide in NSW seminar click here
- To find out about the other speakers taking part in this seminar click here
- To find out more about the Stop Male Suicide project, click here
- To find out more about the rate of male suicide in NSW click here