2nd Roman Forum on Suicide: what do you think about it?

Victor Gheorman, MD

“This is my first time at the Roman Forum and in Rome. I’ve been knowing Professor Marco Sarchiapone since many years and I am following his studies with interest. I think this experience will be a great opportunity, particularly for the clinical practice”.

Prof. Patrizia Zeppegno

“This is a very interesting event: it offers a comparison between different care models and several realities. I appreciate that a long time is dedicated to opinion sharing and resulting educational for young clinicians and researchers. The subdivision in two half days is a good strategy to keep up everybody’s concentration. I am waiting for the Third Roman Forum with trepidation. I have seen the new website in preview: it’s  aesthetically beautiful  and full of informations”.

Prof. Zoltan Rihmer

“It’s a very special meeting for both big names and young researchers. It is like a “family meeting” with a great and friendly atmosphere and the location is perfect because it is not to big. The context is stimulating with a lot of reserved space for discussions which is not usual considering that in other similar events it is possible to ask only one or two questions”.

Prof. Gil Zalsman

“Rome is a wonderful city and Roman Forum is a great experience. The most experts on suicidology are here, and may young people too”.

Tiago Carlos Zortea, PhD

Q: “Do you enjoy this second Roman Forum?”

A: “Yes I do, very much. I particularly like the focus on clinical cases and the opportunity to discuss them with international big names in the field of suicidology. I also consider positive the fact that Roman Forum is more “intimal” in comparison to other events, providing more possibility to ask questions or have a direct interactions with the speakers. I also like the large amount of time dedicated to questions despite interventions: it’s a more relational modality that simplifies informational exchange beetween participants”.

Q: “Do you have any suggestion for the next Roman Forum?”

A: “ I think it could be interesting to involve more professionals from different areas of expertise considering that suicidology  is a wide and complex field”.

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