IIMHN/COMMUNE Conference 2018: Timetable

The timetable for the IIMHN/COMMUNE Project Conference in DCU on the 17th and 18th May 2018 has been released.

17th May 2018
Morning session

 

Chair: Mary Farrelly

 

09.00 – 09.00

 

Registration and Coffee

 

09.30 – 09.45 Chair’s Opening Address: Mary Farrelly
09.45 – 11.15

 

Keynote: Singing from the same songsheet? Managing differing perspectives in co-produced mental health nursing education”.  Speakers: Brenda Happel and Julia Bocking

 

11.15 – 11.45

 

Coffee

 

11.45-13.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Concurrent sessions – Chairs: Louise Doyle and Imelda Noone

Session A Session B
 Service user engagement in research: consultation versus co-productionSpeaker: Agnes Higgins How is the learning different if the teacher is teaching from lived experience?

Speaker: Charlotte Wilson

Happy Feet walking Group

Speaker: Caroline Murphy, Adrienne Adams, Cathy O Mahony and  Theresa Tobin

Delineating and relinquishing the power divide through co-production. Are we truly ready, willing and able?

Speaker: Aoife Ni Bhriann

Improving Traveller mental health – the role of co-production: findings from an evaluation of a Traveller Mental Health Liaison Nurse in Carlow and Kilkenny.

Speaker: Brian Keogh

 

 

STRENCO – Strengthening multi-professional competencies in mental health in an international context, through co-production with academics, students, service users and professionals

Speaker: Michael Brennan, Grace Ball, Mathew Colgan, Rory Conroy, Cecelia Ezeani, Agnes Higgins, Barry Hurley, Jean Morrissey, Colman Noctor, Mark Monahan

Identifying and responding to palliative care needs among people with enduring mental illness

Speaker: Ann Sheridan, Barbara Coughlan, Sarah Walsh, Kate Frazer, Loretta Crawley, Mary Kemple and Sinead O’Toole

Co–production and management of aggression– an oxymoron or opportunity?

Speaker: Christina Larkin & Ann Sheridan

 

 

 

13.00-14.00

 

Lunch and poster viewing

 

Afternoon session Chair: Christina Larkin
14.00-15.00

 

“Experiences of co-produced education for Mental Health Nurses”.  Speakers: Siobhan Russell, Martha Griffin, Catherine Stanton, Niamh Daly and Liam MacGabhann

 

15.00-16.00

 

 

 

 

49 North Street – Creating/Facilitating Alchemy in the Mental Health Services:

Our ethos is to create a space, a melting pot whereby learning, therapy alongside diversity flourish. It’s about taking risks, building on peoples’ strengths and sharing the load/power which is now seeing a recovery community thrive.  The Claddagh Rogues are an example of this and will play live on the day!

James O Flynn, Declan McCarthy, Kevin Shanahan, Tony Cotter, Peter Kearney and Susan Mc Menamin

 

18th May 2018

 

COMMUNE Workshop

 

09.30 – 09.45

 

Introduction to the day: Chair: Liam MacGabhann

 

09.45-10.30

 

Keynote: “Doing co-production like it says on the tin”  Speakers: Dublin North, North East Recovery College

 

10.30 – 10.50

 

“COMMUNE – Embedding expertise by experience teaching into undergraduate nursing programmes”  Speakers: Iceland & Finland

 

10.50-11.20

 

“What Service Users can contribute to mental health teaching on undergraduate nursing programmes”  Speakers: Ireland UCC/DCU

 

11.20-11.50

 

Coffee

 

11.50-12.20

 

“Experts by Experience teaching on undergraduate nursing programmes” Speakers: EBE members

 

12.20-12.50

 

“Best Practice Guidelines for Co-Producing Course Content and Teaching on Undergraduate Nursing Programmes”  Speakers: Norway & Netherlands
12.50-13.20

 

“Impact of experts by experience teaching into undergraduate nursing programmes: international findings”  Speakers: Australia

 

13.20 – 13.30

 

Poster prizes close of conference

 

  Lunch

 

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