About this event:
The Irish Institute of Mental Health Nursing is pleased to open bookings for its 2018 conference, which this year will be held jointly with the COMMUNE (Co-produced Mental Health Nurse Education) project.
The theme of the conference is: ‘Informing mental health nursing practice, education, and research through co production’.
There has been growing interest in co-production in the past decade, particularly in the context of promoting partnerships between governments, services, service users and communities in the commissioning and development of health and community services. A co-production approach sees service users /consumers involved in, or leading, defining the problem, designing and delivering the solution, and evaluating the outcome, either with professionals or independently (Roper, Grey & Cadogan 2018).
Members need to login to register. If you are not an IIMHN member, you need to register first on the site here, then return to this page to book for the conference. Membership and attendance at the conference is free.
Confirmed keynote speakers
Prof Brenda Happell
Abstracts are invited from all groups on areas related to the conference theme. The closing date for abstract submission is 20th April 2018. You can download the abstract submission form here.
The conference is supported by Nursing & Midwifery Planning & Development, Quality & Clinical Care Directorate, Health Service Executive, Dublin North.
The conference will take place May 17th and 18th, 2018, in the:
School of Nursing and Human Sciences
Dublin City University
Collins Avenue Extension