SCHOOL OF APPLIED SOCIAL STUDIES AND SCHOOL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK, IRELAND
IN ASSOCIATION WITH CRITICAL VOICES NETWORK IRELAND
AND SUPPORTED BY PCCS BOOKS
We are pleased to announce that the 12th annual critical perspectives in mental health conference will be held online this year on 10 November 2020. Confirmed speakers to date are John Read, Rachel Waddingham and Bryan McElroy. Further details regarding format and speakers to follow in September.
There has been no shortage of mental health advice and guidance from statutory services, voluntary organisations, and ‘mental health experts’ since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic earlier this year. We have seen headlines such as ‘tsunami of mental illness’ and references to opportunities to move towards more digitalised mental health services.
The conference will critically consider the range of recent responses to mental health matters arising from the pandemic and will explore ways of developing networks of support and solidarity in these uncertain times.
The Conference organisers are Lydia Sapouna, School of Applied Social Studies and Harry Gijbels (retired), Catherine McAuley School of Nursing and Midwifery, University College Cork, Ireland.
Confirmed Keynote speakers to date are:
Panel discussion with:
Further details regarding format and speakers to follow in late September.
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Tickets for Remaining Critical about Mental Health Matters in Pandemic Crises can be booked here.
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