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The Future of Hearing Voices Network Cymru

The Future of Hearing Voices Network Cymru Development Meeting, Wednesday, 23rd October, 11.00 - 15.00 for lunch and discussion Venue: The Board Room, Prince Phillip Hospital, Llanelli Recently IMHCN supported the establishment Hearing Voices Network Cymru as a not for profit company. The focus of the new organisation will be …

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The 24th International Network Meeting for the Treatment of Psychosis 2019

Warsaw, Poland  28.08. - 1.09.2019 Regina Bisikiewicz, an IMHCN member from Poland is part of the Organising Committee of an important network meeting on the issue of psychosis. The 24th International Network Meeting for the Treatment of Psychosis, takes place in Warsaw, Poland. The Meeting will be held in the Radisson Blu Sobieski …

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  International Mental Health Collaborating Network Public group · 891 members Join Group This is the discussion and information group of the International Mental Health Collaborative Network. Here we will discuss and share information abo...  

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Discovery Partners and Communities & The Hearing Voices Approach: Workshops

Monday 12th November 2018 Hywel Dda University Health Board Meeting Room 5, Building 2, 1st Floor, St David's Park, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire Thursday 20th December 2018 Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board The Lecture Hall (ED27) Education Centre, 2nd Floor, Neath Port Talbot Hospital Baglan Way, Port Talbot, SA12 7BX To …

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Community Mental Health Development in Poland 2018

  Polish Mental Health Services are in the process of transforming from institutional care to community based provision. This reform will include the development of a number of community mental health centres for adults and young people across the country. This reform is helped by significant funding from the European Community. …

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Mental health, human rights and standards of care: Assessment of the quality of institutional care for adults with psychosocial and intellectual disabilities in the WHO European Region

The WHO project on adults with psychosocial and intellectual disabilities living in institutions in the WHO European Region targets a highly marginalized, vulnerable group whose quality of life, human rights and reinclusion in society are seriously compromised by outdated, often inhumane institutional practices.  The specific objectives of the project were …

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Community-Based Maternal Mental Health Respite and Support Services

  Rob Warriner, the CEO of the Walsh Trust has given us this report on their innovative community based service for keeping mother and their babies in a safe, home like, nurturing and supportive environment WALSH Trust has provided community-based, led and responsive mental health and well- being services since …

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The Importance of Small Things

Small Things, Micro-Affirmations and Helpful Professionals Everyday:  Recovery-Orientated Practices According to Persons with Mental Health Problems Community Mental Health Journal Alain Topor· Tore Dag Bøe · Inger Beate Larsen 3 February 2018 This article is an open access publication The aim of this study, co-authored by IMHCN Collaborator Alain Topor, is …

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Report: The right [and the opportunity] to have a [whole] life

Report: The right [and the opportunity] to have a [whole] life Trieste, Italy November 2017 This was an open interactive meeting with an exchange of new thinking, creative ideas and innovative practices. It included study visits to services and programmes, short courses and masterclasses on innovative practices, working groups and expert meetings. Topics: …

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