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Celebrating the Launch of the 2019 Book of Proceedings

By April 30, 2020 No Comments

The 2019 Book of Proceedings is now available! The Book of Proceedings is an annual publication put out by TheMHS collecting the best papers from the annual conference.

To celebrate its launch we are offering FREE access to a select group of papers from the Resource Library and previous Books of Proceedings. These papers will be available for the next six weeks, and to get you started, the first is from the 2019 Book of Proceedings by keynote speaker Louise Byrne on lived experience and the disclosure of mental illness. Check out the list below:

Louise Byrne –  IF WE VALUE LIVED EXPERIENCE, WHY IS DISCLOSURE STILL FRAUGHT, AND WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT IT?

Tracey CairnsCHALLENGING LONELINESS: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICE

Neil Thomas et al. – USING THE INTERNET TO INTEGRATE PEER STORIES AND SELF-MANAGEMENT RESOURCES INTO MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

Matt BallREFLECTIONS ON MADNESS, COMPASSION AND LOVE WITHIN THE HUMAN TO HUMAN RELATIONSHIP

Shannon JaccardLABELS, STIGMA & SHIFTING PERCEPTIONS IN MENTAL HEALTH

Catherine BakerLIVING WELL IN LATER LIFE: THE CASE FOR CHANGE AND THE STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLES

Karleen Gwinner, Rhianon Vichta and Brian Collyer  – WHAT WOULD WE USE AND HOW WOULD WE USE IT? EXPLORING THE USE OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY IN PROMOTING WELLBEING AND ENGAGEMENT WITH SUPPORT FOR HIGHLY VULNERABLE YOUNG PEOPLE

Laura Collister & Beth FogertyTHE OUTCOMES ACHIEVED FOR PARTICIPANTS IN THE FIRST THREE YEARS OF THE DOORWAY HOUSING FIRST PRIVATE RENTAL PROJECT FOR HOMELESS PEOPLE WITH MENTAL ILLNESS

Mike SladeMAKING A REAL AND SUSTAINED DIFFERENCE

 

These papers will be available until June 12, 2020.