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The Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, in partnership with the Nurse Managers Association for Intellectual Disability, are delighted to present a series of free seminars to exchange, share and celebrate the expertise of the Registered Intellectual Disability Nurse (RNID).
The PNA was delighted to collaborate with the Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery and REACH RCSI and stage a play “A Face in the Crowd” on February 4th 2020.
This piece of theatre originated in Co Wexford supported by Wexford Mental Health Association and was created by local individuals for their community, and written by former psychiatric nurse Niall O’Muiri. Born out of the belief that through the telling of real stories of the lived experience of people with Mental Illness we become aware of the recovery process from mental health difficulties, this play provided the opportunity to unearth insights that may better inform our futures.
"Safe Settings" - Nordic House, Tórshavn, Faroe Islands
May 10th - 12th 2018
Initial call for those wishing to present Call for Abstracts closing date Friday January 15 th 2018
This year the Union will continue its sponsorship of Members to attend the European Congress organised by Horatio and Faroese Psychiatric Nurses, having done so previously for events in Lisbon, Malta, Istanbul, Stockholm, Prague etc.
The PNA in supporting this Congress are pleased to confirm that a number of bursaries will be offered by lottery to Presenters of Papers, Officer Board Members, Branch Officers and Members.
This year's bursaries will be worth approximately €1200.This Bursary is based on the combined cost of the Congress Fees, Flights and Accommodation.
Abstracts are being invited under the main theme of ‘Safe Settings'. These may be associated with one of the following sub-themes:
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