Seminar on advance healthcare directives for people with mental health difficulties in Ireland

You are invited to Mental Health Reform’s seminar on advance healthcare directives for people with mental health difficulties in Ireland.  

This event is free of charge.

What? Mental Health Reform will host a seminar on advance directives (ADs) for people with mental health difficulties in Ireland. This seminar will bring together national and international experts on ADs in mental health as well as key stakeholders to discuss the implementation of ADs within the Irish context.

When?  Monday 12th December 2016, 9.00am – 4.30pm

Where?  Citywest Hotel, Saggart, Co. Dublin

Speakers on the day will include Dr. Fiona Morrissey, Mental Health Law Researcher in Ireland, international speaker, John Oliver, Esq. (Attorney) City of Norfolk, Virginia, US and Peter Bartlett, Professor of Mental Health Law, University of Nottingham, UK. Speakers will also include experts by experiencerepresentatives from key stakeholder bodies and Mental Health Reform’s Director, Dr. Shari McDaid.

Who? This seminar is open to people with self-experience, family members, supporters, carers, mental health organisations and mental health professionals and services, academics, legal professionals, legislators, policy makers as well as other key decision makers in the area of mental health and interested groups/ individuals.

How to register? This event is free of charge. You can still register for this event by contacting Kate at or by phoning 01 874 9468. There are a limited number of places left so please register as early as you can.

We look forward to seeing you there.


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