Nursing in the Pandemic: ENTER Webinar 3
New Roles in Mental Health Nursing
The Third ENTER Webinar on New Roles in Nursing happened on the 5Th November 2020. It explored how mental health nursing roles are developing internationally for the mental health nurses. The webinar explored these dimensions across four perspectives; nursing in community addiction teams in Slovenia where public services and voluntary services are working together in a hybrid social model, nursing engagement with service user communities in France where attempts are being made for peer interaction with families, the transforming role of the nurse in moving from a medical model to a social model in Dementia Care in Slovenia and the evolving role of the mental health nurse in psychosocial care in day services in Greece.
Recordings of the papers are available for the presentations on:
THE CHANGING ROLES OF NURSES: TOWARDS INTEGRATED LONG-TERM CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN OLD PEOPLE’S HOME IN SLOVENIA by Anamarija Kejžar
WORKING WITH HEALTH PROFESSIONALS IS POSSIBLE ! by Bénédicte Chenu
THE ROLE OF THE NURSE IN THE DAY CENTER FOR PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTIONS «FRANCO BASAGLIA-EPAPSY-GREECE» by Panagiota Deredini
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