The European Network for Training Evaluation and Research in Mental Health (ENTER) welcomes you to join the fourth webinar of the Nursing in Mental Health series. In this webinar speakers representing various Mental Health perspectives will reflect and share their ideas for the future nursing alongside health professionals and users on the theme of Nursing and Addiction.  The event will happen on December, 3 Thursday – 3 pm - 5 pm CET (Zoom Webinar). 

The purpose of the webinar is to make visible the specific knowledge and contribution of nurses in the prevention and treatment of addiction for diverse groups of users and their families in different practical health settings. It will be particularly interesting to discuss with participants the trends, policies, research findings and innovative practices in this extremely dynamic and ever-changing field of nurse work.


Event Organisers:

  • Emmanuelle Jouet, Education & Mental Health researcher, GHU Paris, France, Vice President for Training in Enter Mental Health Network

  • Mark Monahan, Trinity College Dublin, VP for Communication with ENTER.


This webinar will include short presentations by the speakers (max 20min).  Details of the presentations and the presenter bios are available here.  The papers to be presented are:

  • The changing role of the nurse in an outdoor addiction unit by Irène Canosa.

  • The role of nurses in addiction-related therapies: time to step forward by Carmel Clancy.

  • Addiction nursing and non-medical prescribing in the UK drug and alcohol treatment system by Michael Flanagan.

  • Reflections of a Mental Health Nurse in the Addictions Field in Scotland by Angela Swift.


The presentations will be followed by an interactive discussion and an open question and answer session led by the moderator. All participants must register for the webinar in order to receive the zoom link.  To register click here.

Tags: Enter Mental Health, Therapies, Addiction, Nursing, GHU Paris.

Web Master: Mark Monahan


Last updated: 29.10.2020

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