29 de setembro de 2020

16th EUROPEAN FEDERATION OF THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITIES CONFERENCE

17 de fevereiro de 20175min

DUBLIN 20, 21, 22 Sept 2017
Pathways of Care to Recovery

THEMES
Gender, women and families
Treatment in prison and secure environments
Mental health, well-being and intellectual difficulties

Wednesday 20th Sept:
Workshop in Coolmine Lodge ‘TC standards’: George DeLeon & Rowdy Yates (further details soon). 
1-6pm: Tours of Coolmine Lodge, Coolmine Ashleigh House, MQI Riverbank (harm reduction services/night café) & National Drug Treatment Centre
8pm-10pm: Welcome reception and registration available Wood Quay Venue: behind Christchurch Cathedral

 

PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME
Total of 12 invited keynote speakers: 3 speakers per session: 2 sessions per day – morning & afternoon in the main theatre Dublin Castle with translation available (Spanish/Italian- TBC)
Total of 48 speakers based on abstract selection: x3 simultaneous presentations per parallel session: 4 total parallel sessions (2 per day: 24 speakers per day). *12 of these will only have translation available. X2 simultaneous parallel sessions shall be in break out rooms.
Available 3 breakout rooms: option of rolling film/TC pioneers video &/or RADE art display etc…

Day 1
Thursday 21st Sept:
8am-9.30am: Registration open
9-10am Introduction plenary (MC Pauline McKeown):
Clinical Governance lead Coolmine: Dr Joanne Fenton
Minister for Health/Minister of State Drugs Strategy- Simon Harris/Catherine Byrne
President of EFTC: Rowdy Yates (Presentation to remember Prof. Eric Broekeart)
Drugs Programme Unit: Overview of Ireland’s new National Drugs Strategy
Pauline close/housekeeping
10-11.30am- 1st Plenary (Mental health/intellectual) Dr Gilberto Gerra, George DeLeon, Dr Eamon Keenan
11.30-11.45am Break (teas, coffees, biscuits)
11.45-1.15pm Parallel 1 (3 sessions with 3 speakers: 12 speakers based on abstracts received) 
1.15 – 2pm Lunch
2 – 3.30pm 2nd plenary (Gender, women and families): Naya Arbiter, Lucy Baldwin (TBC) & another
3.30 – 3.45 Break (teas, coffees, biscuits)
3.45 – 5.15 Parallel 2 (3 sessions with 3 speakers: 12 speakers based on abstracts received)
6pm: EFTC board meeting (Coolmine House)
8pm Gala Dinner- Radisson

Day 2
9.15 – 10.45: 1st plenary (prison/secure env’t): Rod Mullen, Michael Donnellan (Irish Prison Service) +3rd (TBC)
10.45 – 11am Break (teas, coffees, biscuits)
11 – 12.30pm Parallel 3 (3 sessions with 3 speakers: 12 speakers based on abstracts received)
12.30-1.30pm Lunch
1.30 – 3pm: 2nd plenary (mix): TBC
3-3.15pm Break (teas, coffees, biscuits)
3.15 – 4.30pm Parallel 4 (3 sessions with 3 speakers: 12 speakers based on abstracts received)
4.30pm Closing summary

7.30pm Social event

Saturday 23rd September site visits TBC
Coolmine Lodge, Coolmine Ashleigh House, MQI Riverbank (harm reduction services/night café) & National Drug Treatment Centre are available 11am-3pm.

MORE INFORMATION SOON ON THE CONFERENCE WEBSITE:

 
 
 
Rowdy Yates
President
European Federation of Therapeutic Communities

 


Sobre a UNIAD

A Unidade de Pesquisa em álcool e Drogas (UNIAD) foi fundada em 1994 pelo Prof. Dr. Ronaldo Laranjeira e John Dunn, recém-chegados da Inglaterra. A criação contou, na época, com o apoio do Departamento de Psiquiatria da UNIFESP. Inicialmente (1994-1996) funcionou dentro do Complexo Hospital São Paulo, com o objetivo de atender funcionários dependentes.



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