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CER Lecture Series 2022: Dual Diagnosis: Mental Health and Substance use Challenges - Liam MacGabhann and Emma Murphy - Shared screen with speaker view
Gavin Carrick
42:41
Lovely to hear Emma's experience and working for change
Tabor Group
53:23
Addiction Services In Cork Kerry also use a care and case management Initial and Comprehensive that identifies clients needs. Its implementation requires case manager to work with the client in many areas Housing, Mental Health, Addiction, Childcare etc
Shaun McGuinness
54:10
Perhaps a loaded question but are there any key factors preventing community based approaches such as this from receiving appropriate funding, particularly since the approach seems to be both evidence based and effective?
Roza Krzak-Marc
56:54
Is there anything interesting happening in Kilkenny in terms of DD research or roll out of this new approach?
Karol Mac Gairbheith
01:00:03
open thinking vs fixed thinking?
Shaun McGuinness
01:03:00
Thanks Liam
Roza Krzak-Marc
01:04:03
Thank you, Liam
Laura Hardiman
01:06:27
Hi Roza there is an online service called better together (HSE unforch for now but it's great) offering different groups both peer & professionally supported, open to anyone but mainly based out of CHO5. V much a recovery community approach
Roza Krzak-Marc
01:07:56
Thanks Laura, I'll look into it.
SOUTHSIDE CBDI
01:10:44
Apologies my microphone and video are broke. But it is great to hear, what you are all sharing. Thank you 🙂
Karol Mac Gairbheith
01:10:48
learning what can work well in practice - think well / think tank
Tabor Group
01:19:42
Thank You Emma and Team, I appreciated the opportunity to hear these reflections on inclusion and participation.
Mariana Colman
01:20:17
Thank you! we will share the recording with you soon
Laura Hardiman
01:20:28
reminds me of coproduction being the holy grail - being offered opportunity as a SU to co-produce something by a service that is by default not coproduced and by people who don't work co-productively, making decision non coproductively etc.
Liam Mac Gabhann
01:24:57
https://www.dcu.ie/courses/undergraduate/school-nursing-psychotherapy-and-community-health/certificate-peer-support
christine keegan
01:25:02
sorry have to leave, thanks for a very interesting talk
Roza Krzak-Marc
01:25:58
Thanks Liam, Emma and everyone. It's been a very interesting hour. Cheers from Kilkenny 😊
Ruth CBDI Ossory Youth
01:26:27
Thanks so much Emma and Liam. unfortunately have to leave too. Really informative and interesting talk. All the best, Ruth Ossory Youth
Breda Molloy
01:29:03
hope the definition of substance doesn't get too narrowed down to drugs and alcohol eg food abuse is one just as damaging to mental health and the physical body
Liam Mac Gabhann
01:29:29
Hi Breda
Karol Mac Gairbheith
01:29:58
dual diagnosis and dual recovery
Suzanne Murphy
01:30:49
As someone with "dual diagnosis" who is a student in DCU its sad to hear the pilot didn't work!
Suzanne Murphy
01:31:07
didnt work out*
Liam Mac Gabhann
01:32:12
Hi Breda, for this example yes, but the wider view is present in the role out of dual diagnosis programme
Karol Mac Gairbheith
01:32:40
society to become more aware of better ways of thinking about substance use challenges, not a moral issue, no more judgement
Marina Bowe
01:35:41
Many Thanks, Liam and Emma, plenty of thinking for Mental Health Professionals
Dearbhla Ní Dhroighneáin
01:35:43
Thank you all for a very informative and insightful discussion, as someone currently finishing their dissertation on mental health social workers’ perspectives on service provision for dual diagnosis, hopefully change will come soon!
Esther Wolfe
01:35:54
Thanks Liam and Emma - really enjoyed the discussion...thinking about power dynamics and seeing people with a deficit versus strengths!
Karol Mac Gairbheith
01:35:59
Amaaaaaaaaaaaze thank you
Rachel
01:36:18
Thank you Emma and Liam
Bridget O Sullivan
01:36:24
Thank you Liam and Emma, this was very interesting and informative.
Breda Molloy
01:36:26
thank you
Silvana MacMahon
01:36:33
Thank you
Daire Callanan
01:36:33
Thank you