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Grantham Street, Dublin 8, D08 W8HD.

 
WED
22
MAR

Promoting Wellbeing and Mental Health: Illustrations from research across the lifespan




Ballymascanlon House Hotel, Dundalk, Co. Louth
Exhibition - local organisations 6pm (Refreshments served)
Talk begins at 7pm sharp – 8.30pm

 


To coincide with the NIBPS Annual Conference, PSI and NIBPS are partnering to offer a free public talk. An exhibition promoting local relevant voluntary and health services related to the series of talks will commence at 6pm.

This event brings together a group of presentations that illustrates the importance of promoting wellbeing and mental health at every stage of life and how the way we respond to the challenges that life presents can make a big difference to how we feel, think and behave.

In the opening talk Dr Nichola Doherty from the Western Health & Social Care Trust will discuss how positive parenting can influence the health and wellbeing of both parents and children.

Next Dr Gavin Breslin from the School of Sport at Ulster University will speak about his research into how community participation in sport can enhance wellbeing.

Dr Liz Simpson, also from Ulster University, will bring attendees up to date with her research on how the effects of menopause on women’s wellbeing can be more effectively managed.

Finally, Dr Frank Doyle from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland will discuss how feelings, thoughts and behaviour impact on wellbeing in older people.

Click here for further information on the event.
 

 

 
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