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Focus on Chronic Drug Use

  • Pearse Street
  • 9.30 - 1.00
  • 26 Sep 2014

Price €5 members/students/unwaged & €10 non-members

THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED Impact on admissions of children into care, clinical consequences and dual diagnosis. This event is co-hosted by the National Drug Treatment Centre, HSE, Trinity Court & the IASW

THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED - PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE AT (01) 6774838 IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO GO ON THE WAITING LIST

 

You can access a copy of Aidan and Chloe's article on their research at www.nscph.com

 

Programme

9.30 – 10         Tea, coffee and registration

10 – 11            Vulnerable Families and Drug Use: Examining Care Admissions of Children of Parents Attending the NDTC (Aidan McGivern, Principal Social Worker & Chloe McDonnell, Social Worker)

11 – 11.15       Tea and Coffee Break

11.15 – 12       Dual Diagnosis: Mental Health and Substance Misuse (Dr Eamon Keenan)

12 – 12.45       The Clinical and Physical Consequences of Drug Use (Dr Shay Keating)

12.45 – 1         Discussion

 

Parental drug use can and does have serious consequences for parenting and for child welfare. Aidan and Chloe, social workers at the NDTC, will present their research which examined admissions to care of children whose parents attended the NDTC. The study identifies factors which contributed to reunification of children and families from the perspectives of parents and social workers and highlights factors which support parents to progress in rehabilitation and to achieve standards in appropriate and safe parenting.

Dr Eamon Keenan is Consultant Psychiatrist in Substance Misuse and Acting Clinical Director in the National Drug Treatment Centre.

Dr Shay Keating is Medical Officer to the National Drug Treatment Centre and specialist in the treatment of Sexual Health and Hepatitis C.

 

The IASW have awarded 2.5 CPD points to this event. 


 

  • THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED