A Day in the Life Of...Mental Health Support
23 Nov 2021 17:30 - 19:00
Earlier this year, we heard from nursing support workers in hospitals and community care in moving interviews about their experiences of the COVID-19 Pandemic. However, what have things been like for mental health support workers over the last two years?
Linked to our series recording nursing experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic, we will hear direct from mental health support workers around the UK about what a day in their life involves.
The event will be introduced by Richard Griffin, Professor of Healthcare Management at Kings Business School, Kings College London.
Devina Dickon (Assistant Practitioner), Ophelia Salmon-Brown (Trainee Nursing Associate), Angela Hawkins (Nursing Associate) and Inesa Sinkeviciute (Practice Development Lead), all at Southwest London & St George's Mental Health NHS Trust.
Sunday Babanumi (Mental Health Support Worker and Nursing Support Worker Committee member, Northwest), Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust.
David Stocks (Suicide Prevention Community Development Worker), Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
How to join:
This event will be recorded and added to the RCN archive, making sure these experiences are recorded for posterity. You can see others events documenting the nursing experience of the Pandemic on our Previous events page here.
This event is open to all, and will take place online. Please sign up to attend and the link to join will be circulated in advance.
Page last updated - 29/10/2021