Dr Lisa Butterly, Historian and Patient Advocate will present: The History of Mental Healthcare in the early 20th Century on Wednesday, July 13th at 7.30pm.
The July lecture content will cover topics such as transport links with mental health institutions and the role of local and national government in mental healthcare in a time of war and revolution.
Aware lectures are free-of-charge and all are welcome to attend. Lectures take place the second Wednesday of every month at the Lecture Theatre, Swift Centre, St. Patrick’s Hospital, James’s St., Dublin 8.
Lectures start at 7.30pm however we advise that you arrive 15 minutes early to ensure you are seated comfortably. Paid parking is available in the St. Patrick’s Hospital car park (entrance via Steeven’s Lane); alternatively, take the Luas (red line) to Heuston Station and walk (map to St. Patrick’s Hospital).
Aware lectures are recorded and are available online in video and audio format each month.
View over 40 hours of free lecture content featuring a diverse range of topics including CBT, Depression, Anxiety, Psychosis, Bipolar Disorder, Depression & Young People, Neuroscience and more on Aware’s YouTube channel