October Lecture on World Mental Health Day
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October Lecture on World Mental Health Day

Every year during World Mental Health Week, St Patrick’s Mental Health Services run a pop up radio station called Walk In My Shoes radio. All content is focused on the promotion of positive mental health with programmes anchored by well-known broadcasters. 

Aware and Walk In My Shoes radio will be collaborating on our upcoming lecture, taking place on World Mental Health Day, Wednesday 10th October. The event will start at the earlier time of 7.00pm, with guests asked to arrive at 6.45pm. Walk In My Shoes radio will broadcast the lecture live, which will be followed by our expert speaker Dr Ursula Bates in conversation with Prof. Jim Lucey, Medical Director at St. Patrick's Mental Health Services and Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, TCD.

This lecture takes place on Wednesday 10 October 2018 in the Lecture Theatre, Swift Centre, St Patrick's Hospital, James' St, Dublin 8. This lecture is open to the public, free of charge and there is no need to register in advance.


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