Book Launch: Mental Health - A person-centred approach
The University of South Australia's
Human Rights and Security Research
and Innovation Cluster and School of Nursing and Midwifery
Warmly invite you to the launch of:
Developed by lead author Professor Nicholas Procter, School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of South Australia
Mental Health: A Person Centred Approach takes an innovative approach to mental health care that collaborates with consumers, carers and clinicians. This exciting new resource adopts a unique story telling method to teaching mental health nursing. It provides an opportunity for readers to gain a deeper understanding of how their work intersects with the lives of people with mental illness across a diverse range of communities and contexts.
Book will be launched by: Dr Margaret Grigg, Deputy Chief Executive, Mind Australia.
Published by Cambridge University Press, this is the first mental health nursing title in
Cambridge's 500 year history.
Click here to purchase book online
Launched by: Dr Margaret Grigg, Deputy Chief Executive, Mind Australia
Date: Tuesday, 15 April 2014
Time: 4:00pm for a 4:30pm start
Venue: Kerry Packer Civic Gallery
University of South Australia City West Campus
Level 3, Hawke Building
50-55 North Terrace, Adelaide
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Other Info: Canapes and drinks will be available during the event
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