Dr Maeve Hurley, SHEP and Dr Nicola O’ Sullivan are collaborating to support Ireland’s frontline practitioners
Heart of Frontline Practice is a collaborative series of initiatives by Dr Maeve Hurley, SHEP (The Social & Health Education Project) and Dr Nicola O’ Sullivan. We are all practitioners with shared values and a common interest in supporting frontline practitioners’ health and wellbeing. This alliance aims to stimulate a national conversation about the reality of working in frontline practice and to highlight the need for more reflective spaces to support those working in frontline roles.
We look forward to hosting our third national seminar to provide Ireland’s frontline practitioners with a safe and nourishing on-line space to reflect on the impact of their work.
Bookings now open!
Tuesday 24th May 2022
9.30am – 3.45pm
‘Reconnecting with the heart of frontline practice 2022’ is a hybrid in-person and online event, open to all frontline practitioners working in health, social care, social work or education.
The theme is “Connecting and relating in diverse and complex settings” as healthcare, social work, social care and educational workplace settings are by their nature complex and diverse.
For bookings and further details, please see here.