Highlands & Islands Ecosystem Meeting 13 May '19
Mental Health Stigma and Discrimintation
|11.00||Importance of listening to the lived experience voice||Graham Morgan, Mental Welfare Commission Scotland|
|11:30||If we start with Lived-experience evidence in rural mental health – where does it take us?||Sarah Skerret, SRUC|
|12:00||>Gaining Ground: Galvanising a network to support social crofting and green care models within Moray and Highlands||>Gaining Ground, Scottish Crofting Federation|
|12:30 - 13:15||Networking lunch|
|13.15||See Me: Tackling stigmatising and discriminatory behaviour||Calum Irvine, See Me Scotland|
Workshop: Resourcing the peer-leader within: Essentials of the Peer2Peer approach to inspire recovery & wellbeing
In this workshop they will share their approach to the Peer2Peer training materials that you can use to support effective peer-supports for running groups, designing a service or supporting 1-2-1.
To Join the Conversation
The Ecosystem is now on LinkedIn and we’ve created a private Group. Connect with us through Highlands & Islands Ecosystem for Rural Mental Health & Active Healthy Ageing LinkedIn Group.
The Group provides members the ability to opt into a social platform where they can communicate with each other.
You can find the Ecosystem group and join by using the search feature at the top of your Linkedin homepage; you will need to have a profile on LinkedIn before joining our group and the groups co-ordinators.
Once you're a group member, you can explore the latest conversations on the conversations page, start or participate actively in conversations and comment on workshop outputs.
Highlands and Islands Ecosystem Partners: