SWAAT (Supporting Women to Access Appropriate Treatment) Research Launch - Shared screen with speaker view
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Peter Mc Mahon
Apologies, have to leave , meeting a client
sorry about joining late there was an issue with the office computer
hi Ali, I am having issues with my zoom unfortunately, I will be moving over beside my colleague. Thank you
Glad you’re connected now, Lisa & Sarah!
You're doing great Clara!
but there's no camera on this computer and there was no audio working on my computer
The most important thing is that we can all see & hear what is being shared - glad that seems to have worked, Lisa, and anyone is welcome to send me a direct message if any further issues.
excellent presentations so far, well done Niamh (Tallaght) and Clara (Ballyfermot) - delighted the SWAAT launch day has arrived. Mna na hEireann
well done Clara, really good overview, thanks
Brendan CASP CPLW
Great presentation Clara, well done
Will we get copies of the presentations?
Nb. We will be sharing the recording of the key presentations with all after the launch, so you will find the slides as part of that recording. I hope that works for all.
Would love a copy of the presentations and also a link to the report!
And the report will be also be sent out to all as part of the follow-up!
Great, thanks Ali
Sorry all need to leave for another meeting - great to see this important work progressed - congrats to all involved.
Excellent webinar so far thank you all who made this happen there definitely is strength in numbers collaborative approach is so necessary well done all
Debbie Dolan CARP
Thanks to all fantastic work
I have to leave sadly, brilliant research and really interesting speakers. Looking forward to reading the report. Well done to all involved.
Debbie Dolan CARP
CARP has minister visit so need to leave now but look forward to follow up
Debbie Dolan CARP
great work thankyou
Thanks for being here, Debbie, and all who may have to leave early!
I am struck by the limited mention of manual type psychotherapeutic interventions along with group counselling programmes by trained staff such as addiction counselling and therapeutic programmes to offer these women. I wonder if David and Jo hanna could speak to the importance of such staff for the delivery of a longterm connection within Tier 3 services. delivering a range of trauma informed services. Under the Hidden Harm Strategy action points Tusla and addiction service providers could work out local protocols to decrease the fear for women re their children. The addiction counsellor can be a strong advocate for their clients vs a vs Tusla.
Apologies I have to leave for a team meeting. Thank you for this.
This has been an excellent seminar and It was so helpful to hear all presentations especially the SWAAT outcomes by Jo hanna and David's research. There is huge learning from all especially the courageous women who volunteered their views. The aim is to ensure removal of barriers to ensure provision of optimum treatment which will enable positive recovery. I really look forward to hearing about the next steps.
Well done to all involved
We plan to have closing remarks from both David & Jo-Hanna, so will aim to wrap-up and respond to any comments here then.
Thank you for organising the seminar, very useful and informative. I have lots of follow up reading to do on some of those quoted studies
Joanne O Dwyer RED DOOR PROJECT
Well done all involved, Niamh Jo hanna you were fantastic. brilliant seminar, Look forward to the next step on this topic. Thanks Joanne
Excellent presentation thanks so much to all - similar experiences here in Ballymun
This has been excellent. Huge well done to all involved. Looking forward to seeing how us all in the community can work together.
Very informative and great presentations, well done to all involved!
Well done, really interesting and valuable research.
Anna Kelly-Blue Door
That was really interesting, well done to everyone involved.
Carla Jakes BCP
Well done, very interesting and informative !
Great seminar, thanks to all involved. SWATT Initiative is really well placed to provide much needed support to women in the two communities. Best of luck with it all and I look forward to hearing how it goes.
Thank you so much for the informative and valuable presentations. Very interesting.
Question: I know the research is Qual and localised but how do you se the findings translate to a national context?
When considering the education of adolescents, don't forget the primary educators, parents. Bernie McDonnell
thanks everyone really informative and enjoyable
Sheila Gilheany Alcohol Action Ireland
Very interesting webinar - great presentations. Thanks very much to all involved.
Aidan - Blue Door
Insecurity around housing situation nearly becomes all-emcompassing for the women we work with, a significant block on recovery
Thank you both very much.
Well done everyone and especially Niamh your an inspiration
Brendan Magee CASP CPLW
Thank you to all involved, great job
Mary Jane Trimble
Really interesting presentation and findings. Thank you
Thanks for your research work and for a great presentation
Thanks so much. fantastic start of a discussion.
Aidan - Blue Door
Its been great learning thank you to everyone
Well done to all involved, a very interesting and informative seminar. Thank you.
Anita o neill
thank you ,well done to all for work involved ,Anita spellman centre ringsend
Catriona Nally BYAP
Thank you, really interesting presentation. Look forward to continuing the discussion and actioning the recommendations!
Thank you, very useful research
Thanks from all of us at NWICTDP, very informative, well done 👏👏
Gerry R Tolka River
this has been excellent, many thanks and I am sure the recommendations will be thought provoking and bring about the change that is needed.
Great seminar. well done to all involved
Well done to Tallaght and Ballyfermot Drug Task Forces for their work on this very important issue.
Many thanks to all involved
Well done Niamh and Clara!