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Mr. Mark Monahan

Asst Prof/Head of Mental Health Nursing (School of Nursing & Midwifery)
DOLIER STREET - SCHOOL OF NURSING


  Health informatics   Mental health nursing   PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS   Psychosocial Interventions   Recovery in Mental Health
 Nursing schizophrenia: coping with professional dissonance in a community mental health team
 The EOLAS Project (Phase 2)
 An analysis of the practice-based critical incidents identified by student nurses as part of their reflective learning.
 An evaluation of Mental Health Practitioners experiences implementing a cognitive interventions programme for people diagnosed with psychosis.
 An Evaluation of a Pilot Self-Staffing Project in a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Unit.

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French Basic Basic Basic
Irish Basic Basic Basic
Details Date From Date To
Irish Institute of Mental Health Nurses 2009 current
Timmins, F. and Monahan, M., Getting reflection right , Nursing Standard , 29, (26), 2015, p74 - 74, Notes: [ Special Supplement 29, 26, 74. ], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
Higgins A; Hevey D; Monahan M; McBennett P; O'Shea M; O'Connor C; Gibbons P., Involving services users and family members in the design, delivery and evaluation of an educational intervention: lessons from the field., ENTER conference on User Participation: An essential element for effective mental care in the 21st century, Barcelona, Spain, 16th -17th June 2014, 2014, Meeting Abstract, PUBLISHED
O'Shea, M; Monahan, M; Hevey, D; McBennett, P; Leavy. C; Higgins, A, Impact of a four day facilitation training programme on participant's knowledge, skills and confidence: service users, clinicians, and family member perspectives, 33rd Annual International Nursing & Midwifery Research & Education Conference: 'Fundamentals of Nursing & Midwifery Practice', Royal College of Surgeons, 19-20 February 2014, 2014, Meeting Abstract, PUBLISHED
Leavy, C; O'Shea, M; Hevey, D; M; Monahan, M; McBennett, P; Higgins, A., Pre and post-test outcome of four day facilitation training programme on participant's knowledge, skills and confidence, The Fifth Symposium of the Irish Institute of Mental health Nursing: 'Recovery and clinical risk management: An oxymoron, Trinity College Dublin, 10th April 2014, 2014, Oral Presentation, PRESENTED
O'Shea, M; Monahan, M; McBennett, P; Leavy. C; Hevey, D; Higgins, A , Impact of a four day facilitation training programme on participants knowledge, skills and confidence: qualitative findings, The Fifth Symposium of the Irish Institute of Mental health Nursing: 'Recovery and clinical risk management: An oxymoron', Trinity College Dublin, 10th April 2014, 2014, Oral Presentation, PUBLISHED
Monahan M, Cronin P, Fahey-McCarthy E, Horan P, Murphy M., An analysis of the practice-based critical incidents identified by student nurses as part of their reflective learning, 17th International Reflective Practice Conference, Swansea, 10th September 2013, 2013, Meeting Abstract, PUBLISHED
Monahan M, Professional dissonance and 'schizophrenia': An autoethnography of psychiatric nursing practice in a community mental health team, Trinity College Dublin, 2013, Thesis, PUBLISHED
Monahan M, How psychiatric nurses work with people with a medical diagnosis of schizophrenia: The construction of a personalised model, 3rd International Nursing and Midwifery Conference, NUI Galway, 5th April, 2011, Meeting Abstract, PUBLISHED
Horan, P. & Monahan, M., Reflective Practice in Nursing Education in Ireland: Exploring Facilitators Experiences of the Process. , 2nd International Nursing and Midwifery Conference , Department of Nursing and Midwifery Studies, National University of Ireland, Galway , 6th/7th April, 2009, Meeting Abstract, PUBLISHED  URL
Horan, P. & Monahan, M. , "Exploring Nursing Academics and Nurse Practitioners experiences of a partnership approach to facilitating the development of Reflective Processing skills in Undergraduate Nurse Education using an electronic data collection technique." , NETNEP 2008 Conference - 2nd International Nurse Education Conference Research and Innovation in International Nurse Education, Dublin, 9th -11th June, 2008, Meeting Abstract, PUBLISHED
  

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Monahan M, Facilitating student growth and development using reflective groups, KCUFS Reflective Practice Conference, Kobe Japan, 28th August 2014, 2014, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies, Invited Talk, PUBLISHED
Monahan M, Reflection, emotion and knowledge of the self (Keynote address), KCUFS Reflective Practice Conference, Kobe, Japan, 29th August 2014, 2014, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies, Invited Talk, PUBLISHED
An introduction to psychosocial interventions. in, editor(s)Morrissey J., Keogh B. and Doyle L. , Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing: An Irish perspective, Dublin, Gill & Macmillan, 2008, pp139 - 155, [Monahan M., Doyle L. and Keogh B.], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Monahan, M. Lynch, S. Douglas D. Lawlor, A. Hughes, P. Nugent, M. Smyth, R. McGuinness, M. Whitehead, B. Neill, M. Sweeney, G. Griffin, S. & Burke, J, An Evaluation of a Pilot Self-Staffing Project in a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Unit, Health Services National Partnership Forum, March , 2006, Report, PUBLISHED
Monahan, M, Advances in Dementia Care: The Role of the Nursing Development Unit an Irish experience, Advances in Dementia Care Conference, School of Nursing & Midwifery Studies, TCD, Dublin, 2000, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Monahan, M, Guidelines for De-escalation and Crisis Intervention, Nurse Practice Development Conference, Blanchardstown Hospital, Dublin, 1999, Poster, PUBLISHED
Monahan, M, Violence in the Psychiatric Hospital setting, Psychiatric Nursing, 1, (2), 1994, p29 - 38, Journal Article, PUBLISHED

  

Award Date
Provost Teaching Award 2007
Mental Health Nursing. Working with people given a medical diagnosis of schizophrenia. Working with families where a diagnosis of psychosis is present. Facilitation of reflective practice in nursing.