We are delighted to host our first KeepWell Clinic of 2020 in one of our accredited organisations, Mountjoy Prison, on Wednesday February 5 at 11am. Our host on the morning will be Edward Mullins, Governor of the prison. He will provide insights on an array of topics related to health and wellbeing, with a focus on maintaining staff wellbeing in a stressful working environment. This event is suitable for any KeepWell enrolled organisation interested in taking a proactive approach to employee wellness and utilising your internal and external resources effectively. It also offers a unique opportunity to get insights into the wellbeing programme at Mountjoy.


11:00am - Welcome with tea and coffee and overview of Mountjoy prison – Eddie Mullins (Governor)

11:15am - Critical Incident stress management (CISM) and staff support services – Philip O'Meara (Assistant Chief Officer & Staff Support officer)

11:30amDelivering the first Smoke-free prison in ROI – Collette Farrell (Nurse Officer) and Willie Fogarty (Assistant Chief Officer)

11:45am - Presentation on Mountjoy staff wellness programmes – Officer Dave O’Mahony & Assistant Chief Officer Neil McSweeney

12:15pm - Keynote talk by Dublin Football star Philly McMahon

12:45pm - Q&A 

1:00pm - Lunch 

1:30pm - Tour of the prison

About the KeepWell Clinics:

A series of short corporate wellbeing seminars and master classes designed to provide practical guidance in embedding wellbeing into corporate culture. 

Here, you will meet other professionals from all industries leading out in wellness, share best practice and hear from experts in the corporate wellbeing industry. Some sessions will take place at companies premises.

Start Date February 05, 2020
Time 11.00 - 14.00
Duration 3 hours
Delegate Price Free
Location Mountjoy Prison
Type Briefings
Contact Alanna McGuinness
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