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ISPS webinar COVID-19 and Psychosis: Living in the long run

This event explores what we can learn from experience during the ongoing Covid-19 crisis from service users, family members and professionals.

In the first part of the webinar (90 minutes) there will be a trialogue between the three panelists - a person with lived experience of psychosis, a family member and a professional - with Rai Waddingham as the moderator. In the second part of the webinar (30 minutes) a summary of the Coronavirus stories ISPS received will be given by Cecilie Cecilie Brøvig Almås and Marjaana Karjalainen. This will be followed by a discussion, moderated by Debra Lampshire.

Panelists: Paul Ekwuruke, Irene van de Giessen and Pat Wright

To protect your privacy, we encourage you to register using a name you feel comfortable with other attendees seeing (e.g. first name, pseudonym or your full name).

If you take part in the chat or Q&A, we ask that you are kind to other attendees and panel members. The Q&A should be used for questions to the panelists and the chat area for interaction with other participants. These are challenging times for many of us, and we do not know what each other is going through. Some of us may express big emotions, and that's OK. We want this to be a safe enough space for all.

The webinar will be recorded and live streamed on our YouTube channel. Chat and Q&A (things that are typed) will not be visible on the recording. You will only feature in the recording if you ask a question/make a comment using your microphone - something the moderator may choose to invite subject to time/numbers.

Up to 7 days after the webinar you can contact us in case you wish for anything you said during the webinar to be deleted from the recording. After 7 days have passed the edited version of the webinar recording will become available on our YouTube channel.

We look forward to welcoming you to the event.
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