I’ve been asked to be one of the keynote speakers at the 45th ACMHN International Mental Health Nursing Conference in Sydney, being held from 8th to 10th October 2019 (see the #ACMHN2019 hashtag on Twitter). To be an invited speaker at such a prestigious conference is a pretty big deal to me.
In amongst some incredibly impressive people, I’m on the #ACMHN2019 program as a keynote speaker. 😬
You know how on TV they often end the serious news with a lightweight panda story?
Me = 🐼 https://t.co/LEZNcLJHXN
— Paul McNamara (@meta4RN) June 30, 2019
This blog page serves as a place to find my presentation quickly and easily [here], and as a place to collate and list references.
Bio (from www.acmhn2019.com/speakers)
Paul McNamara has been a nurse since 1988, a mental health nurse since 1993, a credentialed mental health nurse since 2006, and a fellow of ACMHN since 2008. He works as a consultation liaison CNC at Cairns Hospital. Paul also tinkers online quite a bit; he has a social media portfolio built around the homophone “meta4RN”, which can be read as either “metaphor RN” or “meta for RN”.
More info about the conference here: www.ACMHN2019.com
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Bec @notesforreview (2019, October 2). Because of Twitter I have – ^ academic/clinical knowledge – Learnt about current prof issues – Learnt from experts by experience – Gained new perspectives – Challenged biases – Made wonderful connections – Received & given support – Co-authored an article for
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Luddites I have known: meta4RN.com/luddites
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McNamara, P. (2013) Behave online as you would in real life (letter to the editor), TQN: The Queensland Nurse, June 2013, Volume 32, Number 3, Page 4. meta4RN.com/TQN
McNamara, P. and Usher, K. (2019), Share or perish: Social media and the International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 28(4), 960-970. doi:10.1111/inm.12600
Professional use of Twitter: meta4RN.com/poster
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Look, I don’t want to make a big deal of my face being featured* on a magazine cover**, but it is true that some*** people now call me “The Elle McPherson of Mental Health Nursing”.
*in a tiny thumbnail way
**back cover, that is
***just me so far #ACMHN2019 pic.twitter.com/l7jvihs8x4
— Paul McNamara (@meta4RN) August 3, 2019
Thanks for reading this far. You might be the only person who has. 🙂
As always, your feedback is welcome via the comments section below.
Paul McNamara, 4 October 2019
Short URL meta4RN.com/ACMHN2019
Very good Paul and nice of you to share this ahead of your presentation