Connecting people - The 9th Nordic Network Meeting

Join us for the next Nordic conference on dialogical and network approaches to human (and more humane) services arranged at Rockheim, the National Museum of Popular Music, in Trondheim, Norway.
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Rockheim, Brattørkaia 14, 7010 Trondheim

13. juni kl 18:00 - 15. juni kl 15:00

Hosted by Trondheim Municipality, The Regional Competence Center for Drugs and Alcohol – Central Norway (KoRus Midt-Norge), The Norwegian Resource Center for Community Mental Health (NAPHA) and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

The conference originated over 20 years ago as a meeting place for Nordic professionals working with the Need-adapted approach, network meetings, Open Dialogue, Anticipation Dialogue, reflective practices and other related perspectives. The conference has since become more international with participants from all over the world. The primary language of the conference will be English.

REGISTRATION
Prices
Welcome reception June the 13th (Food and drink, one unit included) - Free of charge
Participation fee June the 14th–15th (Incl lunch and coffee breaks) - NOK 1800
Conference dinner June the 14th - NOK 500

Registration deadline: May 15th, 2019

Electronic registration available here.

 Accomodation: We have reserved a limited amount of rooms at Clarion Hotel & Congress Trondheim. Price: single NOK 1420 / double 1620 NOK per room/night, breakfast included. Deadline for booking: May 2nd 2019. For booking contact the hotel directly, specify booking code GR 012 092.

Other hotels nearby: Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel Trondheim, Scandic Nidelven, Comfort Hotel Trondheim, Thon Hotel Nidaros, P-Hotels Brattøra.

 Join us on Facebook and Twitter at #Nordicnetworkmeeting2019

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               PROGRAMME

 

 

Thursday, June the 13th

 

18.00

Welcome reception

 

Friday, June the 14th

08.30

Registration

 

09.00

Welcome to Trondheim

 

09.30–10.30

Jaakko Seikkula: Open Dialogues connecting families and social networks for 30 years: New resources created for most severe crises with advanced research + 15 min Q&A

 

10.30–10.45

Break

 

10.45–11.15

Mark Hopfenbeck, Peer-supported Open Dialogue and the ODDESSI project + 15 min Q&A

 

11.15–11.45

Ondrej Žiak & Lenka Turková, Open dialogue in practice in Zahrada 2000, Czechia + 15 min Q&A

 

11.45–12.15

Break

 

12.15–13.00

Workshop 1

a)     Maria Larsen Brattfjell & Anna Margrete Flåm, Open dialogues in network: Knowledge from adults of what made them disclose child sexual abuse

 

 

b)     Johannes Herwig-Lempp, Humans, Rights and Us – Systemic Social Work Provides Strategies

 

 

c)      Lisa Koser, Luke Sheahan & Christer Sabel, The families voice in family counselling within a Social Service context, the family therapy team in Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden (in Swedish)

 

13.00–14.00

LUNCH

 

14.00–14.30

Corrine Hendy & Mark Pearson, Client’s and network members’ experiences of Open Dialogue Service in Nottinghamshire Healthcare Foundation Trust + 15 min Q&A

 

14.30–15.00

Marion de Boer, Cynthia Blaauw & Karin Lorenz, From FACT to POD in the Netherlands + 15 min Q&A

 

15.00–15.30

Break

 

15.30–16.15

Workshop 2

a)     Johannes Herwig-Lempp, A variety of thoughtful answers to thoughtless comments

 

 

b)     Espen Warankov Godø & Olav Øverli, Letter writing: Meaningful (written) responses in network meetings (in Norwegian)

 

 

c)      Prateeksha Sharma, Self-disclosure and empowerment: Towards evolving a dialogic paradigm with peers

 

 

d)     Erik Hjort, Björn Holst & Kerstin Hopstadius, When the network map turns into people in a room

 

16.15–16.45

Break

 

16.45–17.30

Fishbowl reflections

 

19.00

Dinner

 

Saturday, June the 15th

09.00–09.30

Retribalisation

 

09.30–10.30

Harlene Anderson, Ways of Being and Becoming that hold the potential for transforming relationships and conversation + 15 min Q&A

 

10.30–10.45

Break

 

10.45–11.30

Anne Marie Sand Bakken, Network meetings and dialogue with young people driving at risk: Using film and Facebook in a public health campaign + 15 min Q&A

 

11.30–12.00

Break

 

12.00–12.45

Workshop 3

a)     Linda Sunderland, Corrine Hendy, Mark Pearson & Anne Felton, Principles in Practice: Promoting dialogical practice culture in the development and delivery of a co-produced learning experience on Open Dialogue in nurse education

 

 

a)     Ulla Rosengren, From seen to heard: Open Dialogue in network meetings as new practice in first conversation with patient at GP’s office (in Norwegian)

 

 

b)     Karin Lorenz, Marion de Boer & Cynthia Blaauw, Combining POD and EHealth, a bad marriage or a match made in heaven?

 

12.45–13.15

Break

 

13.15–14.00

Fishbowl reflections

 

14.00–15.00

Lunch and goodbyes

 

 

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