Date(s) - 21/06/2021 - 23/06/2021
3:00 pm - 9:00 pm
This is an online event. The organisers say:
“There is an increasing amount of interest in Open Dialogue around the world. OD training programs currently are offered in the UK, USA, Italy, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Australia, Japan, etc. and a considerable amount of research being done in the wake of these training programs. The largest-ever RCT of Open Dialogue, the ODDESSI-trial (Open Dialogue: Development and Evaluation of a Social Network Intervention for Severe Mental Illness), is in its second year.
In 2019 the Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health Care has funded the HOPEnDialogue research project. The purpose of the project is to promote and assess the fidelity of Open Dialogue practice and evaluate its effectiveness internationally and is inspired by and linked to the ODDESSI trial. HOPEnDialogue is coordinated by the Italian National Research Council and involve an international Advisory Board of twenty OD experts.
In January 2014, Jaakko Seikkula convened the first meeting of the International Open Dialogue Research Collaboration in Helsinki. The second meeting of this network was hosted by University College London & Professor Steve Pilling in 2018.
This meeting was supposed to be in Rome, but we decided to turn it into a remote online meeting given the current pandemic situation. It will be the first international online meeting to promote research for the Open Dialogue Learning Community. We are working to organise a participatory and accessible conference, turning the impossibility of meeting in person into an opportunity to promote equity, diversity, and inclusivity and share our insights with other communities. We are looking forward to your participation!
During the Conference, a number of invited speakers will present the state of the art of OD research internationally. Together with that, we would like to present projects, plans, and ideas regarding research on OD of teams working with OD around the world.
We welcome contributions about open dialogue research, including methodology, reflections about clinical practice and personal narratives …”
You can find out more from here.