Professor Eimear Muir-Cochrane

Professor Eimear Muir-Cochrane is Chair of Nursing (Mental Health) at Flinders University and President of the Australian College of Mental Health Nurses and has been involved in mental health research and education for over thirty years. Eimear is committed to trying to make a difference for consumers through education and research in aggression, seclusion, absconding and restraint. Eimear has published three books, a mobile optimised educational device (MOD), a MOOC, two monographs and over a hundred research articles. Currently training for the 2019 Australian Masters Swimming Championships, Eimear is a keen gardener, both activities being very good for her mental health.

Further details of her research and writing can be found here:


TERP focuses on identifying, avoiding and reducing harm across all environments in which the care of people with mental ill health is provided. TERP inforces Australia’s commitment to reduce the use of, and eliminate restrictive practices as a priority for action. Each jurisdiction, in conjunction with the Safety and Quality Partnership Standing Committee and the Commonwealth Government, works towards this vision by holding a series of forums providing an opportunity to learn and grow from local and national initiatives to eliminate restrictive practices and create a dialogue for future care.

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