To celebrate the International year of the Nurse and the midwife, the IUA Heads of Nursing and Midwifery group are hosting a seminar series which will run monthly throughout 2021 and 2022, to highlight the challenges, successes, research and innovations happening in academic and clinical settings nationally.
On October 22nd this seminar titled ‘Supporting Family, Patient and Public Involvement: Exemplars from the Nursing Discipline’ which highlights patient & public engagement across the four main disciplines of nursing.
- Welcome and Introductions: Dr Fintan Sheerin, Trinity College Dublin
- Prof Imelda Coyne, Trinity College Dublin
“Following the Yellow Brick Road”. Engaging children and youth as partners in the evaluation, co-design and delivery of child and family centred health care.
- Dr Liz Hartnett, Dublin City University
Educating intellectual disability nurses to support people with an intellectual disability and their families across the lifespan.
- Dr Irene Cassidy, University of Limerick
Quality of life of people living with Parkinson’s Disease: Working in partnership.
- Ms Tracey McDonagh, National University of Ireland, Galway
The evolution of recovery education in mental health through co-production.
- Live panel discussion
Dr Fintan Sheerin, Ms Eileen Whelan, Mr Michael Foley, Speakers