Population Health and Health Services Research

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Previous Seminars

Recordings of seminars are available on the seminar series channel.

Spring 2022

Dr Catherine-Anne Field, NUI Galway                       
‘Eye of the storm’: promoting staff well-being during the COVID pandemic through Team Time. 

Dr Barbara Clyne, RCSI                                              
Perspectives on the production and use of rapid evidence synthesis in decision making during the COVID-19 pandemic 

Dr Lisa Hynes, Mary Lillis and Irene Gibson, Croí                                                      
The role of health-related non-profiit organisations in facilitating Public and Patient involvement in research: The Croí-NUI Galway experience.

Prof Molly Byrne, Dr Maria O’Brien, Dr Oonagh Meade and Mary Liddy, NUI Galway                                
Making MECC Work – working collaboratively with key stakeholders to enhance the implementation of the Making Every Contact Count brief behavioural interventions programme. 

Autumn 2021

Professor Andrew Murphy, NUI Galway
The MultimorbiditY Collaborative Medication Review and Decision Making (MyComrade) study: A pilot cluster randomized trial in two healthcare systems.

Dr Rebecca Murphy, Maynooth University
Resolving knowledge injustice in research is not easy: A truthful description of the destinationless but impactful journey.

Dr Deirdre Robertson, ESRI Ireland
How Behavioural Science Influenced the Irish Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic: The Experience of the ESRI Behavioural Research Unit.​

Dr András Költő NUI Galway
What do studies tell us about LGBTI+ young people’s lives (and what they don’t): Insights from a landscape and knowledge gap analysis.

Spring 2021

Professor Lucie Byrne-Davis, University of Manchester     
Health Psychology Exchange: The experience of collaborative working during Covid-19.                                                        

Dr Emmy Racine, UCC         
It's a nice thing to do but ...': Exploring the methods and impact of Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in trials.

Dr Verna McKenna, NUI Galway                  
Developments in health literacy over time: A longitudinal qualitative research study. 

Dr Janice Richmond, Letterkenny University Hospital and Dr Alice Le Bonniec, NUI Galway                         
Cancer Care and Cancer Prevention Research in Ireland: A Developing Role for Primary Care.

Jytte Isaksen, University of South Denmark
Making health care accessible for people with aphasia through public and patient involvement.

Autumn 2020

Emma Wallace, General Practice and Royal College of Surgeons Ireland
Optimising prescribing for olcer people with multimorbity in primary care.   

Robert Joyce and Sinead Hynes, NUI Galway
Five positive outcomes from integrating PPI in our research: Experiences from a feasibility trial in multiple sclerosis (COB-MS). 

Michael Sykes, Newcastle University, UK
Enhancing the English national audit of dementia: An intervention development study.  

Rena Lyons and Stasha Antonijevic-Elliott, NUI Galway
Translating research into practice: A pilot study on assessment and diagnosis of multilingual children. 

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