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ENRICh 2: Beyond Competence, Cultivating Capability

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This is a conference for nurses, midwives and other healthcare professionals only.

Capable practitioners are able to use competencies in novel and complex situations. They can see where services and patient care can be improved and they know how to make that improvement happen! They know how to learn; they work well with others and they are self-effective. This conference will explore how nurses and midwives directly and indirectly transform care and cultivate capability through research, education, collaboration & innovation.

We have had a fantastic response to our call for abstracts and the timetable for the day is now published (below). Poster abstracts will be accepted for review up until 1st December Email your abstract to enrich@beaumont.ie.

This event has been kindly funded by the NMPDU Dublin North and is free to attend.

Timetable (subject to change)

  • 08.00 Registration
  • 08.45 Welcome and Housekeeping Ms. Karen Greene, Director of Nursing, Beaumont Hospital
  • 08.55 Opening address Dr. Siobhan O’Halloran, Chief Nursing Officer

Session 1: Chairperson Ms. Petrina Donnelly, Deputy Director of Nursing, Beaumont Hospital

  • 09.15 Maintaining dignity in the face of vulnerability Prof. Kate Irving, Lecturer, SNHS, Dublin City University
  • 09.45 Students helping students – How repeated simulated practice learning exercises influence student learning and preparation for nursing internship Dr. Melissa Corbally, Lecturer, SNHS, DCU
  • 10.00 The introduction of the first Growth Assessment Protocol (GAP) customized growth chart in a Republic of Ireland maternity hospital: Preliminary findings Ms. Bernadette Daly, Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda, Co. Louth
  • 10.15 eCoNNECT: enhanced Communication iN Nursing through Exchange of Clinical Teaching experiences. Irish NewNet Team, Beaumont Hospital and Dublin City University
  • 10.30 Coffee and poster viewing

Session 2: Chairperson Ms. Susan Hawkshaw, Head of Nurse Education/Practice Development, Beaumont Hospital

  • 11.00 From graduation to generation: advancing knowledge and skill in practice Prof. Zena Moore, Head of School of Nursing and Midwifery, RCSI
  • 11.30 A collaborative research model, fostering research capacity to enable nurse leaders to use evidence-based research for quality improvement in the clinical setting Ms. Geraldine Prizeman, TCPHI, School of Nursing and Midwifery, TCD
  • 11.45 The role of adult services in developing adolescent transition in epilepsy Ms. Yvonne Owen, Epilepsy Transition Coordinator, Children’s Hospital Group and Epilepsy Ireland
  • 12.00 Developing an arts-based intervention for patients who have end-stage kidney disease whilst receiving haemodialysis: A study protocol Ms. Claire Carswell, PhD Student, Queen’s University Belfast
  • 12.15 Defining & monitoring levels of observation for patients at risk of harm to self &/or others.Ms. Olivia Flattery, Clinical Practice Support Nurse, Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown
  • 12.30 The effects resulting from the implementation of the Framework for Safe Nurse Staffing and Skill-mix on nurses’ work environment Mr. David Gilligan, Research Assistant, School of Nursing and Midwifery UCC.
  • 13.00 Lunch and poster viewing

Session 3: Chairperson Professor Jonathan Drennan, School of Nursing & Midwifery, UCC

  • 13.45 Supporting nursing capacity Ms. Anne Brennan, Head of NMPDU Dublin North
  • 14.15 Management of neuropathic pain with Capsaicin 8% without physician supervision. Ms Joanne O’Brien, RANP Pain Management, Beaumont Hospital
  • 14.30 ‘MiKidney’: a pilot study of a self-management smartphone app for patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) Ms. Nuala Doyle, Clinical Nurse Manager, Renal Services, St. James’s Hospital
  • 14.45 Option 3 – Collection and storage of evidence providing choices to patients who experience sexual assault Ms. Margo Noonan, CNS, SAFE
  • 15.00 Jargon Busters – A resource tool as an introduction to Healthcare Informatics / eHealth Ms. Louise Geraghty, Clinical Practice Support Nurse, Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown
  • 15.15 The future of competence and capability. Ms. Judith Foley, Chief Education Officer NMBI
  • 15.45 Closing address, evaluation Ms. Petrina Donnelly, Deputy Director of Nursing, Beaumont Hospital



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