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IGS Postgraduate Research Day

Irish Gerontological Society

Friday, 27 April 2018 from 09:45 to 15:30 (IST)

IGS Postgraduate Research Day

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IGS Postgraduate Research Day 2018 

27th April 2018 

The Irish Gerontological Society (IGS) will hold its Postgraduate Research Day on Friday, 27th April 2018 at:

Old Lecture Theatre, St. Vincent's University Hospital, Dublin 4 

This study day is designed to encourage, support and facilitate students who are registered for a postgraduate degree (MD, PhD, MSc) in the field of ageing research. We welcome students who would like to present, those considering a career in research, or those who simply have an interest in ageing research. Research supervisors will also find this event to be of interest.

Confirmed Speakers 

Dr. Rose Galvin – Troubleshooting for your higher degree

Dr. Derek Hayden – Surviving analysis: A clinicians guide to research

Mary Walsh – Developing and diversifying your skills as a postdoctoral researcher

Please keep an eye on the research day page of the IGS website for further programme updates. 

To attend, you must register in advance online by Wednesday 18th April

If you have any questions or queries please contact   Elaine O Connor, secretary@irishgerontology.com

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Bus Routes:

The following buses stop on the Merrion Road at the front of the Hospital:

  • 4 – departs from Harristown, through O’Connell St. to Monkstown Avenue
  • 7/ 7a – departs from Mountjoy Square to Loughlinstown/ Cherrywood
  • 145 - departs from Hueston Station, through the city centre and out to the N11, stopping at RTE which is 10 minutes walk to the Hospital 

Car Park

There are three car parks in St. Vincent’s University Hospital:

  • 24hr multi-storey car park located opposite the main entrance to the hospital
  • Underground car park close to the Emergency Department
  • 24hr Herbert Wing car park located at the back of the campus
Do you have questions about IGS Postgraduate Research Day? Contact Irish Gerontological Society

When & Where


St Vincent's University Hospital
196 Merrion Road
D04 Y8V0 Dublin 4
Ireland

Friday, 27 April 2018 from 09:45 to 15:30 (IST)


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Irish Gerontological Society

Transforming ageing in Ireland....

Founded in 1951, The Irish Gerontological Society (IGS) is one of the oldest multidisciplinary societies in the world concerned with gerontology: the science and study of the ageing process. We are engaged with research, education and practice in the field of ageing. This includes the study of changes in older people’s physical and cognitive health, and the social changes people experience as they age.

....through Interdisciplinary and cross-speciality engagement and collaboration....

Our core purpose is to provide leadership in advancing the science and study of ageing. Our primary role is to connect professionals and experts, link research evidence to policy and practice, and disseminate information to our members, decision-makers and society. In doing this, we aim to transform the lives of older people.

Members of the IGS stem from the whole of Ireland, representing professions and disciplines involved in areas such as health and social care, economics, the social and built environments and technology.

....towards improvements in the wellbeing, health and care of older people....

As champions of optimal ageing, we strongly believe in the strength and impact of our combined expertise and efforts. Our members connect, collaborate and network at our scientific meetings, seminars and study days. Engagement is encouraged and enabled through attendance at our events and participation in our committees, project teams, and special interest groups.

....for a better world which is age-attuned.

Throughout, we strive to stimulate both debate and action on improving the well-being and empowerment of older people. We seek to contribute to public discussion by being an authoritative voice on all aspects of ageing, informed by evidence-based research and professional practice experience. We do this in pursuit of our vision of an age-accommodating and age-attuned society, where older people are not left behind.

miriam.ahern@irishgerontology.com      www.irishgerontology.com          @irishgerontsoc

CHY No. 18858

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