The Contribution of Schools of Nursing and Midwifery to Research

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This webinar will highlight leading research being led by nurse and midwife researchers across the Irish University Associations' HEIs

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This seminar is one in a series titled 'Celebrating the Contribution of Nursing and Midwifery in Contemporary Irish Society' hosted by the Irish University Associations' Heads of Nursing and Midwifery group to raise awareness on the contribution that nursing and midwifery are making across the provision of health care in Ireland. The seminars will focus on clinical practice, education, research, as well as specialist and advanced practice. They will also explore the role that nurses and midwives have been playing in the supporting the national effort during the Covid-19 pandemic.

This lunchtime seminar, on June 25, will highlight the contributions of nurse and midwife researchers during the pandemic.

Seminar: The Contribution of Schools of Nursing and Midwifery to Research

13:00 Welcome and Introductions – Prof Dympna Casey, NUI Galway.

13:05 Dr Catherine Houghton, NUI Galway.

Responding rapidly to understand more about healthcare workers’ adherence to infection prevention and control (IPC) guidelines.

13:15 Dr Briege Casey, Dublin City University.

Researching Nurse-led interventions among homeless populations during COVID-19.

13:25 Dr Fintan Sheerin, Trinity College Dublin.

Research among people with intellectual disability: challenges experienced during Covid-19.

13:35 Prof Alice Coffey, University of Limerick.

RapidInfo4U ­– an online individualised COVID-19 support intervention for nursing and allied health professionals.

13:45 Live panel discussion, with Q&A from attendees.

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