8th & 9th June 2017 at UCD Health Sciences Centre, Belfield

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Irish Association of Rehabilitation Medicine Meeting

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25th Anniversary Meeting 2017 June 8th and 9th

Health Science Centre, UCD

PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME (as of April 5th)

Tickets from:

https://iarm2017june8thand9thucd.eventbrite.ie

Call for Abstracts, Papers and Posters now open:

See www.rehabilitation.ie for more details!

 

Thursday June 8th: 1st National Symposium on Research in Rehabilitation

Start-Time

End Time

Speaker

Role

Topic

14:00

14:15

Dr. Paul Carroll

Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine, National Rehabilitation Hospital, Dublin (NRH), St. Vincent's University  Hospital, The Royal Hospital Donnybrook

Welcoming Address

14:15

14:35

Dr. Fiadhnait O’Keefe

Senior Clinical Neuro-psychologist, NRH

Hearing vulnerable voices and including the excluded: capacity, consent and ethics.

14:35

14:55

Elizabeth Maguire

Chair of the Ethics Committee, NRH

Perspectives from an Ethics Committee

14:55

15:15

Dr. Anne Cody

Health Research Board

Funding opportunities for rehabilitation medicine research

15:15

15:35

Mr. Ian Callinan

Clinical Audit Co-ordinator, St. Vincent’s Healthcare Group

The Pillars of Hercules: Clinical Audit and Research

15:35

15:55

Rebecca O’Connor

Music Therapist, NRH

Collaborative research; the challenges and benefits of undertaking interdisciplinary international multi-site studies in music therapy

15:55

16:15

Dr. Mary Elizabeth Walsh

Postdoctoral Researcher and Honorary Lecturer, RCSI

"Journey into research: getting started and keeping going"

16:15

16:35

Harriet Doig

Information, Advocacy & Research Officer Multiple Sclerosis Society

Using internet platforms to recruit participants and raise awareness of research studies: examples from research in Multiple Sclerosis.

16:35

17:10

BREAK – POSTERS

 

 

17:10

17:25

Free Paper 1

To be confirmed

It could be you! See abstract details

17:25

17:40

Free Paper 2

To be confirmed

It could be you! See abstract details

17:40

17:55

Free Paper 3

To be confirmed

It could be you! See abstract details

17:55

18:15

Prof Evelyn Gordon

School of Nursing and Health Sciences, DCU

Researching Sensitive Topics in Vulnerable Populations: Examples from the field of Suicide

18:15

18:35

Gerard Murphy

Service User

Research gives us hope; a service user perspective

18:35

18:55

Dr. Sarah Donnelly

Assistant Professor in Social Work, School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice, UCD

Action Research and Participatory Action Research in Healthcare-Insights and Case Examples.

18:55

19:30

Prof Rory O’Connor

Charterhouse Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine, Academic Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Leeds Institute of Rheumatic and Musculoskeletal Medicine, University of Leeds

The future of rehabilitation research: learning from the light and dark of the past

19:30

19:35

Wrap-up

   

Thursday Evening Conference Dinner

Come Dine With Us!  Some places still available - mail us at contact@rehabilitation.ie for details.


Friday  June 9th Morning Session: “The Heart of the Mind”

Start-Time

End Time

Speaker

Role

Topic

08:30

08:35

Details to follow

 

Welcome

08:35

09:00

Dr. Kieran O’Driscoll

Consultant Neuropsychiatrist, NRH and Bloomfield Hospital

“…no longer Gage”; learning from Phineas

09:00

09:25

Dr. Maria Frampton

Consultant Psychiatrist, NRH and St. Vincent’s University Hospital

'Don't worry be happy doc': resilience after trauma

09:25

09:50

Dr. Sara O’Doherty

Paediatric Clinical Neuropsychologist, NRH

“What children can tell us”

09:50

10:15

Deirdre Dooley

Head of Training & Clinical Services, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital/ UCD Family Therapy Training Programme

"The heart of the mind: a systemic lens"

10:15

10:30

Mary Corr

Relative and Carer of a person with significant traumatic Brian Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury - a family experience

10:30

11:00

BREAK – POSTER REVIEW

   

11:00

11:15

Panel Discussion

   

11:15

11:35

Sr. Stan Kennedy

Founder of Focus Ireland

Moving From the Head to the Heart in Service

11:35

11:55

Alvin Chan

Service User

The Journey to Recovery

11:55

12:20

To be confirmed

To be confirmed

 

12:20

12:40

Competition speaker

It could be you! See competition details

Goal Me, Whole Me.

12:40

13:00

Panel Discussion

   

Lunch in Concourse and Poster Viewing 13:00 – 14:00  

   

Friday June 9th  Afternoon Session: “Assistive Technology and Bio-Interfaces”

14:00

14:05

Introduction

Role

Topic

14:05

14:35

Siobhan Long

National Manager, Assistive Technology and SeatTech Services, Enable Ireland

 

14:35

15:05

Dr Gerald Craddock

Chief Officer, Centre for Excellence in Universal Design, National Disability Authority.

"Applying A Universal Design approach: The Missing Link
between AT and the Mainstream?"

15:05

15:20

Free Paper 1

To be confirmed

It could be you! See abstract details

15:20

15:35

Free Paper 2

To be confirmed

It could be you! See abstract details

15:35

16:05

BREAK – POSTERS

   

16:05

16:20

Free Paper 3

To be confirmed

It could be you! See abstract details

16:20

16:35

Paper 4

To be confirmed

It could be you! See abstract details

16:35

16:55

Competition Speaker

It could be you!

Technology – gateway to freedom: 2030

16:55

17:15

Dr. Ken Monaghan

Director Clinical Health & Nutrition Centre (CHANCE) for Research, Programme Chair for Health Sciences, School of Science, IT Sligo

The future of Cross-Education of strengthening and Mirror Therapy for the stroke population

17:15

17:35

Dr. Cristina Simoes-Franklin

Medical Physicist, National Cochlear Implant Programme,  Beaumont Hospital, Dublin

The Gift of Sound: 20 years of Cochlear Implantation in Ireland

17:35

17:55

Dr. Brian McNamee

Lecturer, School of Computer Science, University College Dublin. Principal Researcher at Centre for Applied Data Analytics Research (CeADAR)

Exploring the Use of Machine Learning for Assistive Technology and Bio-interfaces

17:55

18:05

Meeting Close

   

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