Inaugural Conference on Collaborative Lifespan Research
For the past two years, Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital,Children’s University Hospital Temple Street, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital and the Rotunda Hospital have been working together on a strategic alliance known as the North Dublin Hospital Group (NDHG). As the NDHG is a unique grouping of hospitals that provides maternity, paediatric, adult and geriatric care, the NDHG is working together to build on the clinical, operational and educational synergies that exist between them.
The NDHG recognises the importance of collaboration in research for the healthcare system and for the country as a whole and as a result it is hosting the Inaugural Conference on Collaborative Lifespan Research. The purpose of the conference is to bring together an outstanding and diverse group of clinicians, researchers, and thought leaders at the forefront of collaborative research in Ireland.
The objectives of the Collaborative Lifespan Research Conference are as follows:
- To showcase the importance of collaboration in research for the healthcare system and for the country as a whole.
- To highlight and demonstrate the value and attractiveness of progressing collaborative research opportunities in the future.
- To make visible the collaborative efforts of the North Dublin Hospital Group.
- To provide a forum for healthcare professionals and stakeholders to discuss frontier research in Irish medicine.
For the full programme, CME information, and details of how to register please visit our events page.