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Dr Geraldine Foley, Assistant Professor, invited speaker at AIIHPC All Ireland Seminar on Designing and Developing Technologies for Palliative Care

Dr Geraldine Foley, Assistant Professor, was an invited speaker at an AIIHPC All Ireland Seminar on Designing and Developing Technologies for Palliative Care, June 12th. Dr Foley provided an overview of the complexities within the micro and macro contexts of palliative care and end-of-life care, and how technology use shapes or is shaped by complexities in care. The AIIHPC All Ireland Seminar on Designing and Developing Technologies for Palliative Care was funded by the AIIHPC with support from the HRB and the HSC Public Health Agency (Research and Development).

12th June, 2019


Dr Catherine Elliott O'Dare, Assistant Professor in Social Policy speaks to her social-gerontology research on intergenerational friendship (IGF)

Congratulations to Dr Catherine Elliott O'Dare, Assistant Professor in Social Policy, who in the Irish Times, speaks to her social-gerontology research on intergenerational friendship (IGF). See link for further details.

4th May 2019


Dr Catherine Elliott O’Dare, Assistant Professor in Social Policy, publishes in Journal of Aging Studies

Congratulations to Dr Catherine Elliott O’Dare, Assistant Professor in Social Policy, Discipline of Occupational Therapy, on her recent publication in Journal of Aging Studies (Impact Factor: 1.228, 5-Year Impact Factor: 1.965) The publication can be accessed here

4th February 2019


 


Seeking to appoint a fully-funded PhD candidate under the Provost’s PhD Project Award

Principal Investigator and Assistant Professor Dr. Geraldine Foley, Discipline of Occupational Therapy, School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin, is seeking to appoint a fully-funded PhD candidate under the Provost’s PhD Project Awards. The PhD Scholarship covers tuition fees (EU or non-EU) and an annual stipend of €16,000 for four years. The research is focused within palliative care and the project lends itself to a candidate from one of many research areas/disciplines or cognate fields: Allied Healthcare (including the therapy-based professions and Social Work), Nursing, Health Services Research, Social Policy, Health Policy, Healthcare Policy, Research methods, Psychology, Medical Sociology, and Social Sciences. See Provost’s PhD Project Award for full details.

4th February 2019

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