Dr. John Gerard Dinsmore

Dr. John Gerard Dinsmore

Associate Professor, School of Nursing & Midwifery

3531896 4155http://ie.linkedin.com/in/johndinsmore/

Biography

Dr. John Dinsmore is an Ussher Associate Professor of Digital Health and Integrated Care and Deputy Director of the Trinity Centre for Practice and Healthcare Innovation (TCPHI) at the School of Nursing and Midwifery (SNM). Over the course of his career he has gained extensive international and national experience leading major projects to develop and evaluate digital health innovations in practice, particularly within the Irish healthcare setting and across European member states. In particular Dr. Dinsmore has been recognised for his leading role in advancing the use of digital health technologies to improve self-management and care for individuals living with multiple chronic conditions (multimorbidity). This includes understanding the role played by an individual's care network (family, informal and formal carers and health care professionals) as part of any self-management regime. Outcomes from his research aim to understand and maximise the appropriate use of digital health technologies as part of a person-centred approach to home and community based health and well-being management. His work also seeks to strengthen academic, health service and industry collaboration in order to translate research outcomes into innovate practice within health and social care environments. Since 2015 Dr. Dinsmore has secured significant competitive research funding totalling over 13 million euros as a principal investigator from a variety of international and national award bodies such as the European Commission (EC), Science Foundation Ireland and Enterprise Ireland. This has included 3 awards under the EC Horizon 2020 (H2020) programme. He is Coordinator/Lead PI of two H2020 projects; ProACT (http://www.proact2020.eu) and SEURO (http://seuro2020.eu) and TCD PI in the H2020 MSCA VisuAAL (https://www.visuaal-itn.eu) project. Within these roles he has lead multi-country development and evaluation of digital health innovations bringing together a wide range of key stakeholders from academia, citizens, industry, health services, legal and policy. Informed by his research focus, Dr. Dinsmore's teaching covers the fields of healthcare innovation, digital health, health psychology and behavioural science across both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Within his teaching Dr. Dinsmore embeds key findings from his research ensuring students are introduced to the state of the art in digital health innovations exploring their design, development and evaluation, providing students with a range of innovative theories and methods (e.g. design thinking, behavioural science, business case development) to drive their creative thinking and generate potential solutions for the challenges of modern healthcare. Since joining Trinity College Dr. Dinsmore's leadership roles have included Deputy Director of the TCPHI, Lead TCD Principal Investigator (PI) for the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Health, Knowledge and Information Community (KIC) and Course Director for the post-graduate programmes in Mental Health at the School of Nursing and Midwifery. He was also previously a Member of the Board of Directors for the EIT Health KIC UK/Ireland Co-Location Centre (CLC). In this role he led TCD activity to support the transition of the CLC to Ireland post-Brexit during the COVID pandemic. Dr. Dinsmore has also served on a number of School and College strategic and research committees (e.g. EIT Steering Committee, Tangent Academic Oversight Committee; SNM Research Committee; SNM Post Graduate Committees; Creative Arts Practice Steering Committee). He presently serves on the College Central Scholarship Committee, Industry PhD working group and TCPHI Executive.

Publications and Further Research Outputs

  • Dinsmore J., Comiskey C., Galligan K., Delaney S., Needs and Requirements of Ambient Assistive Living (AAL) and Information Communication Technologies (ICT) solutions for Informal Long Term Care of Older Persons, 15th Healthcare Interdisciplinary Research Conference, Dublin, November 2014, 2014Oral Presentation, 2014, URL
  • Dinsmore J., Comiskey C., Clyne B., Delaney S. , : The BREATHE Project: A Study of the Development and Use of Assistive Living Technology by Informal Caregivers and People Living with Chronic Health Conditions, TMED6, Derry, Northern Ireland, September 2014, 2014Oral Presentation, 2014, URL
  • Dinsmore J., Brady A., McKee G., O'Donnell S., Prendergast D., McCabe C, Development of Peer Learning, Self-Management Videos to Support Behavioural Change in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), AIRC 14th Annual Interdisciplinary Research Conference, Dublin, Ireland, November 2013, 2013Oral Presentation, 2013
  • Dinsmore J., Comiskey C., Galligan K., Delaney S., Cullen K., White Paper on the Needs and Requirements of Individuals of AAL and ICT Solutions for Informal Long-Term Care of Elderly people, breathe-project.eu/gallery/17/White_paper_on_needs_and_requirements_of_AAL_and_ICT_solutions_of_informal_LTC_of_elderly_people.pdf, BREATHE AAL Project, October, 2014Report, 2014
  • Dinsmore J., Comiskey C., Galligan K., Delaney S. Cullen K, 'Platform for Self-Assessment and Efficient Management of Informal Caregivers - Trials Strategic Plan (Dinsmore J - Principal Editor) ', Trinity College Dublin, BREATHE AAL EU Project, 2014, -Protocol or guideline, 2014, URL
  • Privacy and Ethical Issues in, editor(s)Florez-Revuelta, F. & Chaaraoui A.A. , Active and Assisted Living: Technologies and Applications. , IET, 2016, pp389 - 406, [Florez-Revuelta F., Padilla-López J.R., Dinsmore J., Pierscionek B]Book Chapter, 2016, DOI , URL
  • Boot, F., Dinsmore, J., Khasnabis, C., MacLachlan, M. , Intellectual Disability and Assistive Technology: opening the GATE wider. , Frontiers in Public Health, section Public Health Policy , 5, (10), 2017Journal Article, 2017, DOI
  • Dinsmore J., Murphy E., Hannigan C., Smith S., Doyle J., Towards A Digital Behaviour Change Intervention For People With Multiple Chronic Conditions To Enhance Self Management., 14th Annual Psychology, Health & Medicine Conference, RCSI, Dublin Ireland, 2017Poster, 2017, URL
  • Doyle, J., Hoogerwerf, E.J., Kuiper, J., Murphy, E., Hannigan, C., Dinsmore, J., Van der Auwermeulen, T., Albert, J., Jacobs, A., Maluccelli, L., Desideri, L., Fiordelmondo, V., Designing a Proactive, Person-Centred, Digital Integrated Care System, 17th International Conference for Integrated Care 2017, Dublin, Ireland, 8-10 May 2017, 2017Poster, 2017, TARA - Full Text
  • Doyle, J. Murphy E., Smith S., Hannigan C., Kuiper J., Jacobs A., Dinsmore J. , Addressing Medication Management Challenges for Older People with Multimorbidities: A Multi-Stakeholder Approach, SIGCHI, Pervasive Health: ACM SIGCHI, Barcelona, Spain, 23-26/05/2017, ACM, 2017, pphttps://doi.org/10.1145/315486Conference Paper, 2017, DOI , URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Murphy E., Doyle J., Hannigan C., Smith S., Kuiper J, Jacobs A., Hoogerwerf EJ., Desideri L., Fiordelmondo V., Maluccelli L., Brady AM., Dinsmore J, Perceptions and use of technology to support older adults with multiple chronic conditions, Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, AAATE 2017, Sheffield, UK, 12-15 September 2017, 242, 2017, pp748-754Conference Paper, 2017, DOI , TARA - Full Text
  • Harris N, Galligian K., Piersoneck B., Dinsmore J.,, Monitoring people in private spaces: technological advances and societal issues., AAL Forum 2015, Gent, Belgium, September, 2015Oral Presentation, 2015, URL
  • Dinsmore J., Harvey B., Gorman S. , DOCTRID ASSISTID Marie Curie-Co Fund, HISI Annual Summit, Dublin, Ireland, October, 2013Oral Presentation, 2013, URL
  • Dinsmore J & Crawford V, Stroke, Illness Perception & Quality of Life: 12 Month Study, NIMAST Stroke Forum, Lisburn, Northern Ireland, May, 2012Oral Presentation, 2012
  • Dinsmore J., Murphy E., Hannigan C., Smith S., Brady AM., McCarron, M., Doyle J., Advancing ProACTive Digital Integrated Care - The Challenges and Opportunities Facing an Ageing Society, eHealth 2030 , Dublin, Ireland, November, 2016Oral Presentation, 2016, URL
  • Dinsmore J., Stroke, Illness Perception & Quality of Life. , The Queen's University of Belfast, 2009Thesis, 2009, URL
  • Lopez V., Betancourt-Silva J, McCarthy G., Kotolaus S., Mulligan N., Cucci F, Deparis S, Sbodio ML., Tommasi P., Segrave-Daly J., Cullen C., Hennesey C., McKeon B, Yadav N., Kelly K, Olsen R., Dinsmore J., Brady AM. , Note Highlights: Surfacing Relevant Concepts from Unstructured Notes for Health Professionals, Healthcare Informatics, ICHI 2017, Venice, Italy, 21-22 June, IEEE Xplore, 2017Conference Paper, 2017, DOI , URL
  • Dinsmore J., Hannigan C., Murphy M., Kuiper J., Jacobs A., Smith S., Doyle J., The impact of carer 'shared (disease management) responsibility' on 'shared decision making' for older persons managing multimorbidity , European Journal of Neurology, 3rd Congress of the European Academy of Neurology, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 24th-27th June, 24, (Supplement 1), 2017Published Abstract, 2017, URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Kuiper J., Jacobs A., Doyle J., Murphy E., Smith S., Hannigan C., Dinsmore J., Overcoming Challenges of Digital Self-Management in Older Adults with Multimorbidity: the Promise of Social Connectedness, European Geriatric Medicine, European Union Geriatric Medicine Society Congress 2017, Nice, France, 20th-22nd September, 8, (Supplement 1), 2017, ppS139Published Abstract, 2017, URL
  • Murphy E., Doyle J., Hannigan C., Smith S., Dinsmore J, Perceptions and use of technology to support self management for older adults living with multiple health conditions within an ecosystem of care, Age and Ageing, Irish Gerontological Society 65th Annual and Scientific Meeting, Wexford, Ireland, 46, (Suppl_3), Oxford University Press, 2017, ppiii13 - iii59Published Abstract, 2017, DOI , URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Smith S., Doyle J., Hannigan C., Murphy E., Dinsmore J., Support Older People with Multimorbidity: Experiences of Caregiver Burden Among Paid Care Workers in Ireland, Irish Gerotological Society 2017, Wexford, Ireland, 28th-30th September, 2017Poster, 2017, URL
  • Hannigan C., Doyle J., Murphy M., Smith S., Dinsmore J., Experiences and Perceptions of Self-Management for Older Adults with Multimorbidity: A Multi-Stakeholder Study, Irish Gerontological Society Conference, Wexford, Ireland, 28th-30th September, 2017Oral Presentation, 2017, URL
  • Dinsmore J., Murphy E., Hannigan C.m Smith S., Brady AM., McCarron, M., Doyle J.,, ProACT: Developing a Digital Integrated Care System to Support Persons Managing with Multimorbidity , mHealth and Behavioural Change Conference, NUIG, Galway, Ireland, 15th June, 2017Oral Presentation, 2017, URL
  • Galvin M; Doyle J; Murphy E; Hannigan C; Brady AM; McCarron M; Bowman S; Smith S; Dinsmore J, The Role of Design Thinking in the Application of PPI within the ProACT Project, 4th Annual SPHeRE Conference, RCSI, Dublin, Ireland, 11/01/2018, 2018Poster, 2018, TARA - Full Text
  • Malavasi M; Fiordelmondo V; Hoogerwerf EJ; Maluccelli L; Desideri L; Doyle J; Dinsmore J. , Towards the development of an integrated care platform for frail older adults: setting the technological priorities from a stakeholder perspective, Ambient Assisted Living. ForItAAL 2017, FortiAAL, Genova, Italy, 12/06/2017, 540, Springer, Cham, 2019, pp189 - 197Conference Paper, 2019, DOI , URL
  • Doyle, J., Hoogerwerf, E.J., Kuiper, J., Murphy, E., Hannigan, C., Dinsmore. J., Van der Auwermeulen, T., Albert, J., Jacobs, A., Maluccelli, L., Desideri, L., Fiordelmondo, V., Designing a proactive, person-centred, digital integrated care system , International Journal of Integrated Care, 17th International Conference for Integrated Care 2017, Dublin, Ireland, May 2017, 17, (5), 2017, ppA211-Published Abstract, 2017, URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Hannigan, C., Doyle, J., Murphy, E., Smith, S. and Dinsmore, J., Experiences and perceptions of self-management for older adults with multi morbidity: a multi-stakeholder study, Age and Ageing, Irish Gerontological Society 65th Annual and Scientific Meeting, Wexford, Ireland, 28-30 September 2017, 46, (Suppl. 3), 2017, ppiii1 - iii12Published Abstract, 2017, URL
  • Smith, S., Doyle, J., Hannigan, C., Murphy, E., and Dinsmore, J., Supporting older people with multi morbidity: experiences of caregiver burden among paid care workers in Ireland, Age and Ageing, Irish Gerontological Society 65th Annual and Scientific Meeting, Wexford, Ireland, 28-30 September 2017, 46, (Suppl. 3), 2017, ppiii13 - iii59Published Abstract, 2017, URL
  • Doyle, J., Hoogerwerf, E.J.H., Kuiper, J., Desideri, L., Fiordelomondo, V., Hannigan, C., Jacobs, A., Maluccelli, L., Murphy, E., Smith S. and Dinsmore, J., White paper on the needs and requirements of older people with multiple chronic conditions to self-manage their health , European Commission CORDIS, European Commission , 2017Report, 2017, URL , TARA - Full Text
  • John Owuor, Fiona Larkan, Bonnix Kayabu, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Greg Sheaf, John Dinsmore, Roy McConkey, Mike Clarke, Malcolm MacLachlan, Does Assistive Technology Contribute to Social Inclusion for People with Intellectual Disability? A Systematic Review Protocol , BMJ Open, 2018Journal Article, 2018, DOI , URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Doyle J., Murphy E., Hannigan C., Smith S., Bettencourt Silva J., Dinsmore J., Designing Digital Goal Support Systems for Multimorbidity Self-Management - Insights from Older Adults and their Care Network, , Pervasive Health, New York, United States, 21st-24th May, 2018Conference Paper, 2018
  • Boot F., Dinsmore J., MacLachlan M., GATE-ID, Global Research, Education and Innovation in Assistive Technology (GREAT) Summit, Geneva, Switzerland, 3rd-4th August 2017, 2017Poster, 2017, URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Boot F., Dinsmore J., MacLachlan M, GATE-ID: Global Access to Assistive Technologies for People with Intellectual Disabilities, DOCTRID V, Limerick, Ireland, 27th-28th April, 2017Poster, 2017, URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Comiskey C., Delaney S., Galligan K., Dinsmore J., Keenan M., Cullen K., The BREATHE Project, a mobile application, video-monitoring system in family homes as an aid to the caring role: Needs, acceptability and concerns of informal carers, Digital Health, 4, 2018, p1 - 8Journal Article, 2018, DOI , URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Boot F., Owuor J., Dinsmore J., MacLachlan M, Access to assistive technology for people with intellectual disabilities: a systematic review to identify barriers and facilitators, Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 2018, pdoi: 10.1111/jir.12532Journal Article, 2018, DOI , URL
  • Vargiu E., Dinsmore J., Baranda J., Andrieu L., Rico de Heras A., Kelly K., Barrue C., Roque M., Notarangelo I., Andrieu L , Enhancing the Value of Care to People: How Innovations Meet End Users Needs in Integrated Care Contexts, International Conference on Integrated Care , Utrecht, Netherlands, 23rd-25th May, 2018Poster, 2018, TARA - Full Text
  • Dinsmore J., Hannigan C., Murphy E., Galvin M.,, Smith S., Kuiper K., Jacobs A., O'Byrne E., Doyle. J, ProACT: Interventional Strategies to Support Individuals Self-Managing With Multimorbidity Using a Digital Behavioural Change Intervention, European Health Psychology Society Conference, Galway, Ireland, 21st-25th August, 2018Oral Presentation, 2018, URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Hannigan C., Murphy E., Doyle J., Galvin M., Kuiper J., Smith S., Jacobs A., O'Byrne E., Dinsmore J., ProACT (Integrated Technology Ecosystems for ProACTive Patient Centred Care) Proof of Concept trial: Study protocol, European Health Psychology Society Conference, Galway, Ireland, 2018Poster, 2018, URL
  • Vargiu E., Dinsmore J., Baranda J., Andrieu L., Rico de Heras A., Kelly K., Barrue C., Roque M., Notarangelo I., Andrieu L , Enhancing the value of care to people - How innovations meet end users' needs in integrated care contexts, International Conference on Integrated Care, Utrecht, Netherlands, 23rd-25th May, 2018Oral Presentation, 2018, TARA - Full Text
  • Galvin M., Murphy E., Hannigan C., Doyle J., Smith S., Bowman S., McCarron., Brady AM., Dinsmore J, ProACT: Fostering PPI within the design of digital health solutions for people with multimorbidity, 'International Perspectives on Evaluation of Patient & Public Involvement in Research', Newcastle, United Kingdom, 15th-16th November, 2018Poster, 2018, URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Galvin M., Dinsmore J., Ni Cheallagh, How to Foster PPI With Those Excluded From Public Involvement Itself?, 'International Perspectives on Evaluation of Patient & Public Involvement in Research', Newcastle, United Kingdom, 15th-16th November, 2018Oral Presentation, 2018, TARA - Full Text
  • Hoogerwerf E.J.H., Ferrando M., Kadyrbaeva A., Malavasi M., Fiordelmondo V., Dinsmore j., Desideri L., Technology transfer of solutions for integrated care: the case of the ProACT project, Resko, Seoul, South Korea, 8th and 9th November, 2018Published Abstract, 2018
  • Boot F.H., MacLachan M., Dinsmore J., Are there differences in factors influencing access and continued use of assistive products for people with intellectual disabilities living in group homes?, Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 2019, p1-10Journal Article, 2019, DOI , TARA - Full Text
  • Smith S., Murphy E., Hannigan C., Dinsmore J., Doyle J., Supporting older people with multimorbidity: The care burden of home health-care assistants in Ireland, Home Health Care Services Quarterly, 2019, p1-15Journal Article, 2019, DOI
  • Albert J., Fulton P., Hoogerwerf EJH., Fiordelmondo V., Dinsmore J., Developing Sustainable, Country-Specific Business Models for a Digital Healthy Aging Self-Management Innovation, ISPIM Connects, Fukuoka, Japan, 2-5 December, 2018, pp1-16Conference Paper, 2018, URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Doyle., Murphy E., Kuiper J., Smith S., Hannigan C., Jacobs A., Dinsmore J., Managing Multimorbidity: Identifying Design Requirements for a Digital Self-Management Tool to Support Older Adults with Multiple Chronic Conditions, Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI 19, Glasgow, 4th-9th May, 2019, pp1-14Conference Paper, 2019, DOI , URL
  • Doyle, J. Murphy E., Smith S., Hannigan C., Kuiper J., Jacobs A., Dinsmore J. , Addressing Medication Management Challenges for Older People with Multimorbidities: A Multi-Stakeholder Approach, SIGCHI 2017, Barcelona, Spain, 23rd-26th May, 2017Oral Presentation, 2017
  • Murphy E., Doyle., Hannigan C. Smith S., Dinsmore J, Perceptions and use of technology to support self-management for older adults living with multiple health conditions within an ecosystem of care, Irish Gerontological Society 65th Annual and Scientific Meeting, Wexford, Ireland, 28th-30th September, 2017Poster, 2017, TARA - Full Text
  • Doyle J., Hoogerwerf EJH., Van der Auwermeulen T., Murphy E., Maluccelli L., Kuiper J., Fiordelmondo V., Jacobs A., Desideri L., Brady AM, Dinsmore J., Care Models/Pathways for Managing Multimorbidity, European Commission, European Commission, May , 2016, p1 - 125Report, 2016, URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Doyle J., Caprani N., Gavin S., Jacobs A., Kuiper J., Hoogerwerf EJH., Hannigan C., Dinsmore J., 'Ecosystem Trial Strategic Plan Friendly Trial -ProACT', European Commission, European Commission, 2016, 1 - 22Protocol or guideline, 2016, TARA - Full Text
  • Doyle J., Hannigan C., Kuiper J., Smith Suzanne., Murphy E., O'Byrne E., Jacobs A., Hoogerwerf EJH., Galvin M., Dinsmore J, 'Ecosystem Trial Strategic Plan - ProACT Friendly Trials', European Commission, 2017, 1 - 86Protocol or guideline, 2017, URL
  • Dinsmore J., Hannigan C., Lorenzo Desideri., Olmo Alberto., Murphy E, Report specifying the conditions for effective Behavioural Change with ICT-AT in ProACT, European Commission, ProACT, September, 2016, p1 - 114Report, 2016, URL
  • Van Leeuwen C, Doyle J, Pascale A, Galvin M, Medina Maestro J, Sellevis-Smitt, Hoogerwerf EJH, Dinsmore J, Whitepaper on ProACT system and associated privacy issues, European Commission CORDIS, European Commission , February, 2020, p1 - 30Report, 2020
  • Galvin M., Murphy M., Tompkins L., Sheerin, K., Hannigan C., Doyle, J., Dinsmore J.., ProACT: Co-Designing a Person-Centred Digital Integrated Care System for Multimorbidity., Trinity Health and Education International Research Conference, Trinity College Dublin, 6th-7th March, 2019Oral Presentation, 2019
  • Dinsmore J., Murphy E., Galvin M., Sheerin J., Tompkins L., Hoogerwerf EJH., Jacobs A., Van Leeuwen C., Sillevis Smitt M., Fiordelmondo C., Desideri L., Sheridan P., Coan K., Smith S., Doyle J., ProACT: Person-centred digital integrated care for adults aged 65 years and over, living with multimorbidity, 15th AAATE Congress, Bologna, Italy, 27-30th August 2019, 2019Oral Presentation, 2019, URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Ballin M., Hult A., Björk S., Dinsmore J., Nordström P., Nördstrom A., Digital exercise interventions to improve measures of central obesity or centrally obese individuals: a systematic review, International Journal of Public Health, 2020Journal Article, 2020, DOI
  • Tompkins L., Doyle J., Murphy E., Galvin M., Sheerin J., Jacobs A., Sillevis-Smitt M., van Leeuwen C., Smith Suzanne., Sheridan P., Dinsmore J., Informal carers experience of using a digital application to support older adults with multimorbidity, The Conf2020, School of Nursing and Midwifery Trinity College Dublin, 2020Oral Presentation, 2020
  • Sheridan S., Doyle J., Tompkins L., Sheerin J., Galvin M., Murphy E., Sillevis Smitt M., van Leeuwen C., Jacob A., Dinsmore J., The Role of Telephone Nurse Triage in Supporting Older Adults with Multimorbidities to Self-Manage using Digital Technology, The Conf 2020, School of Nursing and Midwifery Trinity College Dublin, 3rd-5th March , 2020Poster, 2020
  • Boot F.H., Ghosh R., Dinsmore J., Maclachlan M., Views and Experiences of People with Intellectual Disabilities to Improve Access to Assistive Technology: Perspectives from India, Disability, CBR and Inclusive Development, 2021Journal Article, 2021, DOI
  • BOOT F.H., GHOSH R., DINSMORE J., MACLACHLAN M., Including the views and experiences of people with intellectual disabilities to improve access to assistive technology: perspectives from India, WHO GREAT CONSULTATION, Geneva, Switzerland, 22nd August, 2019Oral Presentation, 2019, URL
  • BOOT F.H., OWUOR J., GHOSH J., DINSMORE J., MACLACHLAN M., Barriers and facilitators to access and use assistive products for people with intellectual disabilities in Ireland, India and South Africa, IASSIDD World Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, 2019Oral Presentation, 2019
  • BOOT F.H., OWUOR J., DINSMORE J., MACLACHLAN M., Access to Assistive Technology for People with Intellectual Disabilities, QUB Global Health Symposium, The Queen's University Belfast, May, 2019Oral Presentation, 2019
  • BOOT F.H., OWUOR J., DINSMORE J., MACLACHLAN M., Intellectual Disability and Assistive Technology: Opening the GATE Wider., AFRINEAD, Kumasi, Ghana, 2017Oral Presentation, 2017
  • Dinsmore J, Murphy E, Moreira Marques M, Caoimhe Hannigan C, Smith S , Desideri L, Bettencourt-Silva J, Kuiper J, Galvin M, Lastra J, Doyle J, ProACT Behavioural Change Assessment Tool-Kit, European Commission CORDIS, February, 2020, p1 - 37Report, 2020
  • Tatou ek J, Albert J, Hoogerwerf EJH, Murphy E, Galvin M, Gallardo D, Fiordelmondo V, Dinsmore J., Competitive market analysis inICT-AT (including digital health) for chronic disease/multimorbidity management and integrated care, European Commission CORDIS, February, 2020, p1 - 68Report, 2020
  • Albert J, Gallardo D, Evert Jan Hoogerwerf, Doyle J, Pascale A, Tatousek J, Schutte K, Galvin M, Fiordelmondo V, Dinsmore J , European Innovative Value Networks and Business Model Scenarios for the ProACT Platform, Final Trials Report, European Commission CORDIS, European Commission , February, 2020, p1 - 56Report, 2020
  • Gallardo D, Albert J, Tatou ek J, Doyle J, Pascale P, Van Leeuwen C, Sillevis Smitt M, Galvin M, Tommasi P, Deparis S, Dinsmore J, European Social Cost Benefit Analysis of the ProACT Platform, European Commission CORDIS, European Commission , February, 2020, p1 - 75Report, 2020
  • Hoogerwerf EJH, Fiordelmondo V, Galvin M, O'Byrne E, Pascale A, Kadyrbaeva A, Barton J, Walker D, Tatousek J, Doyle J, Medina J, Albert J, Maluccelli L, Ferrando M, Dinsmore J, Report on ProACT dissemination, exploitation and communication activities and events., Final Report Update, European Commission CORDIS, European Commission , February, 2020, p1 - 140Report, 2020, URL
  • Hoogerwerf EJH, Fiordelmondo V, Galvin M, O'Byrne E, Pascale A, Kadyrbaeva A, Barton J, Walker D, Tatousek J, Doyle J, Medina J, Albert J, Maluccelli L, Ferrando M, Dinsmore J, Report on ProACT dissemination, exploitation and communication activities and events., European Commission CORDIS, European Commission , 2017, p1 - 72Report, 2017, URL
  • Hoogerwerf EJH, Fiordelmondo V, Galvin M, O'Byrne E, Pascale A, Kadyrbaeva A, Barton J, Walker D, Tatousek J, Doyle J, Medina J, Albert J, Maluccelli L, Ferrando M, Dinsmore J, Report on ProACT dissemination, exploitation and communication activities and events., 2nd of 3 Updates, European Commission CORDIS, European Commission , 2018, p1 - 99Report, 2018, URL
  • Albert J, Fulton P, Hoogerwerf EJ, Hannigan C, Fiordelmondo V, Dinsmore J , European Innovative Value Networks and Business Model Scenarios for the ProACT Platform, Phase 1 Report, European Commission CORDIS, 2018, p1 - 43Report, 2018, URL
  • Murphy E, Doyle J, Hoogerwerf EJ, Kuiper J, Desideri L, Fiordelmondo V, Hannigan C, Jacobs A, Maluccelli L,Smith S, Dinsmore J , Whitepaper: Needs and requirements of ProACT IC for Multimorbidity Care and Support, Final Report Update, European Commission CORDIS, February, 2020, p1 - 65Report, 2020, URL
  • Lastra J, Murphy M, Doyle J, Medina J, Pascale A, Dinsmore J, A set of person-centred analytical methods for risks and outcomes for digital integrated multimorbidity management and care, Phase 2 Report, European Commission CORDIS, 2018, p1 - 31Report, 2018, URL
  • Dinsmore J, Doyle J., 'ProACT CareAPP -Integrated Technology Systems for ProACTive Patient Centred Care', Trinity College Dublin and Dundalk Institute of Technology, 2020, -Software, 2020, URL
  • Fryers R, Saad T, Dinsmore J, Kelly K., 'way2B', Trinity College Dublin, 2020, -Software, 2020, URL
  • Boot F., Kahonde C., Dinsmore J., MacLachlan M., Perspectives on access and usage of assistive technology by people with intellectual disabilities in the Western Cape province of South Africa: Where to from here?, African Journal of Disability, 2021Journal Article, 2021
  • S. Deparis, P. Tommasi, A. Pascale, H. Rifai, J. Doyle and J. Dinsmore, Building a Risk Model for the Patient-centred Care of Multiple Chronic Diseases, IEEE, IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM), San Diego, USA, 18-21 Nov 2019, IEEE Xplore, 2019, pp1078 - 1082Conference Paper, 2019, DOI
  • Sheridan P., Doyle J., Smith S., Van Leeuwen C., Sillevis Smitt M., Jacobs A., Dinsmore J., The Role of Telephone Triage Nurses in Supporting Older Adults with Multimorbidities in Ireland and Belgium to Self-Manage using Digital Technology, DigiFest 2020, Birmingham, UK, 10/03/2021, 2020Poster, 2020, URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Marques M., Smit E., Norris E., Silva C., Dinsmore J., Michie S., Promoting open behaviour science through ontologies: The case of the tailoring ontology, European Health Psychology Society Conference, Virtual Event, 23/08/2021, European Health Psychology Society, 2021Oral Presentation, 2021
  • Smith S., Doyle J., Murphy E., Dinsmore J., Digital technology adoption by healthcare professionals: learnings from a 12-month trial in two countries, THEconf2020, Dublin, Ireland, 04/03/2020, 2020Oral Presentation, 2020
  • Silva C., van Allen Z., Presseau J., Dinsmore J., Marques M, Scoping Review of Theories and Classification Systems of Multiple Behaviours and Multiple Goals in Behavioural Science, European Health Psychology Society Conference, Virtual Event, 23/08/2021, European Health Psychology Society, 2021Poster, 2021, TARA - Full Text
  • Dinsmore, J. and Hannigan, C. and Smith, S. and Murphy, E. and Kuiper, J.M.L. and O'Byrne, E. and Galvin, M. and Jacobs, A. and Smitt, M.S. and van Leeuwen, C. and McAleer, P. and Tompkins, L. and Brady, A.-M. and McCarron, M. and Doyle, J., A Digital Health Platform for Integrated and Proactive Patient-Centered Multimorbidity Self-management and Care (ProACT): Protocol for an Action Research Proof-of-Concept Trial, JMIR Research Protocols, 10, (12), 2021Journal Article, 2021, DOI , URL
  • Doyle J., Murphy E., Gavin S., Pascale A., Deparis S., Tommasi P., Smith S., Hannigan C., Smitt M.S., Van Leeuwen C., Lastra J., Galvin M., McAleer P., Tompkins L., Jacobs A., Marques M.M., Maestro J.M., Boyle G., Dinsmore J., A Digital Platform to Support Self-management of Multiple Chronic Conditions (ProACT): Findings in Relation to Engagement during a One-Year Proof-of-Concept Trial, Journal of Medical Internet Research, 23, (12), 2021Journal Article, 2021, DOI , URL
  • Ballin, M. and Hult, A. and Björk, S. and Dinsmore, J. and Nordström, P. and Nordström, A., Digital exercise interventions for improving measures of central obesity: a systematic review, International Journal of Public Health, 65, (5), 2020, p593-605Journal Article, 2020, DOI , URL
  • Murphy, E. and Doyle, J. and Hannigan, C. and Smith, S. and Kuiper, J. and Jacobs, A. and Hoogerwerf, E.-J. and Desideri, L. and Fiordelmondo, V. and Maluccelli, L. and Brady, A.-M. and Dinsmore, J., Perceptions and Use of Technology to Support Older Adults with Multimorbidity, Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 242, 2017, p160-167Journal Article, 2017, DOI , URL
  • Dinsmore, J., Avoiding the 'iceberg effect': Incorporating a behavioural change approach to technology design in chronic illness, 2015, 125-148ppBook, 2015, URL
  • Crawford, M.J. and Killaspy, H. and Barnes, T.R.E. and Barrett, B. and Byford, S. and Clayton, K. and Dinsmore, J. and Floyd, S. and Hoadley, A. and Johnson, T. and Kalaitzaki, E. and King, M. and Leurent, B. and Maratos, A. and O'Neill, F.A. and Osborn, D.P. and Patterson, S. and Soteriou, T. and Tyrer, P. and Waller, D., Group art therapy as an adjunctive treatment for people with schizophrenia: Multicentre pragmatic randomised trial, BMJ (Online), 344, (7847), 2012Journal Article, 2012, DOI , URL
  • Doyle J, Murphy M, Gavin S, Pascale P, Hannigan C, Deparis S, Tommasi P, Smith S, Sillevis Smitt M, van Leeuwen C, Jacobs A, Lastra J, Medina J, Boyle G, Dinsmore J, ProACT - A Digital Platform to Support Self-Management of Multiple Chronic Conditions: Findings in Relation to Engagement during a one-year Proof-of-Concept Trial. , Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR), 23, (12), 2021, p1 - 26Journal Article, 2021, DOI , TARA - Full Text
  • Moran O., Doyle J., Smith S., Giggins O., Dinsmore J, Investigating the needs and concerns of older adults with multimorbidity and their healthcare professionals for conceivable digital psychotherapeutic interventions, Digital Health, 2022, p1-14Journal Article, 2022, DOI , URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Silva C., Presseau J., Moreto M., van Allen Z., Schenk P., Dinsmore J., Marques M., A systematic Review of Multiple Health Behaviour Change Interventions in Healthcare, European Health Psychology Conference, Bratislava, Slovakia, 23-27th August 2022, 2022Poster, 2022
  • Doyle, J. and McAleer, P. and van Leeuwen, C. and Smith, S. and Murphy, E. and Sillevis Smitt, M. and Galvin, M. and Jacobs, A. and Tompkins, L. and Sheerin, J. and Dinsmore, J., The role of phone-based triage nurses in supporting older adults with multimorbidity to digitally self-manage - Findings from the ProACT proof-of-concept study, Digital Health, 8, 2022Journal Article, 2022, DOI , TARA - Full Text
  • Sheng, Y. and Doyle, J. and Bond, R. and Jaiswal, R. and Gavin, S. and Dinsmore, J., Home-based digital health technologies for older adults to self-manage multiple chronic conditions: A data-informed analysis of user engagement from a longitudinal trial, Digital Health, 8, 2022Journal Article, 2022, DOI , URL
  • Dinsmore, J. and McDonnell, R., mHealth Translation Framework: Behavioral Design and Development to Improve Self-Management in Chronic Health Conditions, 2014, 181-197ppBook, 2014, DOI , URL
  • Sillevis Smitt, M. Doyle, J., Dinsmore, J., Ferrando, M., Smith, S., Polak, S., van Leeuwen, C. & Jacobs, A., Transferability of an Integrated Care Platform: Use Case, ICCHP-AAATE 2022 Conference Proceedings, ICCHP-AAATE 2022 , Lecco Italy, 13th-15th July 2022, 2022Conference Paper, 2022, DOI , URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Doyle, J., Sillevis Smitt, M., Smith, S., McAleer, P., van Leeuwen, C., Jacobs, A., & Dinsmore, J., Older Adults" Experiences of Using Digital Health Technology for Multimorbidity Self-Management " Findings From a Longitudinal Study, ICCHP-AAATE 2022, Lecco, Italy, 13th-15th July 2022, 2022Conference Paper, 2022, DOI , URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Smith, S., McAleer, P., Doyle, J., Gavin, S. & Dinsmore, J., Technical Support Needs of Older Users of Digital Health Technologies to Support Self-Management of Multimorbidity, ICCHP-AAATE Conference Proceedings, ICCHP-AAATE 2022, Lecco, Italy, 13th-15th July, 2022, 2022Conference Paper, 2022, DOI , URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Sheng Y., Doyle J., Bond R., Jaiswal R., Dinsmore J, Augmenting K-means Clustering with Qualitative Data to Discover Engagement Patterns of Older Adults with Multimorbidity when using Digital Health Technologies: Findings from a Proof-of-Concept Trial,, Journal of Medical Internet Research, 2024, p1 - 23Journal Article, 2024, DOI , TARA - Full Text
  • Tham N., Brady AM., Dinsmore J, Future-self vividness influences acceptance of camera- based active and assisted living technologies, European Journal of Public Health, 16th European Public Health Conference 2023, Dublin, Ireland, 8th Nov 2023, 33, (2), 2023Published Abstract, 2023, TARA - Full Text
  • Tham N., Brady Anne-Marie, Dinsmore J, Poor continuity to the future self is associated with reduced acceptance of camera- based active and assisted living technologies among older adults, The Conf 2023, Dublin Ireland, 7-9 March 2023, 2023Poster, 2023, TARA - Full Text
  • Tham N., Brady AM., Ziefle M., Dinsmore J, Barriers and facilitators to older adults acceptance of camera-based active and assisted living technologies: a scoping review protocol, Open Research Europe, 2, (210), 2023, p1 - 19Journal Article, 2023
  • Tham N., Brady AM., Dinsmore J, Do conceptions of the future self influence older adults acceptance of camera-based active and assisted living technologies?: The moderating role of multimorbidity, Epidemiology & Community Health, SSM Annual Scientific Meeting, Newcastle, UK, 8th September 2023, 77, (1), 2023, pp111 - 112Published Abstract, 2023
  • Teahan Á., Marques M., Murphy J., Cristian L., Ferrando M., Dinsmore J., Implementation protocol to test and evaluate ProTransfer and ProBCF assessment tools with SEURO partners before main EIH and ISE trials, European Commission, March 2023, 2023, p2 - 27, 2-27Report, 2023, URL
  • Dinsmore J., Harvey S., Doyle J., 'Evaluation of the effectiveness and transferability of the digital health platform (ProACT) to support home-based multimorbidity self-management in Europe', ISRCTN registry, TCD/DKIT, 2023, 1 - 14Protocol or guideline, 2023, DOI
  • Crawford, VL, Dinsmore, JG, Stout, RW, Donnellan, C, O'Neill, D, McGee, H, Stroke Presentation and Hospital Management. Comparison of Neighboring Healthcare Systems With Differing Health Policies., Stroke; a journal of cerebral circulation, 40, 2009, p2143 - 2148Journal Article, 2009, DOI
  • Dinsmore J, Crawford V, Donnellan C, O'Neill D., Stroke, illness perception and quality of life, Ir J Med Sci, 178, (Suppl 8), 2009, ppS292 - S292Published Abstract, 2009
  • J. Dinsmore, C. Donnellan, D. O'Neill, V. Crawford, Stroke, illness perception and quality of life, European Geriatric Medicine, 6th Congress European Union Geriatric Medicine Society, Dublin, 2010, 1, 2010, ppB038 - B038Published Abstract, 2010
  • The mHealth Translational Framework: Behavioural Design and Development to Improve Self-Management in Chronic Health Conditions in, Dr. Sasan Adibi , Mobile Health (mHealth): Multidisciplinary Verticals., http://dx.doi.org/10.1201/b17724, Springer Books: Taylor & Francis (CRC Press)., 2014, pp181 - 194, [Dinsmore, J and McDonnell, R.]Book Chapter, 2014
  • Avoiding the 'Iceberg Effect' - The Need to Incorporate a Behavioural Change Approach to Technology Design in Chronic Illness. in, editor(s)D. Prendergast and C. Garattini , Ageing and the Digital Lifecourse, Berghahn Books, 2015, [Dinsmore J]Book Chapter, 2015, URL
  • Crawford M, Killaspy, H, Barnes, TR, Barrett, B, Byford, S, Clayton K, Dinsmore J, et al., Group Art Therapy as an Adjunctive Treatment for People with Schizophrenia: Randomized Controlled Trial, British Medical Journal, 2012Journal Article, 2012, DOI
  • Moorhead A, Coates V, Hazlett D, Gallagher A, Murphy K, Nolan G Dinsmore J. , Weight Care Project: Health Professional Attitudes and Ability to Assess Body Weight Status - Study Protocol., BMC Public Health, 40, 2011Journal Article, 2011, DOI
  • Dinsmore J, Understanding & Developing the User Experience, DOCTRID III, Ireland, Oct 2013, 2013Oral Presentation, 2013
  • Dinsmore, J, A Behavioural Change Approach to Technology Design in Chronic Illness., IUAES 2013 World Congress, Manchester, August 2013, 2013Conference Paper, 2013
  • Dinsmore, J., Developing an Effective Framework to Improve User Adoption and Confidence in Using Assistive Technologies , ESGC2, Brussels, Belgium, March, 2013Oral Presentation, 2013
  • Dinsmore J, A Descriptive Study Exploring the Self-Management of Patients Living with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), AIRC 13th Annual Interdisciplinary Research Conference,, Dublin, November, , 2012Oral Presentation, 2012
  • Dinsmore J & Crawford V., Stroke, Illness Perception & Quality of Life., European Union Geriatric Medicine Society, Dublin, 29th September - 1st, 2012Oral Presentation, 2012
  • McCabe C, Dinsmore J, Brady AM, Mckee G, O'Donnell S, Prendergast D., Using Action Research and Peer Perspectives to Develop Technology That Facilitates Behavioral Change and Self-Management in COPD., Int J Telemed Appl, 2014, p380919-Journal Article, 2014, DOI , TARA - Full Text
  • Cullen K., Dinsmore J, Comiskey C, Mills J, Delaney S. , The Spectrum of Family Caring: A Description and Analysis of Cross-Cutting and Condition Specific Dimensions of Caregiving, The Carers Association, 2013Report
  • Dinsmore J, Comiskey C and Mills J. , Gridsta Teen Health Promotional Report. , 2012Report
  • Dinsmore J, EU Research and Industry Engagement , The 16th European Doctral Conference in Nursing Science, Bern, Switzerland, 17/09/2016, 2016, European Doctral Conference in Nursing ScienceInvited Talk, URL
  • Dinsmore J, Building and Developing a Successful EU H2020 Consortium and Proposal, The 29th International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems (CBMS 2016), Dublin, Ireland, June, 2016, International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical SystemsInvited Talk
  • McCabe C., Dinsmore J., Brady A.M., Allen S., Thompson P., McGee G., Donnell S., Prendergast D., 'Constellations Creative Arts Practice Research Brochure.', Constellations Creative Arts Practice Research Brochure., 2015, -Visual portfolio production, URL
  • Dinsmore J., Behavioural Change and Digital Health, 10th Annual Medtech CEO Forum - , Galway, Ireland, 08/12/2016, 2016, Medtech IrelandInvited Talk, URL
  • Dinsmore JG, Digital Health: EU Research and Innovation, Tech Connect 2016, Dublin, Ireland, 25/05/2016, 2016, Tech ConnectInvited Talk, URL
  • Dinsmore JG, Health Ageing and the Connected Health Ecosystem, Technology for Wellness Conference, Dublin, Ireland, November, 2015, Reach Out IrelandInvited Talk, URL
  • Dinsmore J, Connected Things and Connected Health, 2nd WHO World Forum, Kobe, Japan, October, 2015, WHOInvited Talk, URL
  • Dinsmore J, Connected Health. Panelist on Connected Health at Evolve BIOMED Conference, Connected Health Panel - EVOLVE BIOMED, Dublin, Ireland, April, 2015, EVOLVE BIOMEDInvited Talk, URL
  • Dinsmore J., Digital Integrated Health - EU Research and Innovation, The Internet of Things and Analytics in Healthcare 'Use of IoT to Support Independent Living' , INTEL Labs Europe, Dublin, 28th April, 2016, INTELInvited Talk
  • Dinsmore J., Murphy E., Hannigan C., Smith S., Brady AM., McCarron, M., Doyle J., ProACT: Developing a Digital Integrated Care System to Support Persons Managing with Multimorbidity , Trinity Week Symposium - Technology in Healthcare: Health in Our Changing World; Discover, Understand, ACT, Dublin, Ireland, April, 2017, Trinity College DublinInvited Talk, URL
  • Dinsmore J., Murphy E., Hannigan C., Smith S., Doyle J., ProACT: Developing a Digital Integrated Care System to Support Persons Managing with Multimorbidity, Berne University - International Research Meeting, Berne University, Switzerland, May , 2017, Berne UniversityInvited Talk
  • Dinsmore J, Successfully Coordinating a H2020 Proposal, InterTradeIreland 'Collaborate to Innovate Conference: Delivering Competitive Proposals', Belfast, N.Ireland, October, 2015, Intertrade IrelandInvited Talk, URL
  • Dinsmore J, Sustainable Cities and Connected Health - ProACT, World Economic Forum: Sustainable Cities and Connected Health, Tokyo, Japan, October, 2015Invited Talk
  • Dinsmore J., Health, Ageing and the Connected Health Ecosystem, SFI ISCA Visit to University of Tokyo, University of Tokyo, Japan, October, 2015, University of TokyoInvited Talk
  • Dinsmore J., Overview of TCPHI Research and EU programmes , Guest Speaker at the National Centre of Engineering Rehabilitation and Japan , Tokyo Japan, October, 2015Invited Talk
  • Dinsmore J., Health Ageing and the Connected Health Ecosystem, Guest Speaker Series Kingston University, Kingston University, London, UK, September, 2015, Kingston University LondonInvited Talk, URL
  • Dinsmore J., Health, Ageing and the Connected Health Ecosystem, BioBusiness 2015, NUIG, Galway, Ireland, June, 2015Invited Talk
  • Dinsmore J., Digital and Connected Health, SAP and McClaren Co-Innovation Workshop, Woking, UK, November , 2014, SAP and McClarenInvited Talk
  • Dinsmore J, Brady AM., Comiskey C., Innovation and Research with the TCPHI, Health 2.0 Seminar with VNA Group, Trinity College Dublin, February, 2014, Health 2.0Invited Talk
  • Dinsmore J., EU Health Innovation Funding Opportunities with South Africa, SANPAD Conference, Durban, South Africa, December, 2013, SANPADInvited Talk
  • Dinsmore J. & Prendergast D., Behavioural Change Research into COPD Self-Management, Guest Seminar Series - QUB Ethnographic Department, The Queen's University of Belfast, N.Ireland, May , 2012, The Queen's University of BelfastInvited Talk
  • Dinsmore J.& Crawford V., Mobile Application Development to Support Management/Self-Management in Stroke Patients, Stroke Association Seminar, Belfast, N.Ireland, September, 2011, Stroke AssociationInvited Talk
  • Dinsmore J/Washburn K (Ed.), ProACTive Healthcare, 2016, - 105-107Miscellaneous, URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Dinsmore J., Generating Patient Based Evidence to Measure Patient Reported Outcomes: The Role of Digital Health., Training Initiative: Putting the Neurology Patient Perspective at the Heart of Research and Beyond , TCIN, TCD, Dublin, October, 2016, European Federation of Neurological AssociationsInvited Talk
  • Dinsmore J., Murphy E., Hannigan C., Smith S., Brady AM., McCarron, M., Hoogerwerf, EJ., Kotolaus S., Jacobs A., Kuiper J., Doyle J., eHealth as a Facilitator of Shared Decision Making (SDM), European Academy of Neurology Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 26th July, 2017, EAN CongressInvited Talk, URL
  • Dinsmore J, Keynote Presentation: Advancing Digital Health, European Institute of Technology (EIT) Health Summit 2017, London, UK, 4th December, 2017Invited Talk, URL
  • Dinsmore J; Galvin M; Hannigan C; Murphy M; B; McCarron M; Brady AM, Designing a ProACTive, Person Centred Digital Integrated Care Ecosystem, ADAPT Centre Annual Showcase, Croke Park, Dublin, 30/11/2017, 2017Poster, TARA - Full Text
  • Dinsmore J., Key Note: Designing a Behavioural Change Intervention for Multimorbidity Self-Management, 4th Annual CBC Conference, London, UK, 20/02//2018, 2018Invited Talk, URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Dinsmore J., My Experience of EU Research and Being a Coordinator, HRB H2020 Work Programme 2018-2020 Launch, Dublin City University, 18/10/2017, 2017, Health Research BoardInvited Talk, URL
  • Boot F., Dinsmore J., MacLachlan M., GATE-ID: Global Access to Assistive Technologies for People with Intellectual Disabilities, SIRG 2017, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 19th-20th June, 2017Poster
  • Boot F., Dinsmore J., MacLachlan M, GATE-ID: Global Access to Assistive Technologies for People with Intellectual Disabilities, Research Week Maynooth University, Maynooth, Ireland, 19th-26th October, 2017Poster
  • Fryers R., Holzer Saad T., Kelly K., Dinsmore J, Report Defining The Needs of Stakeholders For a Wayfinding Platform For Individuals With Intellectual Disabilities and Their Carers, Trinity College Dublin, Trinity College Dublin, March 2018, 2018, p1 - 29Report, TARA - Full Text
  • Dinsmore J, Advancing Digital Health, Trinity Centre for Practice and Healthcare Innovation (TCPHI) Research Symposium: Driving Healthcare Innovation, Trinity College Dublin, 21/05/2018, 2018Oral Presentation, URL
  • Dinsmore J., Hannigan C., Murphy E., Brady AM., McCarron M., Smith S., Doyle J, ProACT: Advancing Digital Integrated Care for Persons with Multimorbidity, Tech Connect Live 2017, RDS, Dublin, Ireland, 31/05/2017, 2017Oral Presentation, URL
  • Dinsmore J., Murphy E., Hannigan C., Galvin M., Brady AM., McCarron M., Smith S., Doyle J., ProACT: A Digital Behavioural Change Intervention for Multimorbidity Self-Management, Home Instead Senior Care (HISC) Innovation Day, Guinness Storehouse, Dublin, Ireland, 13/04/2018, 2018Invited Talk
  • Dinsmore J., Bennett P., McGuinness S, Panel: The Challenges and Opportunities of Delivering Healthcare Innovations , DkIT, Dundalk, Ireland, 21/04/2018, 2018Invited Talk, URL
  • Dinsmore J, Advancing Digital Behavioural Change Interventions for Chronic Disease Management, eHealth Ireland Ecosystem: 'Unlocking Data for Better Health Outcomes', Dublin City University, 01/11/2018, 2018Oral Presentation, URL
  • Dinsmore J, Conference KEYNOTE: Can tech change our behaviour or can clever behaviour models get tech used?, Tech and Physical Activity Conference, Umeå, Sweden, 7-8th, November, 2018, Umeå UniversityInvited Talk, TARA - Full Text
  • Dinsmore J., Hoogerwerf EJH., Hannigan C., Murphy M., Doyle J., Change Management and ProACT, AAATE Annual Congress - Change Management Workshop, Sheffield UK, 11th-13th, 2017Oral Presentation
  • Hannigan C., Murphy E., Dinsmore J., Designing a Digital Health Intervention for Older Adults with Multimorbidity, Sparks , Science Gallery, Dublin, Ireland, 6th Feb, 2018Invited Talk, URL
  • Dinsmore J., European Funding Opportunities and Digital Health, Launch of the EHealth Research and Innovation Network for population health, NUIG, Galway, Ireland, 14th June, 2017Invited Talk, URL
  • Dinsmore J, Keynote: The challenge for designing a digital health and well-being intervention for an ageing population: Managing multi-morbidity inside complex multi-stakeholder ecosystems of care., TechAAL, London, UK, 25th March, 2019, The Institution of Engineering and Technology UKInvited Talk
  • BOOT F.H., DINSMORE J., KHASNABIS C., MACLACHLAN M., Intellectual Disability and Assistive Technology: Opening the GATE Wider., IASSIDD Health Issues SIRG Conference, Belfast, UK, 2017Poster
  • Dinsmore J, Advancing the transferability of digital health solutions for multimorbidity self-management in Europe, Sustainable Digital Health and Innovation Conference, Galway, Ireland (NUIG), 14 October 2022, 2022, National University of Ireland GalwayInvited Talk, URL
  • Dinsmore J., Complex Disease Management Using a Digital Health Solution, IEEE International Conference on Digital Health (ICDH), Chicago, USA, 5th July, 2023, Institute of Electrical and Electronics EngineersInvited Talk
  • Dinsmore J, Ageing, Multimorbidity and Digital Health, TILDA Seminar Series, Online, 7th February, 2023, TILDA TCDInvited Talk
  • McCabe C, Dinsmore J, Brady AM, McKee G, O'Donnell, S, COPD - Behavioural Change, Self Management & Peer Perspective: Project Report, School of Nursing & Midiwfery, May, 2012Report
  • Dinsmore J., Moorhead A., Weight Care Project, 2011Published Abstract
  • Dinsmore J, Lead in Horizon 2020 Workshop on Assistive Technologies Themes (DOCTRID), Intelligence in Science,, Brussels, September 2013, 2013Invited Talk

Research Expertise

  • Title
    NET4AGE-FRIENDLY - International Interdisciplinary Network on Health and Wellbeing in an Age-friendly Digital World
    Summary
    The main aim of NET4Age-Friendly is to establish an international and interdisciplinary network of researchers from all sectors to foster awareness, and to support the creation and implementation of smart, healthy indoor and outdoor environments for present and future generations. NET4Age-Friendly further aims to overcome fragmentation and critical gaps at both conceptual and pragmatic innovation level on responsive, age-friendly and sustainable environments in order to address the research-policy future requirements of Europe. The main approach of NET4Age-Friendly is the establishment of new local or regional ecosystems or by expanding existing ones in each European COST country involved, to work on health and wellbeing in an age-friendly digital world. The ecosystems will consist of citizens, public authorities, businesses/NGOs and research and will be supported by four thematic Working Groups: User-centred inclusive design in age-friendly environments and communities Integrated health and well-being pathways Digital solutions and large-scale sustainable implementation Policy development, funding forecast and cost-benefit evaluations The outcomes of the five thematic Working Groups will be obtained in the work of a 5th one, creating a synergised output - the Reference Framework.
    Funding Agency
    COST
    Date From
    24/04/2020
    Date To
    24/04/2024
  • Title
    Creative Arts Practice Dissemination
    Summary
    PI: Prof. Marie Redmond. Internal funding to develop strategy brochure and 1-day seminar event with admin support to look at additional funding
    Funding Agency
    TCD
    Date From
    2014
    Date To
    2015
  • Title
    ProACT (http://proact2020.eu - Dr. Dinsmore Project Coordinator)
    Summary
    Website: http://proact2020.eu ProACT (Integrated Technology Systems for ProACTive Patient Centred Care) is an EU-funded Horizon 2020 project in PHC-25-2015. ProACT targets Europe's 50 million multimorbid patients to proactively self-manage and offset the EU's annual €700 billion cost of chronic disease management. ProACT aims to develop and evaluate an ecosystem to integrate a wide variety of new and existing technologies to improve and advance home-based integrated care for older adults with multimorbidity, including associated co-morbidities. The ecosystem will connect four key care and support models central to understanding and implementing effective, continued and coordinated patient centric care (including self-management). These models are 1) homecare (including informal care); 2) hospital care; 3) community and social care and 4) social support networks. Trial sites in Ireland and Belgium will use Living Lab facilities to ensure co-design of ProACT technologies, and implement proof of concept trials involving national health services, patients and their formal and informal care networks. Clinical status information, therapies and activity tools will be deployed for the conditions of: chronic heart failure (CHF), diabetes and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Tools to support mild cognitive impairment and detect early onset dementia are included. Commercial potential will be validated during the project supported by a European feasibility study in Italy to assess the cultural and political determinants for adoption and scalability of the ecosystem.
    Funding Agency
    European Commission
    Date From
    01/01/2016
    Date To
    30/06/2019
  • Title
    PILO Feasibility Award
    Summary
    To develop a prototype self-management mobile application for individuals with COPD as well as conduct a market feasibility analysis (PI: Dr.Catherine McCabe) of commericalising the application.
    Funding Agency
    Enterprise Ireland
    Date From
    2014
    Date To
    2015
  • Title
    Need and Impact of Assistive Technology in Intellectual Disability Services
    Summary
    Research Fellow collaborative project between TCD and Michigan State University over 2 years. Present project is to reviewing the need and impact of assistive technology use an adoption within the Daughters of Charity Intellectual Disability Services in Ireland. PI Prof. Mary McCarron
    Funding Agency
    Michigan State University
    Date From
    01/07/2013
    Date To
    01/07/2015
  • Title
    DOCTRID ASSISTID - http://www.assistid.eu
    Summary
    ASSISTID (Assistive Technologies for people with Autism and Intellectual Disability) will promote research into the development and application of assistive technologies to enhance the quality of life of people with intellectual disabilities and autism, their carers and families. ASSISTID is the first structured research programme of its kind in Europe and the most significant investment into assistive technologies research to date. Assistive Technologies refers to practical tools that can support the functional needs of people who experience difficulties associated with disability or ageing. The ASSISTID programme which will fund 40 post-doctoral fellows is co-funded by the European Commission and the charity RESPECT, and is coordinated by the DOCTRID Research Institute. The DOCTRID Research Institute includes the Daughters of Charity Disability Support Services, all of the universities on the island of Ireland, the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, and the US universities Michigan State University and the University of Massachusetts. This is the first time that all of the universities on the island of Ireland have joined together in an EU funded research consortium. Our team supports TCD engagement with the DOCTRID consortium in the programme
    Funding Agency
    European Commission
    Date From
    01/05/2014
    Date To
    01/05/2019
  • Title
    Personalisation of Digital Training Tools for Informal Carers to Support an Older Person with Multimorbidity
    Summary
    Fixed Term, 4 years PhD Studentship in Personalisation of Digital Training Tools for Informal Carers to Support an Older Person with Multimorbidity
    Funding Agency
    SFI
    Date From
    30/09/2018
    Date To
    30/09/2022
  • Title
    GRIDSta
    Summary
    Literature review of 5 relevant secondary school healthcare educational areas across the regions of India, South Africa and Malaysia Areas selected:  - HIV/AIDS  - Substance abuse  - Depression  - Body Image   - Teen pregnancy   The project also developed 5 written storyboard guide notes from the background literature review for GRIDSTA to pass to their designers and developers in order to help inform them of the direction to any animations education content for their online training platform.
    Funding Agency
    Enterprise Ireland
    Date From
    2013
    Date To
    2014
  • Title
    Pers4Change
    Summary
    Development and evaluation of 'Personalisation features' for digital behaviour change interventions: Supporting older adults self-managing with multimorbidities"
    Funding Agency
    European Commission
    Date From
    01/07/2018
    Date To
    01/07/2020
  • Title
    WayFinding
    Summary
    To pilot a smart watch navigation application for people with intellectual disability/mild cognitive impairment.
    Funding Agency
    TCD Faculty of Health Sciences
    Date From
    01/09/2016
    Date To
    01/03/2017
  • Title
    Personalised Support for Reconciling Health and Wellbeing Information of Varying Complexity and Veracity Towards Positive Behavioural Change
    Summary
    This PhD project will introduce a new approach to visual scrutability that can facilitate users in examining complex and sometimes conflicting information, specifically in the context of personal health-care, towards changing behavior to improve their health. This research will examine how scrutability, an approach to facilitating the inspection and alteration of user models that underpins a system's interaction with a user, may provide a means for empowering users to interact with such difficult to reconcile information in order to promote behaviour change. Defining a new approach that will enable users to reflect upon and control what information they consume in a personalised manner is proposed as a key element in fostering enhanced understanding of their own health-care and wellbeing. This PhD will build on results from the H2020 Provenance and ProACT projects.
    Funding Agency
    Science Foundation Ireland - SFI
    Date From
    01/09/2019
    Date To
    01/09/2023
  • Title
    AAL EU Travel Award
    Summary
    Grant to assist with AAL Project dissemination at events including the AAL Forum
    Funding Agency
    AAL CMU
    Date From
    2015
    Date To
    2015
  • Title
    SMILE - Supporting Multimorbidity Self-Care through Integration, Learning and eHealth
    Summary
    This is a research collaboration between the TCPHI, NetwellCASALA at Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) and Caredoc and is funded under the Slaintecare Integration Fund. SMILE is a new, innovative service to enable Irish citizens to proactively self-manage their health and well-being from home supported by a digital platform and nurse-led remote assessment and triage. Currently there are 150 patients registered for this service which has been trialed in the Carlow-Kilkenny health area. Each participant has two or more conditions including diabetes, COPD, chronic health failure, and heart disease. Participants will use a selection of healthcare devices based on their needs to monitor their health and wellbeing. SMILE uses the ProAct technology platform, developed by researchers in the TCPHI and NetwellCASALA as part of the Horizon 2020 ProACT project. This platform is used alongside clinical triage provided by nurses in Caredoc to support older people with chronic conditions to self-manage their health and wellbeing at home. Through the ProACT CareApp, patients can review their data, set goals and receive education on their conditions and their management. Caredoc triage nurses monitor all this data from patients using a custom designed triage application that is part of the ProACT platform. This highlights when a patient has an abnormal reading. The nurses have established escalation protocols to deal with alerts where the data is outside the expected threshold levels, for example, advising a patient to visit their GP. The nurses also provide additional support including educating and motivating patients. Initial research findings indicate that older adults actively engage with digital self-management and the triage service, and experience numerous benefits including improved self-management skills, improved health and wellbeing, more appropriate healthcare utilisation, stabilisation of symptoms over time and greater peace of mind. SMILE is due to end on the 31st December 2021.
    Funding Agency
    Póbal - Slaintecare
    Date From
    01/02/2020
    Date To
    31/12/2021
  • Title
    Stepping Up
    Summary
    Role - Project Advisory Board Member. Online Transition Information for Children (with chronic illnesses) Moving to Adult Services (TICAS) PI: Prof. Imelda Coyne. Supported development of online training website: http://www.steppingup.ie. PI: Prof. Imelda Coyne.
    Funding Agency
    Health Research Board (HRB) Ireland
    Date From
    01/04/2013
    Date To
    01/01/2014
  • Title
    Brainwave
    Summary
    Research involves developing training materials and mobile application to support individuals with epilepsy in the work environment. PI: Prof. Naomi Elliot.
    Funding Agency
    HRB
    Date From
    2013
    Date To
    2017
  • Title
    Supporting healthcare professionals in delivering personalised behaviour change care for patients with multimorbidity: A multiple behaviour approach
    Summary
    PhD Award - Supporting healthcare professionals in delivering personalised behaviour change care for patients with multimorbidity A multiple behaviour approach
    Funding Agency
    Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) - Portugal
    Date From
    01/10/2019
    Date To
    31/10/2023
  • Title
    Advancing Social Inclusion through Technology EmPowerment (aSTEP)
    Summary
    Social inclusion is an important element of well-being for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and/or Intellectual Disability (ID). Research has highlighted that social inclusion is facilitated through access to education and employment. Despite this, people with ASD and/or ID have low rates of participation in these domains. Research has demonstrated that Assistive Technology (AT) shows great promise in increasing participation in education and employment. Notwithstanding recent technological advances, there are low rates of adoption of AT throughout Europe by service providers, educators, employers and policymakers. There are several areas of unmet need including: high abandonment rates of AT, lack of inclusion of people with ASD and/or ID in the research process, lack of interdisciplinary and intersectoral collaboration and poor match between technology and the individual with ASD and/or ID. The aim of the COST action is: Build an interdisciplinary, intersectoral pan EU and beyond, network which will enhance social inclusion and empowerment of individuals with ASD and/or ID. This will be achieved by: Evaluating the development of novel AT by providing an interdisciplinary and intersectoral collaboration between all stakeholders using a translational approach to establish standardised practice guidelines for design, development and deployment of AT. Creating knowledge, by providing a database of current AT technologies and their match to employment and educational contexts for users with ASD and/or ID. Promoting the adoption of evidence-based guidelines in relation to use of AT across settings and populations and propagating the use of inclusive design and rigorous research approaches.
    Funding Agency
    COST
    Date From
    24/04/2020
    Date To
    24/04/2024
  • Title
    The Spectrum of Family Caring: A Description and Analysis of Cross-Cutting and Condition Specific Dimensions of Caregiving
    Summary
    Study Title: 'The Nature of theContribution of Family Carers to the Process of Caring for Frail, Ill and People with Disabilities in Ireland'. Co-PI with Prof. Catherine Comiskey
    Funding Agency
    The Carers Association Ireland
    Date From
    01/11/2012
    Date To
    01/10/2013
  • Title
    A Collaborative Model of Management Through Exercise of Cardiometabolic Risk in Major Mental Illness
    Summary
    PI: Dr. Niall Crumlish Psychiatrist HSE Dublin South: Feasibility of a multidisciplinary intervention to reduce cardiometabolic risk in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Focus was on metabolic syndrome as marker of CVS risk but not originally on sedentary time
    Funding Agency
    N/A
    Date From
    2015
    Date To
    2015
  • Title
    SEURO - Scaling EUROpean citizen driven transferable and transformative digital integrated health and social care
    Summary
    Building on a previously awarded Horizon 2020 project, this EU-funded SEURO project aims to advance research into the use of digital health technologies for chronic disease self-management for older patients. Specifically, it will build on the ProACT platform, which was developed to empower individuals over 65 living at home with chronic diseases/multimorbidity to better understand and independently manage their health and well-being. In this context, SEURO engages a multidisciplinary EU consortium of public and private organisations to consolidate EU research assets into a new comprehensive approach for the scale-up and transfer of digital integrated care solutions. The aim is to develop three novel implementation support tools to help implement and assess solutions to patient needs.
    Funding Agency
    European Commission
    Date From
    2021
    Date To
    2024
  • Title
    BREATHE (EU AAL CALL 5) - http://www.breathe-project.eu
    Summary
    EU AAL Funded programme to develop an AAL remote monitoring system to support informal caregivers caring for ageing relatives living independently at home. Please see: http://breathe-project.eu PI: Prof. Catherine Comiskey - Study Title: Platform (including cameras, sensors and mobile application) for Self-Assessment and Efficient Management for Informal Caregivers. Partners: TCPHI, Tundstall Emergency Response, WRC, TSB, ISI, Designability UK, Kingston University, Cybermoor UK.
    Funding Agency
    AAL
    Date From
    01/05/2013
    Date To
    01/05/2016
  • Title
    Personalised Support for Reconciling Health and Wellbeing Information of Varying Complexity and Veracity Towards Positive Behavioural Change
    Summary
    D-REAL CRT PhD Fellowship
    Funding Agency
    SFI
    Date From
    12/03/2020
    Date To
    26/09/2024
  • Title
    Inclusive Recommendations for Healthcare Professionals Around Sexuality and Intimacy in Dementia
    Summary
    Funding Agency
    Alzheimer Netherland
    Date From
    02/02/2024
    Date To
    02/10/2024
  • Title
    PILO Health
    Summary
    Design and Development of a prototype digital education system for persons living with COPD.
    Funding Agency
    Enterprise Ireland
    Date From
    2014
    Date To
    2015
  • Title
    H2020 Coordinator Award IDEATE
    Summary
    Funding to support coordination of PHC20-2014 application - Assistive Technology Ecosystem Development in Dementia.
    Funding Agency
    Enterprise Ireland
    Date From
    2014
    Date To
    2014
  • Title
    Good Brother
    Summary
    Network on Privacy-Aware Audio- and Video-Based Applications for Active and Assisted Living (GoodBrother)
    Funding Agency
    COST
    Date From
    24/04/2020
    Date To
    24/04/2024
  • Title
    Digital Medication Management for Older Adults with Multiple Chronic Conditions
    Summary
    PhD studentship to explore the area of digital medication management for individuals living with multimorbidity.
    Funding Agency
    DkIT Scholarship
    Date From
    01/09/2019
    Date To
    01/09/2023
  • Title
    H2020 Coordinator Award ProACT
    Summary
    Funding to support coordination of PHC25-2015 Application - Advanced ICT Systems and Services for Integrated Care. Partners included; IBM, Philips, AAATE, EASPD, CASALA, Tyndall Institute, AIAS.
    Funding Agency
    Enterprise Ireland
    Date From
    2015
    Date To
    2015
  • Title
    visuAAL
    Summary
    Europe is facing crucial health and social care challenges due to the demographic shift towards an ageing population and related economic impact from increased provision of care. Innovation in Active and Assisted Living (AAL) solutions has the potential to address these healthcare and social demands while profiting from the economic opportunities driven by the Silver Economy. Advances in computer vision have given video cameras the ability of 'seeing', evolving their functionality to become 'smart cameras'. However, the monitoring using cameras can be seen as intrusive and violating rights to privacy, because of the concern that raw video images could be observed by unauthorised viewers or stored for inappropriate use. Acceptance of such technologies is also low because they create a sense of Orwellian "Big Brother" surveillance. The aim of VISUAAL is to bridge the knowledge gap between users' requirements and the appropriate and secure use of video-based AAL technologies to deliver effective and supportive care to older adults managing their health and wellbeing. VISUAAL will seek to increase awareness and understanding of the context-specific ethical, legal, privacy and societal issues necessary to implement visual system across hospital, home and community settings, in a manner that protects and reassures users; outputs will stimulate the development of a new research perspective for constructively addressing privacyaware video-based working solutions for assisted living. This aim will be achieved by providing a transdisciplinary and crosssectoral combination of training, non-academic placements, courses and workshops on scientific and complementary skills. This holistic training to high achieving early stage researchers will be facilitated by the consortium, a community of researchers and industrial partners from different fields (computer science, engineering, healthcare, law, business, sociology) and other stakeholders (users, policy makers, public services
    Funding Agency
    European Commission
    Date From
    2021
    Date To
    2025
  • Title
    SMILE 2 - Supporting Multimorbidity Self-Care through Integration, Learning and eHealth
    Summary
    This is a research collaboration between the TCPHI, NetwellCASALA at Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) and Caredoc and is funded under the Slaintecare Integration Fund. SMILE is a new, innovative service to enable Irish citizens to proactively self-manage their health and well-being from home supported by a digital platform and nurse-led remote assessment and triage. SMILE 2 will evaluate the potential of the service to support the HSE community care hubs nationally
    Funding Agency
    Health Service Executive
    Date From
    01/01/2023
    Date To
    31/12/2024
  • Title
    ISCA Award - Health
    Summary
    Award to travel to Japan to establish a framework for a higher level of academic and industrial interaction between Ireland and Japan
    Funding Agency
    Science Foundation Ireland
    Date From
    2015
    Date To
    2015

Other Health Sciences, Cardiovascular& Related Disease, Respiratory Medicine, Health Care & Health Services (including Health Technology and Health Information Systems), Information & Communication Technology, Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, Medical, Health and Life Sciences & Technologies,

Recognition

  • Finalist - AI Awards Ireland - Best Application of AI for Social Good - SEURO project 2023
  • SONICBIDS Artist Endorsement 2009
  • CMJ Music Marathon Music Artist Spotlight 2009
  • Trinity Innovation Award - One to Watch 2021
  • Today FM Rising Artist Award 2005
  • Dyson Award Ireland (PI on research project WayFinding) 2017
  • Universal Grand Design Challenge People's Award (Centre for Excellence in Universal Design): Project 'WayFinder' 2016
  • XFM London Unsigned Artist Award 2005
  • Health Research Board (2017) Recognition of EU Research Leadership 2017
  • Winner of the BIOEVOLVE Conference Digital Hack 2015
  • Irish Healthcare Awards Project Commendation for ProACT 2018
  • Leonardo of the Science Gallery Dublin 2013-Present
  • Honourable Paper Mention - CHI 2019 - for Paper: Managing Multimorbidity: Identifying Design Requirements for a Digital Self-Management Tool to Support Older Adults with Multiple Chronic Conditions 2019
  • Silver Eco and Ageing Well International Award - SEURO Horizon 2020 Project 2022
  • Propellerhead Artist Endorsement 2012
  • GIO GOI Artist Endorsement 2006
  • Virgin Radio Xtreme Unsigned Artist Award 2005
  • European Innovation Partnership on Active and Health Ageing (EIP-AHA) Present
  • Performing Rights Society (PRS) Present
  • Global Cooperation on Assistive Technology (GATE) - World Health Organisation (WHO) Present
  • Ambient Assistive Living (AAL) Network Europe 2016
  • European Connected Health Alliance (ECHAlliance) Present
  • European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Health Present
  • Health 2.0 Dublin Chapter Present
  • Human Computer Interaction Ireland (SIGCHI Ireland) Present
  • Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology Europe (AAATE) Present
  • American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) Present
  • IPPOSI (Irish Platform for Patients, Organisations, Science and Industry) Present
  • Irish eHealth Research and Innovation Network (ERIN) Present
  • International Union of Anthropological and Ethnographical Sciences 2015
  • Irish Federation of University Teachers (IFUT) Present
  • External PhD Examiner University College London 2018
  • Journal Reviewer - IEEE Intelligent Systems Journal 2014
  • Management Committee Member - COST Action - Network on Privacy-Aware Audio- and Video-Based Applications for Active and Assisted Living (GoodBrother) - CA19121 2020-2024
  • Leonardo of the Science Gallery, Ireland 2013 to Present
  • Management Committee Member - COST Action - International Interdisciplinary Network on Health and Wellbeing in an Age-friendly Digital World (NET4AGE-FRIENDLY) - CA19136 2020-2024
  • Session Chair - 1st Freedom Tech National Assembly (FreedomTech is a partnership between Enable Ireland and the Disability Federation of Ireland whose aim is to promote the creation of a viable and cost effective Assistive Technology Ecosystem nationally) 2017
  • Board of Directors of European Institute of Technology UK/Ireland Co-Location Centre 2018-Present
  • Reviewer Health infomatics Journal 2017
  • Scientific Advisory Board Member to the Human behaviour Change Project - http://www.humanbehaviourchange.org/ 2017-2020
  • World Health Organisation (WHO) 'GATE' (Global Cooperation on Assistive Technology) Member 2015 to Present
  • Member - Expert Group on Digital Transformation - Digital Academy - Health Service Executive (HSE) Ireland 2019 - 2020
  • Working group World Economic Forum - Strategy in digital ageing, sustainable cities and finance. Meetings in Tokyo, Japan and London UK 2015-2016
  • Reviewer CHI Conference papers 2020 2020
  • Management Committee Member - COST Action - advancing Social Inclusion through Technology EmPowerment (aSTEP) CA19104 2020-2024
  • Reviewer on Swedish Government 'Knowledge Foundation' Research Funding Programme. Review of applications in 'E-health solutions for person-centred care of older people' category. Please see: http://www.kks.se/SitePages/Startsida.aspx 2017
  • Steering Committee - EHealth Research and Innovation Network (ERIN) 2017 to Present
  • Judging panel for the 'Belfast Telegraph' App for Life Contest. October 2012
  • WHO 2nd World Forum - Lead roundtable meeting on "Connected Things" - Kobe, Japan. Oct 2015
  • Reviewer - Nature - Human Behaviour 2018 - Present
  • EU Advisory Team - EU AAL CMU on AAL JP Call 7 award criteria for 2015. 2015
  • Reviewer EU JPI MYBL Programme - http://www.jp-demographic.eu 2017
  • International Reviewer - RAIND (Research in Autism, Intellectual and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities) Grant Programme at Michigan State University (MSU), United States. 2014
  • Health XL Dublin Mentor - Mentor to Healthcare Start ups in Dublin 2012