The Trinity Centre for Practice and Healthcare Innovation (TCPHI) is a research centre within the School of Nursing & Midwifery which works collaboratively with healthcare staff, industry and the public to translate evidence into everyday healthcare practice.
NVIVO WorkshopTCPHI Staff and PHD students attended a 2 day NVIVO Workshop, presented by Ben Meehan in the South Trainig Room at the Berkley Library, TCD.
A New Paper about an Online Mental Health Health Recovery Orientated Support and Information ProgrammeWe are delighted to annouce the publication of an article about an online Mental Health Recovery, Oriented Support and Information Programme by Professor Agnes Higgins and the team.
The AgeWell programme as a public health interventionThe AgeWell programme as a public health intervention - Professor Amanda Phelan School of Nursing & Midwifery The AgeWell programme as a public health intervention. TCD, Dublin
Advanced Practice in Mental Health Nursing. A European PerspectiveI am pleased to inform you that the textbook “Advanced Practice in Mental Health Nursing. A European Perspective” edited by Prof. Agnes Higgins, Nina Kilkku and Gisli Kort Kristofersson is now available! Congratulations to Agnes and her colleagues for this wonderful work'.
New Scoping Review ProtocolDr Gobnait Byrne and colleagues have published a Scoping Review Protocol in JBI Evidence Synthesis. It is an 'Assessment of workplace integration of migrant nurses and midwives within international healthcare settings'.
New Article in the International Practice Development JournalDr Gobnait Byrne, Professor Amanda Phelan and colleagues have published an article in the International Practice Development Journal. It is entitled 'The Person-centred Curriculum Framework: a universal curriculum framework for person-centred healthcare practitioner education'.
New Article in the International Practice Development JournalDr Gobnait Byrne, Professor Amanda Phelan and colleagues have published an article that sets out the key components of a Person-centred Curriculum Framework. It has been published in the International Practice Development Journal and is entitled 'A mixed methods approach to the development of a Person-centred Curriculum Framework: surfacing person-centred principles and practices'.
Research Collaboration Annual ReportThis Annual Report marks the third year of the research collaboration between St. Patrick's Mental Health Services (SPMHS) and the Trinity Centre for Practice and Healthcare Innovation (TCPHI). There have been many achievements to date with SPMHS staff represented at the Trinity Health and Education International Research Conference (THEconf2022) as well as a number of articles that have been published.
Research Assistant Job VacancyThe School of Nursing & Midwifery seeks to recruit a Research Assistant for the Trinity Centre for Practice and Healthcare Innovation (TCPHI) research collaboration with Naas General Hospital. Two funded studies aim to improve evidence-based care and practice to support innovation in nursing practice. It is a full-time post and the Principal Investigator is Dr Margaret McCann with Dr Louise Daly as the co-PI. The closing date to apply by is 12 noon (GMT) on 28th June 2022. Search ID: 035891 on jobs.tcd.ie and submit a CV including contact details of two references to TCPHI@tcd.ie.
- Trinity College Dublin
- School of Nursing & Midwifery
- Joanna Briggs Institute
- Dublin Midlands Hospital Group
- EIT Health
- Muiriosa Foundation
- Naas General Hospital
- Peamount Healthcare
- Stewarts Care
- St. James's Hospital
- St. Patrick's Mental Health Services
- Tallaght University Hospital
- Enterprise Ireland
- Work Research Centre
- Netwell Casala
- Philips Healthcare UK
- University of Nottingham
- Tyndall National Institute
- Tunstall Emergency Response
- Iminds Belgium
- Mental Health Services Dublin South Central
- Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe