Inaugural Celebration of Intellectual Disability Nursing in Dublin South, Kildare & Wicklow
The Trinity Centre for Practice and Healthcare Innovation (TCPHI), School of Nursing & Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin was well represented at the Inaugural Celebration of Intellectual Disability Nursing in Dublin South, Kildare & Wicklow that took place in Peamount Hospital and was hosted by the Nursing & Midwifery Planning & Development Unit (NMPDU) on 30th January 2020. Nurses from TCPHI's research collaboration with Intellectual Disability Services (Stewarts Care Ltd., Muiriosa Foundation & Peamount Healthcare) presented posters on the following topics:
1. Ms Angela Colgan (CNS) and Ms Fiona Forde (CNM 2) from Stewarts Care Ltd. along with Dr Julia Louw and Dr Carmel Doyle (both TCPHI) presented 'A Case Study: Reducing Restrictive Practice through assessment and environmental changes'.
2. Martina Leigh (CNS Ageing Care for People with an Intellectual Disability) from Muiriosa Foundation gave a presentation on 'Supporting individuals who have an Intellectual Disability to live in their community throughout their life's journey with Dementia'.
3. Mary Doyle (ANP Older Persons Care) from Peamount Healthcare gave a presentation on 'A Person-centred service approach: Lessons learnt from case studies in Older Adult with Intellectual Disability End of Life Care'.