23rd Annual Multidisciplinary Research Conference
Innovation in Healthcare Transformation
November 25th, 2022
‘Social Robotics and Care’
John Pender, PhD, Senior Lecturer in Politics & Foresight Studies, ATU
Perry Share, PhD, Head of Student Success, ATU Sligo
‘GPS Falls Detection Devices support the activity of older people in Sligo & Leitrim – a test of change’
Teresa Cawley, Service Improvement Lead mPower, Health and Wellbeing Division CH CDLMS
‘Transforming healthcare by setting up a multi-speciality robotic surgery program’
Prof. Prasanna Sooriakumaran, Professor of Urology at Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine and Chair of Urology at Cleveland Clinic London.
‘Patient healthcare perspective: Challenges to patient-centered Inflammatory Bowel Disease care’
Richéal Burns, PhD Lecturer in Health Information Technology, ATU Sligo
‘Listening to the Patient: Implementing Patient Reported Outcome Measures as a Service Improvement Initiative in Ireland’
Dr. Mike Lucey, Consultant in Palliative Medicine, HSE Mid West and Milford Hospice, Limerick, Ireland
‘Introducing Advanced Paramedics into the Rural General Practice Team in Ireland – GP Attitudes’
Fintan Feerick; PhD Candidate, Advanced Paramedic Tutor/ Practitioner. National Ambulance Service, School of Medicine, University of Limerick, Ireland.
‘Why does poverty make COVID worse?’
Prof. Cliona Ni Cheallaigh, Associate Professor & Consultant, Clinical Medicine TCD & St James’s Hospital, Dublin.
‘Study of HEarT DiseAse & ImmuNiTy After COVID-19 in Ireland (SETANTA)’
Dr. Himanshu Rai, Ph.D., Head of Imaging Core Lab at Cardiovascular Research Institute (CVRI) Dublin, Mater Private Hospital, Dublin
‘Patient healthcare perspective: The Show must go on’
Deirdre Staunton, Resuscitation Training Officer and ANP, Sligo University Hospital (SUH)
‘Oral Microbiome: An Effective Screening Tool for Colorectal Cancer’
Dr Jieun Oh, Senior House Officer at University Hospital Galway.
‘Can we predict dying?’
Dr. Seamus Coyle, Consultant Palliative Medicine, The Clatterbridge Centre UK & Research ead for the ‘Biology of Dying’ project.
‘Patient healthcare perspective: Snapshots of a breast cancer journey’
Dr. Anna Cleminson, Palliative Care Consultant, NW Hospice, SUH Chairperson Research & Education Foundation
‘Experiences, symptoms, and health behaviours of menopausal women living in Ireland’
Patricia Heavey, PhD, Lecturer and Course Co-Ordinator Health Science and Nutrition, Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) and
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