Online Events and webinars for HSE staff
Event and webinar details
|HSE Open Access Research Awards 2020
Entries close on Friday, November 7
The HSE Open Access Research Awards were established in 2014 to encourage and reward open access publishing in the Irish health sector.
Submissions are invited from across a range of disciplines in health and social care.
Criteria for Entry
Entries must fulfil the following criteria:
Entries close on Friday November 7 and the winners will be announced in December. Enquiries about the awards can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
| Webinar Video Enabled Care Audiology
Thursday 15 October 2020 - 1 pm -2 pm
Conference ID: 886 791 706#
Audiology teams, Health Care Staff and Managers
|Webinar: Celebrating 50 years of Emergency Nursing Education in Ireland
Thursday 15 October at 2 pm
The National Emergency Medicine Programme is delighted to be hosting a webinar celebrating 50 years of Emergency Nursing Education in Ireland. A recording of the event will be made available. Contact email@example.com
| Webinar: HSE COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Webinar Guidance for Primary Care Outpatient Services and Healthcare Visits in the Home Setting
Friday 16 October from 12-1 pm
Irish dial-in number: 01 5260058 Access code: 163 593 9487
Presented by: Prof Martin Cormican, National HCAI AMR Clinical Lead, National AMRIC Team Mary Mc Kenna, Infection Prevention and Control Nursing, National AMRIC Team
If you wish to raise a question around Infection prevention and control for your service, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline of Wednesday 14 October.
| Webinar Keeping Well When Working From Home
Wednesday 21 October 2020 12:30 - 1.30 PM
|Webinar Video Enabled Care Cystic Fibrosis Multidisciplinary Team
Wednesday 21 October 2020 - 1 pm - 2 pm
Conference ID: 285 089 157#
| Webinar Revised National INEWS Patient Observations Chart – An Overview
Wednesday 21 October 2020 1.30 pm – 2.30 pm
The National Clinical Guideline No. 1 Irish National Early Warning System (INEWS) V2 can assist healthcare professionals in the timely assessment of and response to the clinical deterioration of acutely ill adult patients. This webinar will introduce the revised national INEWS Patient Observations Chart which was co-designed by frontline staff and human factors expertise.
The revised INEWS Patient Observations Chart is available on the DPIP Website. Please have a look and forward any questions/queries to DPIP.email@example.com before the webinar on the 21 October or alternatively use the chat function during the webinar to ask questions.
| Webinar Why consent matters in pregnancy and maternity care?
Thursday 22 October 2020 11 am – 1.00 pm
Telephone: 01 526 0058 When prompted, enter the following access code: 137 037 7498
The 2020 autumn webinar series will focus on Consent, Assisted Decision Making and tools for practice. Sessions will examine what is valid and informed consent, provide detailed guidance on supported decision making, will explore the application of consent in pregnancy and maternity servicesand will consider the role of advocacy in supporting decision making.
Introduction: Caoimhe Gleeson, Programme Manager, HSE National Office for Human Rights and Equality Policy, HSE National Quality Improvement Team
Chair: Professor Mary Donnelly, Vice- Dean, School of Law, UCC and Co-Chair- HSE National Consent Policy Advisory Group
Questions must be submitted in advance of the seminar to firstname.lastname@example.org
Presented by: Dr. Rhona O'Mahony, Consultant Obstetrician, The National Maternity Hospital, Holles Street, Dublin
| Webinar Sláintecare Webinar: Health & Wellbeing – Empowering Citizens
Thursday 22 October 2020 from 3.30 pm to 5 pm
Sláintecare in partnership with IFIC Ireland and the HSE is pleased to invite you to the fifth Sláintecare Integration Fund Learning Network Webinar which is taking place on Thursday 22 October 2020 from 3.30pm to 5pm. The theme of our 5th webinar will be 'Health & Wellbeing – Empowering Citizens'.
This webinar will share stories of projects which have a focus on prevention and on empowering people and communities to be more engaged in their own health and wellbeing. The innovation and best practice that these projects represent will be of great value to the work underway in every county to implement Healthy Ireland as a key part of the Sláintecare vision.
If you require further information about this event, please contact email@example.com
|Online Symposium 2020 Global Health Education Ireland Symposium
Friday 23 October (9 am-1 pm)
The theme of the meeting is 'Learning from COVID-19 – Improving Health for all Through Global Health Education' and the event will address key challenges facing workforce development and growth in low- and middle-income countries and how to incorporate sustainable solutions into medical training in Ireland.
The symposium will feature exciting speakers from Ireland and low- and middle-income country partner organisations including:
| Virtual conference: National Diabetes Integrated Care Conference 2020
Saturday, October 31 - 9 am - 1 pm
NIPC is delighted to partner with HSE West Diabetes Services who have joined forces with the Diabetes in General Practice Group, Cork to present the Inaugural Virtual National Diabetes Integrated Care Conference on Saturday, October 31.
The programme committee is jointly chaired by Prof Sean Dinneen, National Clinical Lead, Diabetes Clinical Care Programme and Dr Diarmuid Quinlan, National ICGP Lead on the National Diabetes Clinical Care Programme Working Group.
| Webinar Video Enabled Care Speech and Language Therapy
Wednesday 4 November 2020 1 - 2 pm
Conference ID: 233 814 248#
| Webinar Video Enabled Care in Clinical Psychologist School-Age Intervention Team
Thursday 5 November 2020 1 - 2 pm
Conference ID: 918 213 061#
Target Audience: Psychology Teams, Nursing, HSCP, Health Care Staff and Clinical Managers.
|Webinar Video Enable Trauma Hand Therapy Service Multidisciplinary Team
Wednesday 11 November 2020 1 - 2 pm
Conference ID: 347 488 163#
| Webinar Video Enabled Care Nursing
Thursday 12 November 2020 1 - 2 pm
Conference ID: 213 986 799#
|Online Annual Research Conference 21st Annual Multidisciplinary Research Conference at SUH & ITS - to promote a culture of research among healthcare professionals in the North West of Ireland
November 27 2020, 9.30 am to 4 pm
To register for this event please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a link.
This event is now in its 21st year and is an annual highlight in the research calendar for the North West of Ireland. The event always draws stellar speakers as well as promoting local junior researchers from SUH and IT Sligo. Our Keynote speakers this year are:
contact: www.ref-sligo.ie / email@example.com. Anita Patil – Anita.Patil@hse.ie / 087 293 1199
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