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Career Guide Launch
STRENCO Mental health marketplace showcases international collaboration
The Trinity Centre for Practice and Healthcare Innovation is expanding its research collaboration with IBM Research Ireland to drive exciting new healthcare innovations
Spirituality Research and Innovation Group (SRIG)Public Lecture Series
Goodbye and thanks to our colleagues
Amanda Drury awarded the Presidents Prize
Congratulations to the Senior Freshman Nursing & Midwifery students who were awarded the Foundation Scholarship Award
Online webinar for the MSc/Dip/Cert in Dementia on the 26th of March
SCIENCE ESPRESSO 4: JOHN DINSMORE. ProACT: Advancing Proactive Digital Integrated Care for Older Persons Self-Managing with Multimorbidity
Congratulations!!
Celebrating 21 Years of National and International Excellence and Leadership in Nursing and Midwifery Education & Research at Trinity College Dublin
Annual School Awards for the Academic Year 2016-17
Senior Sophister Students finish up lectures
Launch of Wave 3 Report: Health, Wellbeing and Social Inclusion
STRENCO - Strengthening multi-professional competencies in mental health in an international context, through co-production with academics, students, service users and professionals
Free online course from Trinity College Dublin aims to improve health assessments for people with an intellectual disability
Celebrating National Breastfeeding Week
ProACT Partner NetwellCASALA at Dundalk Institute of Technology nominated for a prestigious EU Innovation Radar Award
European Junior Leadership Academy (EJLA)
Professor Mary McCarron opens Centre for Ageing and Intellectual Disability
Professor Catherine Comiskey is appointed as sole Academic Expert to the National Oversight Committee
2017 International Undergraduate Awards
’ Mind Mothers’ suite of resources to support care of women experiencing perinatal mental health issues launched
Trinity duo wins 2017 Irish James Dyson award
Launch of VOICES MaJam - Largest Survey of Bereaved Relatives Report on End-Of-Life Care in Acute Hospitals in Ireland
The transformative power of peer support in recovering from mental illness: Book Launch
Launch of GenderEd.ie
Funding to involve public in the research process from the start
Congratulations to the four Senior Freshman Nursing students who were awarded the Foundation Scholarship Award
School of Nursing & Midwifery’s 2017 International Winter School
Study finds innovative specialist epilepsy nurse model improves care and eases emergency department attendance
Stalwarts of patient safety – Trinity welcomes international nursing researchers
Trinity Professor Agnes Higgins appointed as Chairperson of Mental Health Reform
TCD Midwifery Student Jennifer Corrigan meets HRH Princess Anne
Minister McEntee launches report on The Impact of Peer-Led Mental Health Services in the Community on 7th December 2016 at the School of Nursing and Midwifery
On 30th November 2016, Professor Cecily Begley attended a gathering at the EU Parliament with Professor Sandra Morano, Genoa, Italy and Dr Ramon Escuriet Peiró, Delivery Program Coordinator for The General Health Planning Department, Spain
Staff and 3rd year Nursing Students have been involved with the Community Design Challenge – a project run by Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) and Enable Ireland.
Global Human Caring Conference Wuhan - China
For the Head of Trinity’s School of Nursing and Midwifery Prof Catherine Comiskey it was the study of addition that brought her to lead one of the worlds top departments
Building and Developing the Research Capacity of Hospital-based Nurses
2nd International Spirituality in Healthcare Conference Nurturing the Spirit 23rd June 2016
Joanna Briggs Institute Comprehensive Systematic Review Training Programme: Inaugural training event TCPHI
Congratulations to the 5 new scholars from School of Nursing & Midwifery
Newsletter 1 - ProACT Introduction/Kick Off Meeting: January – March 2016
Study Raises Concerns For Young LGBTI