The 5th Nursing Showcase at St Mary's Campus took place on Wednesday 6th September 2017.
This showcase provides an excellent opportunity for differing members of the nursing team to present some of projects currently being undertaken in St Mary's and within the supporting community team.
The Chair was Ms. Elizabeth Rossiter Interim Director of Nursing, St Mary’s Campus
The Welcoming Address was given by Ms Deirdre Lang, Director of Nursing, National Clinical Programme for Older People (NCPOP).
Dr Catriona Murphy from the School of Nursing and Human Sciences in Dublin City University gave a keynote presentation entitled Gerontological Nursing Research In A Time Of Change
The presentations are available to view from this page. If you have any questions or queries relating to any aspect of the presentations below please contact the showcase facilitator Daragh Rodger.
September 6th 2017 - 5th Nursing Showcase
Ms Fiona Dunne ADON Practice Development – MSc 2016 RCSI
Ms Daragh Rodger ANP Care of the Older Adult Community & PhD Student DCU
Ms Shirley Long Clinical Case Manager
Overview Of Clinical Case Manager Role In Dublin North Promoting Integrated Care
Ms Maree Barry Clinical Nurse Specialist
Ms Orla Ffrench Clinical Liaison Nurse - Oral Presentation
Family Experience Of Transitioning A Family Member From Home To Residential Care
Ms Simone Commiskey Quality & Safety Manager
Ms Adina Stefanuca Acting Clinical Nurse Specialist Stroke Rehabilitation and Ms Anne Spencer Educational Technologist, PETAL
Formal Launch Of Life After Stroke Rehabilitation Patient Pathway and Launch Of Stroke Rehab And Me Visit Website - www.strokerehabandme.com
Presentations - view presentations in SlideShare - follow links below
Keynote Address: Dr Catriona Murphy, Lecturer DCU School of Nursing and Human Sciences
Gerontological Nursing Research In A Time Of Change
Catriona Murphy is a lecturer at the School of Nursing and Human Sciences at DCU. Her research interests lie in population health and health services research with a particular emphasis on older adults, home care and cardiovascular health. Catriona has held various nursing roles.
She qualified and worked as a general nurse and midwife in Ireland and the UK before working with Concern Worldwide in Asia and Africa. On returning to Ireland she qualified as a public health nurse and worked in the community in the south inner city for 5 years.
She holds a Masters in Community Health and a PhD in Health Services Research.
The title of her PhD thesis was “The distribution and determinants of home-based social care utilisation in older people: Irish and comparative perspectives”.
She completed a three-year post-doctoral research fellowship at The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing, Trinity College. Her post-doctoral research involved a focus on the cardiovascular health of older Irish adults and the implementation of cardiovascular health research findings into policy and practice. She currently lectures in the School of Nursing and Human Sciences in DCU.
Dr. Catriona Murphy