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May 2, 2018

People Strategy – Leaders in People Services – consultation and engagement process

The HSE Human Resources Division is launching a process of consultation and engagement in relation to the People Strategy – Leaders in People Services, our organisation’s HR roadmap for the health service. Our current People Strategy runs from 2015 – 2018 and is anchoring all key HR developments in our system. We are now scooping out requirements for a refreshed People Strategy which is planned to run from 2019 – 2021. Look out for our invitation to you to complete our People Strategy Review Survey, which will issue shortly. We are seeking your ideas to refresh and energise the impact […]
April 30, 2018

Survey on Patient Care

Integrated care brings together the many specialities involved in patient care so that, from the patient’s perspective, the services delivered are consistent, personalised and coordinated. This mobile-friendly survey can be taken on your smartphone also, and will take approximately 25 minutes of your time and is available at: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/HSE_Survey_2018 Following the International Conference on Integrated care was held in Dublin in 2017, it is evident that progress in integrated care has been made through a series of initiatives and pilots. It is therefore a good period to assess nationwide preparedness for the delivery of integrated care and highlight success factors […]
April 30, 2018

Speed network event-Research

The HSCP Education & Development Advisory Research Subgroup invites researchers and practitioners interested in conducting research in applied health settings to a morning of networking! What is speed networking? Speed networking (like its dating equivalent) is an opportunity for those interested in research in particular settings to meet people with shared interests. It provides an initial opportunity to make contacts that could develop into further discussions and opportunities for collaboration. When: Tuesday 22 May 2018 Where: The Glass Room, School of Nursing & Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin, D’Olier Street, Dublin 2 Time: 10am – 1pm (Light Lunch Provided) For further […]
April 10, 2018

National Health & Social Care Professions Office Innovation & Best Practice Awards 2018

Closing date for receipt of applications extended to: 5.00 p.m. on Wednesday, 9th May, 2018 National Health & Social Care Professions Office Innovation & Best Practice Awards 2018 To recognise the enormous role Health and Social Care Professions play in delivering innovative solutions, reshaping how and where services are delivered as well as leading and driving change, we are excited to announce the first ever National Health & Social Care Professions Office Innovation & Best Practice Awards. The awards will be presented at the National Health and Social Care Professions Best Practice and Innovation Awards Ceremony on 10th October 2018 […]
April 9, 2018

FROM STUDENT TO PRACTITIONER GRADUATE WORKSHOP

A practical interactive workshop to empower you as a graduate practitioner to prepare for professional practice.  At this practical interactive workshop you will learn about: – Making the most of yourself and your experience and marketing yourself. – Types of recruitment processes, i.e. CVs, application forms and short listing. – The support available from professional bodies, etc. – Maintaining readiness for work, innovative ideas Background The Student to Practitioner one day event was developed to provide support for newly qualified and recently graduated clinicians in the transition from student to practitioner in their field. This initiative was developed through the […]
March 29, 2018

Call for Abstracts for the 5th HSCP Research Conference

Closing Date extended to 14th May The HSCP EDA Research subgroup is calling for abstracts for the 5th HSCP Research Conference which takes place in the Conference Centre, Dublin Castle on Wednesday 14th November 2018. Authors submitting abstracts will first be asked to register with Ex Ordo at: https://resconf18.exordo.com/ and then proceed to submit the abstract. The closing date for receipt of abstracts is Monday 30th April ’18. Click here for further information
March 29, 2018

Ag Eisteacht- Spring Newsletter 2018

Ag Eisteacht deliver training to frontline practitioners working in the health, education, social, youth and community sectors in either a professional or voluntary capacity. Since 2001, we have delivered our evidence-based, accredited and evaluated training to over 1,500 frontline practitioners. We offer a range of training programmes, including ABLE  and Ag Eisteacht4Business, which are built on our core values of time, attention and respect. We focus on relational capability which is the capacity of people to establish and maintain close relationships, both at home and in the wider community, as a key determinant of health and well being. Click  here  […]
March 27, 2018

Studio III, Helping people with Autism live the life they choose 14th June 2018

Studio 3 KERRY AND INDIVIDUALISED PROJECTS Studio 3 Kerry is based at 21 Denny St Tralee Co. Kerry. Phone 0667128872 Who are Studio III Group? Within the area of behaviors of challenge, Studio III Group is one of the largest providers of independent and highly specialised psychological, psychotherapeutic and behavioral support services in Ireland, the UK and abroad.  We use low arousal approaches that are person centred and kind. As part of our ongoing commitment to service providers Studio III provide: ongoing service consultancy, specialized programmes to help people live the life they want, individual and group staff support psychological […]
March 27, 2018

Unity Through Relationships 2018

Unity Through Relationship 2018 12th – 13th November 2018, Bonnington Hotel (Whitehall),  Dublin, Ireland  Attachment, Resilience, Hope (& stuff like that): Exploring the Language of Care The Gateway Organisation, in conjunction with Empower Ireland and CYC-Net, are delighted to broadcast this ‘Call for Papers’ for the 5th annual ‘Unity Through Relationship’ International Conference. Conference theme: Towards an understanding the ’emerging  jargon’  underpinning relational practice in the caring professions. Over recent years those working with; living with; and caring for, troubled children and youth (kids who require additional understanding, assistance, support and therapeutic intervention), have been bombarded with JARGON that seems […]
February 6, 2018

Deadline approaching for submitting student posters

Social Care Ireland conference 2018. Theme –Social Care: Working with abilities and strengths. Call for student academic posters. 21st& 22nd March, 2018, Radisson Hotel Athlone. Common themes for posters include reporting on research projects, for example from dissertations, thesis or group/individual projects (preliminary findings are sufficient), critical reviews of literature,and research informed reporting on practice issues. Academic posters are normally A0(119cm  x84cm) but–A2(60cmx42cm) and A1(84cmx60cm) posters are welcome. Text content should be no less than 300 words and no more than 750 words. Please consider colours careful, as what looks appealing on screen may reproduce poorly in print. Posters should […]
May 2, 2018

People Strategy – Leaders in People Services – consultation and engagement process

The HSE Human Resources Division is launching a process of consultation and engagement in relation to the People Strategy – Leaders in People Services, our organisation’s HR roadmap for the health service. Our current People Strategy runs from 2015 – 2018 and is anchoring all key HR developments in our system. We are now scooping out requirements for a refreshed People Strategy which is planned to run from 2019 – 2021. Look out for our invitation to you to complete our People Strategy Review Survey, which will issue shortly. We are seeking your ideas to refresh and energise the impact […]
April 30, 2018

Survey on Patient Care

Integrated care brings together the many specialities involved in patient care so that, from the patient’s perspective, the services delivered are consistent, personalised and coordinated. This mobile-friendly survey can be taken on your smartphone also, and will take approximately 25 minutes of your time and is available at: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/HSE_Survey_2018 Following the International Conference on Integrated care was held in Dublin in 2017, it is evident that progress in integrated care has been made through a series of initiatives and pilots. It is therefore a good period to assess nationwide preparedness for the delivery of integrated care and highlight success factors […]
April 30, 2018

Speed network event-Research

The HSCP Education & Development Advisory Research Subgroup invites researchers and practitioners interested in conducting research in applied health settings to a morning of networking! What is speed networking? Speed networking (like its dating equivalent) is an opportunity for those interested in research in particular settings to meet people with shared interests. It provides an initial opportunity to make contacts that could develop into further discussions and opportunities for collaboration. When: Tuesday 22 May 2018 Where: The Glass Room, School of Nursing & Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin, D’Olier Street, Dublin 2 Time: 10am – 1pm (Light Lunch Provided) For further […]
April 10, 2018

National Health & Social Care Professions Office Innovation & Best Practice Awards 2018

Closing date for receipt of applications extended to: 5.00 p.m. on Wednesday, 9th May, 2018 National Health & Social Care Professions Office Innovation & Best Practice Awards 2018 To recognise the enormous role Health and Social Care Professions play in delivering innovative solutions, reshaping how and where services are delivered as well as leading and driving change, we are excited to announce the first ever National Health & Social Care Professions Office Innovation & Best Practice Awards. The awards will be presented at the National Health and Social Care Professions Best Practice and Innovation Awards Ceremony on 10th October 2018 […]
April 9, 2018

FROM STUDENT TO PRACTITIONER GRADUATE WORKSHOP

A practical interactive workshop to empower you as a graduate practitioner to prepare for professional practice.  At this practical interactive workshop you will learn about: – Making the most of yourself and your experience and marketing yourself. – Types of recruitment processes, i.e. CVs, application forms and short listing. – The support available from professional bodies, etc. – Maintaining readiness for work, innovative ideas Background The Student to Practitioner one day event was developed to provide support for newly qualified and recently graduated clinicians in the transition from student to practitioner in their field. This initiative was developed through the […]
March 29, 2018

Call for Abstracts for the 5th HSCP Research Conference

Closing Date extended to 14th May The HSCP EDA Research subgroup is calling for abstracts for the 5th HSCP Research Conference which takes place in the Conference Centre, Dublin Castle on Wednesday 14th November 2018. Authors submitting abstracts will first be asked to register with Ex Ordo at: https://resconf18.exordo.com/ and then proceed to submit the abstract. The closing date for receipt of abstracts is Monday 30th April ’18. Click here for further information
March 29, 2018

Ag Eisteacht- Spring Newsletter 2018

Ag Eisteacht deliver training to frontline practitioners working in the health, education, social, youth and community sectors in either a professional or voluntary capacity. Since 2001, we have delivered our evidence-based, accredited and evaluated training to over 1,500 frontline practitioners. We offer a range of training programmes, including ABLE  and Ag Eisteacht4Business, which are built on our core values of time, attention and respect. We focus on relational capability which is the capacity of people to establish and maintain close relationships, both at home and in the wider community, as a key determinant of health and well being. Click  here  […]
March 27, 2018

Studio III, Helping people with Autism live the life they choose 14th June 2018

Studio 3 KERRY AND INDIVIDUALISED PROJECTS Studio 3 Kerry is based at 21 Denny St Tralee Co. Kerry. Phone 0667128872 Who are Studio III Group? Within the area of behaviors of challenge, Studio III Group is one of the largest providers of independent and highly specialised psychological, psychotherapeutic and behavioral support services in Ireland, the UK and abroad.  We use low arousal approaches that are person centred and kind. As part of our ongoing commitment to service providers Studio III provide: ongoing service consultancy, specialized programmes to help people live the life they want, individual and group staff support psychological […]
March 27, 2018

Unity Through Relationships 2018

Unity Through Relationship 2018 12th – 13th November 2018, Bonnington Hotel (Whitehall),  Dublin, Ireland  Attachment, Resilience, Hope (& stuff like that): Exploring the Language of Care The Gateway Organisation, in conjunction with Empower Ireland and CYC-Net, are delighted to broadcast this ‘Call for Papers’ for the 5th annual ‘Unity Through Relationship’ International Conference. Conference theme: Towards an understanding the ’emerging  jargon’  underpinning relational practice in the caring professions. Over recent years those working with; living with; and caring for, troubled children and youth (kids who require additional understanding, assistance, support and therapeutic intervention), have been bombarded with JARGON that seems […]
February 6, 2018

Deadline approaching for submitting student posters

Social Care Ireland conference 2018. Theme –Social Care: Working with abilities and strengths. Call for student academic posters. 21st& 22nd March, 2018, Radisson Hotel Athlone. Common themes for posters include reporting on research projects, for example from dissertations, thesis or group/individual projects (preliminary findings are sufficient), critical reviews of literature,and research informed reporting on practice issues. Academic posters are normally A0(119cm  x84cm) but–A2(60cmx42cm) and A1(84cmx60cm) posters are welcome. Text content should be no less than 300 words and no more than 750 words. Please consider colours careful, as what looks appealing on screen may reproduce poorly in print. Posters should […]