June 15, 2018

Family Carers Ireland: ‘Life After Care’ Conference

Family Carers Ireland: ‘Life After Care’ Conference June 18th 2018 Hilton Hotel Kilmainham Inchicore Road Dublin 8 Time: 9:30 am- 14:45 pm Family Carers Ireland (FCI) are running a year long pilot program ” Plan C” providing supports to carers where a change has occurred in their role as a carer. This Conference is part of the project to highlight research that has taken place around the family carers role and what happens when that role changes or ends ? We would like to see more research in this area. Click this link for further information: Click HERE
May 31, 2018

Disability Sector: Violence in the Workplace?

Disability social care workers please note that a further research study in conjunction with UCC will take place this Autumn on the subject of Violence in the Workplace. Further details to follow as they become available.
May 31, 2018

Registration Awareness Study

Social Care Ireland ‘Statutory registration awareness amongst social care workers survey’ report here.  
May 29, 2018

M.A by Research (level 9) funded by Limerick Institute of Technology

LIT Funded M.A by research (Level 9) opportunity under ASCEND research group. The successful candidate will be researching factors leading to young people in care having aggressive and violent outbursts and are they preventable? Closing date is June 10th at 5 pm. Supervised by Ms. Geraldine Maughan. http://lit.ie/RDI/Research/FundedPositions/Young_People_in_Care.pdf http://lit.ie/RDI/Research/FundedPositions.aspx www.lit.ie/RDI/OurTeam/Staff.aspx?Name=Geraldine Maughan
May 28, 2018

RIP Bernadette Manning

Social Care Ireland would like to note the recent sad passing of Bernadette Manning and wish to extend condolences to her family and all at Positive Care Ireland.
May 28, 2018

Smart Patients Online Training platform

Smart Patients Modules We have designed three online modules, which focus on empowering you to develop self-confidence and your competence in promoting health and participating as informed citizens in your healthcare system. The main objectives are summarised under the project motto: Prevent-Empower-Participate. Smart Patients courses Three Smart Patients Modules entitled Prevent-Empower-Participate offer a range of awareness raising, training and demonstration materials that will empower you around important health issues. Each module is made up of a series of sub-modules and these sub-modules can be completed as stand-alone learning experiences. Smart Patients mobile application The Smart Patients’ mobile phone application was developed to facilitate […]
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 […]