4th October, 1.15-2pm, Room G16, Western Gateway Building

 

‘Using Community Based Participatory Research to explore social determinants of Traveller Women’s Food and Exercise Behaviours’

Anne Burke and Mary Cronin  
28th September, 1:15 - 2:00pm, Room 4.05, Western Gateway Building

‘A Little Nightclub Medicine: Caring for Clubbers and other “Party Animals” in the 21st Century’

 Dr. Chris Luke 
14th September, 1:15-2:00pm, Room 4.05, Western Gateway Building

Self-harm and suicide in young people and those in the middle age group: Associated risk factors and evidence based interventions 

 

Prof. Ella Arensman
25th May, 1:15-2:00pm, Room 4.05, Western Gateway Building

A social researcher developing a career in medicine and health

Dr. Sarah Meaney
23rd May, 1:15-2:00pm, Room 4.05, Western Gateway Building

With Great Science, Comes Great Responsibility

Dr. Ria O’Sullivan-Lago
18th May, 1:15-2:00pm, Room 4.05, Western Gateway Building

New evidence for the physical activity health paradox from the prospective Kuopio Ischemic Heart Disease Risk Factor Study: The different roles of fitness, leisure time and occupational physical activity for cardiovascular disease incidence, progression, and mortality.

Dr. Niklas Krause
17th May, 1:15-2:00pm, Room 4.05, Western Gateway Building

Strengthening the Civic Mission of Higher Education: the role of community engaged scholarship in medicine and health

Martin Galvin
11th May, 1:15-2:00pm, Room 4.05, Western Gateway Building A career in academic administration – my experience and thoughts Dr. Dervla Hogan
3rd May, 12:15-1:30pm, Room 4.05, Western Gateway Building Social Pathologies of Contemporary Civilization, and Public Health: a Dialogue Dr Kieran Keohane and Prof. Ivan Perry
25th April, 1:15-2:00pm, Room 4.05, Western Gateway Building Making steps towards gender equality at a local level Dr. Caitríona Ní Laoire and Dr. Sarah M. Field
6th April, 12:15-1:00pm, Room 4.02, Western Gateway Building The Institut Obert de Catalunya and the risk prevention system in Catalonia Carme Cerdà
4th April, 1:15-2:00pm, Room 4.05, Western Gateway Building Career pathway: my experience…so far Maria Boyce
30th March, 12:15-1:00pm, Room 4.02, Western Gateway Building An Alternative Research Career – Research Administration Louise Burgoyne
21st March, 1:15 - 2:00pm, Room 4.05, Western Gateway Building

Engagement at scale - online mental health programmes

Gavin Doherty
7th March, 1:15 - 2:00pm, Room 4.02, Western Gateway Building

F.A.I.R. Data Management: principles, policy, and practice

Eoghan Ó Carragáin
23rd February, 1.15 - 2:00pm, Room 4.02, Western Gateway Building

Enforcing smoke-free universities: A descriptive analysis and phenomenology

Chris Seitz
13th February, 1:15 - 2:00pm, Room G17, Western Gateway Building

An overview of Athena SWAN at UCC

Ann King
3rd February, 1:15 - 2:00pm, Room 4.05, Western Gateway Building Biostatistics and Epidemiology: Opportunities in Industry  Eileen Curran 
Date/Venue Title Presented By
16th December, 12:30-13:30, Western Gateway Building Room 405 Improving Diabetes Care in Ireland: Challenges and Opportunities Professor Sean F Dinneen
15th December, 1.15 - 2.00pm, Western Gateway Building Room 405 Information for Action. Utilising basic public health skills in a humanitarian emergency – a perspective from the Typhoon Haiyan response in the Philippines, 2014 Dr Aileen Kitching
13th December, 1.15 - 2.00pm, Western Gateway Building Room 405 Proposed Pilot for Cork City: Enhancing awareness, connectivity & transparency in the food system Pavlos Georgiadis
29th November, 1.15 - 2.00pm, Western Gateway Building Room 402 The Process of Applying for a HRB Cochrane Fellowship - Tips for Success Dr Sinead O Neill

24th November, 1.15 - 2.00pm, Western Gateway Building Room 405

Ethical deviance and healthcare professionals Dr Myles Balfe

18th November, 1.15 - 2.00pm, Western Gateway Building Room 405

Mapping and categorization of published burden of disease studies in Europe Mark O'Donovan, Bsc. Public Health

3rd November, 1.15 - 2.00pm, Western Gateway Building Room 405

Pharmacoepidemiology in Ireland: the good, the bad and the ugly Professor Kathleen Bennett

4th October, 1.15-2.00pm, Western Gateway Building Room 304

Cyberbullying in Young People: Behaviours, Experiences, Resolutions Rebecca Dennehy

21 September WGB 4.05 1.10-2PM

Current Status of Suicide Prevention Internationally: Enhancing Suicide Prevention in Ireland Professor Ella Arensman

8th September WGB 4.05

1.15-2PM

Oral Presentations for Soc Soc Med 2016 and INFANT Research Day 2016 Four members from the department have been selected to present at the upcoming Society of Social Medicine in Dublin (12th-16th September 2016) and INFANT Research Day (9th September 2016)

6th September WGB 3. 04 1.15-2pm

Assessment and harmonisation of dietary intake methods for pan-European research: Challenges and Implications for Nutrition Surveillance in Ireland. Janas Harrington

29th June WGB 4.05

1.15-2PM

The use and abuse of the P-Value Dr Darren Dahly
17th June WGB 4.05, 1.15-2pm An overview of Boston Scientific Therapies and the Use of Statistical Methods to Validate Them Dr Sean Curran
14th June 4.05, 1.15-2pm Findings from the Global Burden of Disease Workshop Ms Shelly Chakraborty
31st May WGB 4.05, 1.15-2pm Psychosocial stress in a nutritional public health perspective Dr Nathalie Michels
10th May WGB 4.05, 1.15 - 2pm Writing Research Grants Prof Lisa Chasan Taber
6th May 4.05, 1.15-2pm CV Outcome Trials in Type 2 Diabetes: A Review Prof. Neil Poulter
19th April WGB 4.05, 2.15-3.15pm The Danish National Birth Cohort history, content and examples of use Prof. Jørn Olsen
5th April WGB 4.05, 1.15-2pm Obstetric Mode of Delivery and Child Psychological Development Eileen Curran
24th March WGB 4.02, 1.15-2pm Quintile Regression Eileen Curran
16th March WGB 3.04, 1.15 - 2pm Research integrity Prof. John Browne
25th February WGB 4.02 The challenges of healthcare in contemporary Africa Ms Fatia Kiyange
23rd February WGB G02 1-3pm SPHeRE presentations Ms Emily Kelleher, Mr Kieran Walsh, Ms Gillian Maher, Ms Sarah Fitzgerald
22nd February WGB 3.01 1-3pm SPHeRE presentations Mr David O’Riordan, Ms Caragh Flannery, Ms Sharon Cadogan, Ms Christina Hansen
11th February WGB G02 12.15-1pm A data protection briefing Ms. Audrey Huggard and Ms. Catriona O'Sullivan
12th January 1.15 -2.15pm, Western Gateway Building Room 4.05 A structural approach to bias Dr. Darren Dahly

 

Date/Venue Title Presented By
     

12th January 1.15 -2.15pm, Western Gateway Building Room 4.05

A structural approach to bias

Dr. Darren Dahly

3rd December 1.15 -2.15pm, Western Gateway Building Room 4.05

Some Reflections on Causation

Prof. Ivan Perry

3rd November 2015

1.15-2pm, Western Gateway Building Room 4.05  

‘Psychometric Scaling: Modern Measurement Methods'

Prof John Browne, 

Professor of Epidemiology

and Public Health.

27-October 2015

1.15-2pm, Western Gateway Building Room G16 

‘Gestational age and birth weight and the risk of childhood type 1 diabetes: a population-based cohort and sibling design study’

Dr Ali Khashan, 

Senior Lecturer, 

Epidemiology & Public Health.

27th August 2015 Oral Presentations for Soc Soc Med 2015

Six members from the department

have been selected to present at the upcoming Society of Social Medicine in Dublin (2nd-4th September 2015).

12th June 2015 It’s Never too Early: Diabetes Prevention in Pregnancy Prof Lisa Chasan-Taber, School of Public Health and Health Sciences, University of Massachusetts Amherst
11th June 2015 Changes in Response to Food Associated with Weight Loss Prof Philip J Brantley, Pennington Biomedical Research Centre, Louisiana State University
12th May 2015 How much does cancer cost? Health economics in a national cancer registry. Dr Alison Pearce, Post-doctoral Research Fellow, National Cancer Registry Ireland
6th May 2015 Patient Level Costing: A time-driven activity based method for costing Type 2 Diabetes Dr Gerardine Doyle, Senior Lecturer, School of Business, University College Dublin
23rd April 2015 Life course epidemiology: statistical approaches with examples from the epidemiology of child growth and cardio metabolic health Dr Laura Howe, statistical epidemiologist at the MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit at the University of Bristol
17th April 2015 The realist evaluation of a palliative integrated care pathway in primary care: what works, for whom, and in what circumstances Dr Sonia Darkin, Research Fellow, University of Leeds
18th March 2015 Familial confounding and the association between mode of delivery and neurodevelopmental disorders Ms Eileen Curran, PhD student, Irish Centre for Fetal and Neonatal Translational Research
19th February 2015 Epidemiology & prevention of cardio-metabolic disease:

A journey from the Mediterranean region to Sub-Saharan Africa
Dr Saverio Stranges, Associate Clinical Professor of Cardiovascular Epidemiology, Division of Health Sciences,

Tuesday 17th February, 2015

1.15-2pm

Venue: WGB 4.05

Western Gateway Building

Evaluating the hospital management of self-harm patients: an instrumental variable approach’    Robert Carroll, PhD student, School of Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol.
Wednesday 28th January, 2015

1.15-2pm

Venue: WGB 4.02

Western Gateway Building
   
‘Studying the origins of ethnic differences in cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes: evidence from studies in children’ Professor Peter Whincup, Clinical Epidemiologist and Professor of Epidemiology at St George’s, University of London

Wednesday 10th December, 2014

1.15-2pm

Venue: WGB 4.05

Western Gateway Building
   
 ‘An Introduction to Missing Data’ Dr Darren Daly, HRB Interdisciplinary Capacity Enhancement award (ICE) research fellow

Wednesday 26th November 2014

2.00 pm – 6.00 pm

Venue: Brookfield G06.

Youth and Community Work Symposium Professor Peadar Kirby, UL, (Academic Extern), and Eoin O’Neill, Director, Waterford and South Tipperary Community Youth Service (Practice Extern).

11am – 3pm

Friday 7th November

Aras Na MacLeinn, UCC
   

BSc International Development and Food Policy Placement Showcase 2014 Welcome and Opening Remarks   - Dr Edward Lahiff Academic Director, BSc International Development and Food Policy.

1.15-2pm
Thursday 13th November, 2014
 
Venue: WGB 4.05


Western Gateway Building

'Stroke Thrombolysis, Public Health and the Epidemiologist' Presented by Dr Roger Shinton, clinical epidemiologist, former consultant physician, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital and former Honorary Senior Lecturer, University of Birmingham
9am-3pm Monday 15th December

Venue: G05 Western Gateway Building

UCC
The Hippocampus in Health and Disease Nobel Laureate John O’Keefe
 4-5pm

Venue: Western Gateway Building room  4.05

UCC
   
“Digesting the Neurocircuitry of Appetite using Electrophysiology Dr Harriet Schellekens and Dr Hamdy Shaban
1-2 pm Thursday 23rd October

Venue Western Gate Building: Room WGB 106 UCC

The Challenge of  Hidden Hunger

The 2014 Global Hunger Index
   
Connell Foley, Director of Strategy, Advocacy & Learning, Concern Worldwide
Thursday, 23rd October @ 4pm

Venue: Cavanagh Pharmacy Building LG 52
 “Influenza Virus Transmission : more than coughs and sneezes” Prof. Kim Roberts, Dept. of Microbiology, Trinity College Dublin

Thursday 23rd October, 2014

3.15-4pm

Venue: WGB 4.05Western Gateway Building
   

‘Methodological challenges to analyze dynamic patterns of determinants and diseases over time in longitudinal studies’ Prof Alex Burdorf, Occupational and Environmental Epidemiologist, University of Rotterdam.
Friday 3rd October

12 to 1pm

Aras na Laoi G30
Diet-Heart and Nutritional Epidemiology: Lessons Not Learned Dr Chris Sempos, Director for the Population Studies Program at the National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements
Friday October 3, 2014

1 -2pm

Room 4.05

4th Floor Western Gateway Building

The Past, Present and Future of Malaria: an historical, ecological and personal perspective.

Dr Gerry F. Killeen, BSc PhD, of Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and IFAKARA Health Institute, Tanzania

Monday 8th September, 2014

12-2pm,

Western Gateway Building WGB 3.04

Oral presentations for SocSocMed Several members from the department will be presenting their work in preparation for the Society for Social Medicine 98th Annual Scientific Meeting, 10th- 12th September.

Thursday 28th August, 2014

1.15-2pm,

Western Gateway Building WGB 4.05

“Ask for evidence” Síle Lane, Director of Campaigns at Sense About Science

Wednesday 6th August, 2014

1.15-2pm,

Western Gateway Building WGB 4.05

“Growth Mixture Models in Epidemiology and the Impact of an Incorrectly Specified Random Structure on Model Inferences"

“Effects of mode of delivery and maternal irritable bowel syndrome on childhood autism spectrum disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in a British cohort”

Dr Darren Dahly, HRB Interdisciplinary Capacity Enhancement Award (ICE) research fellow

Ms Eileen Curran, PhD student with the Irish Centre for Fetal & Neonatal Translational Research

Monday 7th July, 2014

1.15-2pm,

Western Gateway Building WGB 4.05

‘Resolving conflicts in the multimorbid consultation: How do GPs balance diseases, drugs and the views of other doctors?’ Dr. Carol Sinnott, Department of General Practice, UCC

Wednesday 4th June, 2014

1.15-2pm

Western Gateway Building WGB 4.02 


“Caesarean section and subsequent pregnancy outcome: a Danish register-based cohort study”
Ms Sinead O'Neill, HRB PhD Scholar in Health Services Research‌

Thursday 1st May, 2014,

1:15-2pm

Western Gateway Building WGB 4.02 

"Population-level variation in Early Childhood Development" Ms Margaret Curtin, Epidemiology and Public Health, UCC

Thursday 10th April, 2014

1:15pm - 2.00pm

Western Gateway Building WGB G04

“Sensory impairment and cognition, insights from experimental and population studies” Dr Anna Lisa Setti, Lecturer, Applied Psychology, UCC

Wednesday 19th March, 2014

1:15pm - 2.00pm

Western Gateway Building WGB 4.02

“Participation in daily activities and health related quality of life of late adolescents in contemporary Ireland" Ms Eithne Hunt, Lecturer, Occupational Science and Occupational Therapies, UCC
Monday 3rd March, 2014 1:15pm - 2.00pm Western Gateway Building WGB 1.06 “Health Behaviour Change: Designing and Implementing Effective Interventions” Dr Molly Byrne, HRB Research Leader & Research Senior Lecturer, School of Psychology, NUI Galway
     

 

 

Oral presentations for SocSocMed

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