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19 - 20 May
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19 – 20 May 2023 

Day 2 Programme (FINAL)

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Day 2
Saturday 20 May 2023

Location: University Limerick

Agenda - Day 2 (UPDATED 16/05/23)
NB This page will be updated regularly - as programme is finalised

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Tickets:     25 euro/day

 

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01

registration & Breaks Information

(day 2)

Registration                                               8.30am - 9.00am

 

Coffee Break (Morning)                            10.30am - 11.00am    

02

introduction
9.00am - 9.30am (day 2)

Opening and Review of Day 1

Dr Fiona O'Reilly

ISMS Committee - CEO, Safetynet Primary Care

 

03

plenary session
9.30am - 10.30am (day 2)

Keynote Speaker :    Professor Serena Luchenski

Clinical Associate Professor & Honorary Consultant in Public Health

UCL Collaborative Centre for Inclusion Health, London, UK

Title:

 

"Inclusion Health: UK perspectives on research, service, and policy for people experiencing deep social exclusion

04

choose 1 of 6

PARALLEL presentation/panel sessions -
choose 1 FROM 6

11.00am - 12.30Pm (day 2)

1)    Panel Discussion: Social Inclusion in Child Health - followed

 by Quick Fire Presentations

PAN 3: SOCIAL INCLUSION IN CHILD HEALTH - PANELISTS:

  • Dr Siobhán Neville, Consultant Paediatrician & Senior Lecturer in Paediatrics,  University of Limerick & University Hospital Limerick (CHAIR)

  • Maeve O'Doherty, Child Development Homelessness Project Coordinator, ABC Start Right

  • Sarah Oakley, Assistant Director of Public Health Nursing for Social Inclusion, HSE Mid-West Community Healthcare (CHO3)

  • Dr Aoibheann Walsh, Consultant Paediatrician with special interest in Inclusion Health, Children's Health Ireland

  • Tiernan O'Neill, Principal of Corpus Christi Primary School Moyross & Social Regeneration Coordinator for Limerick City and County Council

 

FOLLOWED BY:

QF: QUICK FIRE PRESENTATIONS

  • Supporting families experiencing disenfranchised grief due to addiction

                   Grace O'Connor, Julie McKenna - THE NORTH STAR FAMILY PROJECT AND NOVAS

  • Health Inequity from a COVID-19 perspective in the Irish Traveller population 2020-2021

                      

                   Leah Evans - DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH MID-WEST (AREA E)

  • Responding to drug litter in the Community 

                   Philomena Carroll - MID-WEST REGIONAL DRUGS & ALCOHOL FORUM

  • Expansion of Clinic Services to include on-site dispensing of medications

                   ​Martin Sayers, John Gleeson - HSE - LDAS (LIMERICK DRUG AND ALCOHOL SERVICES)

  • Inclusion Health Inpatient Service at St. James’ Hospital; increased resources result in reduced length of hospital stay and better discharge location for rough sleepers

                   ​Anna McAleer - INCLUSION HEALTH TEAM, ST JAMES' HOSPITAL, DUBLIN

OR

2)       OP07:  Homelessness & Health - 2 (Presentations)

  • A model of care for GP in reach clinics 

                   Dr Tadg Lehane - THOMAS COURT MEDICAL PRACTICE

  • Focus Ireland Shielding Service Evaluation

                      

                   Daniel Hoey - FOCUS IRELAND

  • Dietetic Role Emerging placements in homeless service and disadvantaged community groups

                   

              Maria Bowles, Dr Anne Griffin, Dr Audrey Tierney - UNIVERSITY OF LIMERICK

  • Opening the door to housing in Primary Care

                   ​Professor Nigel Hart - QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY BELFAST

  • An introduction and overview of Dublin Simon Communities Step Up Step Down Intermediate Care Unit, its novel and multidisciplinary approach to providing healthcare services to those rough sleeping in Dublin City Centre, Ireland

                   ​Daire Kinselle - DUBLIN SIMON COMMUNITY - STEP UP STEP DOWN

OR

3)       OP08: Addiction & Health - 2 (Presentations)

  • A Tale of 2 Clinics

                   Conán Doonan, Barry Lynch - ANA LIFFEY DRUG PROJECT (IN PARTNERSHIP WITH GMQ

              MEDICAL)

  • The Point of Care Hepatitis C Treatment Programme in the National Drug Treatment Centre

                      

                   ​Aileen Singleton, Meghan Lynch, Elaine Cooney - HSE NATIONAL DRUG TREATMENT CENTRE,

              HSE ADDICTION SERVICE

  • Delivering Hepatitis C & HIV testing opportunities via a mobile health unit to those most at risk: a pilot project

                   ​Katriona Purcell, THE SEXUAL HEALTH CENTRE

  • How effective are digital/e-health interventions for supporting prisoners with mental ill-health? An integrative review 

                   ​Ann-Marie Bright - UNIVERSITY OF LIMERICK

OR

4)       OP09: Migrant & Ethnic Minority Health - 2  (Presentations)

  • Ukrainian Beneficiaries of Temporary Protection (BOTPs) in the Mid-West of Ireland – a Health Needs Analysis

                   ​Eva Rushe, Dr Rachel McNamara - DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH MID WEST (AREA E)

  • The development of multi-layered communication resources which support access to health services for Refugee populations

                      

               Leah Bentham - CORK NORTH COMMUNITY WORK DEPARTMENT, HSE SOCIAL INCLUSION

  • A pilot social media health literacy project through the use of Telegram Channels for Ukrainian Beneficiaries of Temporary Protection (BOTPs) in Ireland’s Mid-West region 

                   Fintan Walsh, Dr Rachel McNamara, Leah Evans - DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH MID WEST

              (AREA E)

  • Migrant Health in Primary Care Special Interest Group: the story so far...

                   ​Dr Máirtín Ó Maoláin - ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IRELAND (RCSI), SPIRASI

OR

5)       OP10: Homelessness & Health - 3 (Presentations)

  • Depaul Homeless Health Peer Advocacy Programme: Reflection, Learning and Next Steps in the provision

 

              Ciara O Connell, Rachel McMahon, Emma Brennan - DEPAUL

  • PACT - Private Emergency Accommodation Assertive Case Management Team (Dublin)

                      

                   ​Dawn Russell, Rory More O'Ferrall - ANA LIFFEY DRUG PROJECT

  • Music for the Mind Matters; A Presentation on the effectiveness of Music Therapy with Individuals with Experience of Homelessness

                   ​Betty Killeen - DUBLIN SIMON COMMUNITY

  • 'Who decides what is health promoting?'

                Sinead Irvine, Leonie Boland - HSE

  • Improving Outcomes for Children Living in Homelessness: a Scoping Review

                      

                   ​Dr Favour Olufemi-Ojo, Dr Siobhán Neville - UNIVERSITY OF LIMERICK

OR

 

 

6)       OP11: Inclusion Health - 2 (Presentations)

  • Dalbavancin; a long acting glycopeptide antibiotic for management of skin and soft tissue infections, bone and joint infections and low grade bacteraemia in the inclusion health cohort

                   Dr Sean O'Gorman, Eileen O'Connor, Dr Tara McGinty - MATER MISERICORDIAE HOSPITAL,

              DUBLIN

  • Catch up childhood immunisation amongst the socially excluded cohort

                      

                   Irene Salmeron Matas - SAFETYNET PRIMARY CARE

  • An audit of the burden of respiratory disease and engagement with the respiratory outpatient service amongst hospitalised patients referred to the social inclusion team

                   Dr Sandra Green, Sarah Jayne Miggin, Dr Tara McGinty - MATER MISERICORDIAE UNIVERSITY

              HOSPITAL, DUBLIN

  • Crisis response in healthcare: developing new modalities of care in Ireland

                   Maxine Radcliffe - HSE RVP TEAMS DSKWW 

  • Epilepsy in an Inclusion Health cohort presenting to unscheduled care in a tertiary hospital; a streamlined pathway

                   ​Dr Sean O'Gorman, Eileen O'Connor, Dr Tara McGinty - MATER MISERICORDIAE UNIVERSITY

              HOSPITAL, DUBLIN

 

05

plenary session - panel discussion
12.30pm - 1.30Pm (day 2)

Theme:        Inclusion Health & The Irish Context

Panelists:

  • Dr Patrick O'Donnell, Clinical Fellow in Social Inclusion,  School of Medicine, University of Limerick & GP, Social Inclusion, Mid-West Community Healthcare (CHAIR)

  • Karen O'Connor, Assistant Principal, Drugs Policy & Social Inclusion Unit, Department of Health

  • Dr Douglas Hamilton, Public Health Lead for Social Inclusion, HSE  National Social Inclusion Office

  • Professor Cliona Ni Cheallaigh, Professor & Clinical Lead - Inclusion Health Service, St James' Hospital & Trinity College Dublin

  • Professor Serena Luchenski, Clinical Associate Professor & Honorary Consultant in Public Health, UCL Collaborate Centre for Inclusion Health, London, UK

06 

day 2 closing PLENARY SESSION
1.30pm - 2.00pm (day 2)

                                           
Closing Remarks

                                                        

  • Dr Fiona O'Reilly

  • Dr Anna Marie Naughton

  • Dr Patrick O'Donnell

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