AIIHPC Structured Research Network APA Cycle 2 2019 Applied Partnership Awards Applying Research into Policy & Practice Postdoctoral Fellowships ARPP 2020 Cancer Prevention Fellowship Programme Cancer Prevention Fellowship Programme Reintegration Grant Capacity Building for Evidence Synthesis Clinical Research Facilities/Centres 2021 Cochrane Training Fellowships Collaborative Doctoral Awards Conference and Event Sponsorship Scheme COVID-19 2020 CSF 2020 DIFA - 2018 DIFA 2017 DIFA 2018 DIFA 2020 DIFA-2018 Doctoral Training Programme in Precision Medicine in Cancer Emerging Clinician Scientist Awards 2020 Emerging Investigator Awards Emerging Investigator Awards 2022 ERA-NET Cofund for Neuroscience Research (NEURON) ERA-NET Cofund for Personalised Medicine Framework for Safe Nurse Staffing and Skill Mix Fulbright-HRB Health Impact Awards Health Research Awards HRB Clinical Research Facilities HRB Collaboration in Ireland for Clinical Effectiveness Reviews HRB Postdoctoral Fellowships: ARPP 2023 HRB Postdoctoral Fellowships: CSF 2023 HRB Trials Methodology Research Network HRCI 2020 HRCI-HRB Joint Funding Scheme ICORG Statistics and Data Management Interdisciplinary Capacity Enhancement Awards Investigator Led Projects IPPOSI 2020 Irish Clinical Oncology Research Group Irish Platform for Patients Organisations Science and Industry Support Award Joint Programming Initiative Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life Joint Programming Initiative in Neurodegenerative Diseases Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial Resistance Knowledge Exchange and Dissemination Scheme Knowledge Translation Awards Medical Research Charities Group Support Award MRCG-HRB Joint Funding Scheme National Children's Hospital Foundation Scheme National Clinical Trials Coordination Programme National integrated PhD programme for Medical Practitioners National Intellectual Disability Supplement to TILDA Patrick Quinn Awards for Parkinson's Research PPI Ignite Awards Project Development Grants Rare Diseases Research and Innovation Catalyst Awards (RDCat) 2023 RCQPS COVID-19 Research Collaborative for Quality and Patient Safety Research Collaborative in Quality and Patient Safety Research Training Fellowships for Healthcare Professionals RL FA 2020 RL PA 2020 Secondary Data Analysis Projects SFI-HRB-Wellcome Research Partnership Structured PhD Programme in Population Health and Health Services Research The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing Ulysses Research Visits US-Ireland R&D Partnership Awards WHO-SOLI-2020
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This event is being hosted on June 10th 2023, by Dravet Syndrome Ireland and the SFI FutureNeuro Research Centre for chronic and rare neurological diseases, with the support of Dublin Sports Partnership, Sports Inclusion Disability Officer (SIDO). The purpose of the event is to bring families and caregivers affected by...
iPASTAR Conference - Achieving better outcomes from integrated pathways of care for acute stroke and rehabilitation
What is iPASTAR?
iPASTAR (Improving Pathways for Acute STroke And Rehabilitation) is a Structured Doctoral Training Programme funded by the HRB with four PhD scholars. The focus is to develop better care pathways from acute hospital care to rehabilitation in the community and living well after...
Developing an innovative patient-centred xenograft model of multiple myeloma and its use in testing novel antagonists of JAM-A signalling
Multiple myeloma (MM) is an incurable cancer in which uncontrolled plasma cell proliferation disrupts the bone marrow environment and impairs immune function. With poor 5-year patient survival (<50%), better clinical models and pipelines for targeted therapies are urgently required. This proposal will focus on both. Firstly, an MSc...
Neuroblastoma is one of the most aggressive childhood cancers contributing to 15% of cancer related childhood deaths. At diagnosis half of the patients have a metastatic tumour and recurrence is very common. Despite advances in available therapies, children with drug-resistant and relapsed neuroblastoma have a dismal outlook with...
Sustaining increased and improved access to opioid substitution treatment (OST) in Ireland: a mixed-methods study to evaluate the impact of national contingency OST guidelines on process and client outcomes, and identify quality indicators for the continued and safe delivery of OST throughout and beyond COVID-19.
People who use heroin have a risk of death six times higher than the general population. The most effective treatment for heroin use is the prescription of legal, substitution medicine, most commonly methadone. This is called opioid substitution treatment or OST. Most people in OST attend a specialist outpatient addiction service,...
Understanding and Enhancing Medication Safety During COVID-19: The CONNECTS (COVID-Nineteen Medication Safety) Toolkit
Medicines are the most common treatment used to maintain and improve health. Due to COVID19, the way in which people access and use medication in their communities has changed rapidly and in an unprecedented way. Many are using technology to avoid potential exposure to COVID19 and we do not yet understand the impact on medicines safety...
Scenario and intervention modelling in Ireland for stroke: Evaluating the effect of alternative policy scenarios and interventions for stroke in Ireland on outcomes and costs
One in every four people in Ireland will have a stroke in their lifetime. People are less likely to die if they have a stroke than in previous decades, partly due to new treatments that prevent further strokes and improve outcomes. For every three people who survive their stroke, two acquire some type of disability such as...
Stroke is a leading cause of death and disability. In recent years, improvements in stroke treatment have led to more people surviving stroke and to lower levels of disability. However, outcomes for stroke patients vary depending on the quality of care received. This indicates a need for a National Stroke Audit, involving regular...
Meeting the challenge of childhood obesity treatment in Irish Healthcare: Generating Data to Facilitate Action.
Obesity is caused by the storage of too much fat tissue in the body. When children become obese they can have difficulties with their physical and mental health including:
- high blood pressure;
- painful joints;
- breathing difficulties;
- anxiety and early development of other diseases. ...
The effect of after action review in enhancing safety culture and second victim experience and its implementation in an Irish hospital
After Action Review is a discussion of an event with the team involved in the event. Four questions are asked:
- what did we expect to happen?
- what actually happened?
- why was there a difference?
- and what have we learnt?
An independent person guides the process. The purpose is to...
WT Scheme: Investigator Award in Science.
Massive human genome resequencing projects are in train to further the understanding of the genetic contributions to disease. However these offer a limited view of genome genealogies, variant history and past selection, all of which are instrument to the models underpinning genomic...
WT Scheme: Investigator Award in Science.
Antimicrobial resistance by Staphylococcus aureus is a global epidemic. New approaches based on induction of immune responses that control/prevent S. aureus infection, are required. This necessitates a thorough understanding of the unique relationship cultivated by S. aureus with the...