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PhD Student Led Seminar

27/02/2018

On the 21st of February students from schools aligned with CESI took part in a PhD student led seminar, organised by Rachel Leonard, School of Nursing and Midwifery. The seminar aimed to bring students together to present their research and to network. The seminar was a great success and hopefully will pave the way for similar seminars in the future.

The Programme for the event is below: 

Time

Speaker

Presentation title

9.30

Prof. Kevin Brazil

 

9.40

Rachel Leonard

A multi-perspective exploration of health visitors’ family focused practice with families impacted by maternal mental illness in Northern Ireland.

9.50

Clare Howie

Preventing Psychosis in Young People: A Secondary School-Based Study

10.00

Shane O’Donnell

Middle-Aged Men and Suicide in Ireland

10.10

Deborah Webster

Adolescent girls, their Social Networking Behaviours and the impact on their Wellbeing

10.20

Annette Gilmore

A methodologically comparative study of the outcomes for children in statutory and independent foster care in Northern Ireland

10.30

Questions

 

10.45

BREAK

 

11.00

Eilise Sweeney

Children and Young People's Aspirations for the Future: a participatory qualitative study.

 

11.10

Tsvyata Donova

Episodic future thinking (EFT) in 3- to 5-year olds: thinking about tomorrow

11.20

Aideen Johnston

School-based Physical Activity Interventions and Wellbeing in Children: A systematic review and intervention complexity assessment          

11.30

Dewi Satria Elmiana

Pedagogical Representation of
 Visual Images in EFL Textbooks

11.40

Mehmet Filiz

Developing statistics proficiency through computer-assisted feedback

11.50

Aidin McKinney

Determining the theoretical and practical feasibility of implementing a family initiated escalation of care scheme to detect and refer patient deterioration in hospital: application of the MRC framework.

12.00

Fatmah Kreedi

Newly Qualified Registered Nurses Experiences in Kuwait:

A Qualitative Exploration

12.10

Emma McGleenan

EVALUATING THE prevalence of cachexia in patients with advanced heart failure

12.20

Questions and Discussion

 

12.30

LUNCH

 

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