Outcome Report: If research is such a GOOD thing, why do we make it so HARD for researchers?

To view the outcome report from our recent Forum click on the document to the right.

Our Keynote Speaker, Dr Janet Metcalfe, Chair & Head of Vita
Career challenges facing researchers
Dr Susan Coote, Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy, University of Limerick
Embedding research into clinical practice, a health professions perspective
Professor Paul Finucane, Chief Academic Officer to the UL Hospitals Group
Landscape for clinical research and interface within the new Hospital Groups
How do we make a career in research more attractive to our best and brightest?
Panel discussion part 1, chaired by Dr Sara Burke, TCD
How do we make a career in research more attractive to our best and brightest?
Panel discussion part 2, chaired by Dr Sara Burke, TCD

Below you will find the presentations delivered at our recent IHRF Forum on the theme: If research is such a GOOD THING,why do we make it so HARD for researchers?

 

Our Keynote Address at our recent IHRF Forum on November 3rd, 2015 was Dr Janet Metcalfe, Chair & Head of Vitae. She presented on 'Career challenges facing researchers'

 

Dr Metcalfe has kindly allowed us to share her presentation with you, to read the document please click on it.

Dr. Susan Coote, Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy, University of Limerick, presented 'Embedding research into clinical practice, a health professions perspective' at the recent IHRF Forum on Tuesday, November 3rd.

 

Dr Coote has kindly allowed us to share her presentation with you, to read the document please click on it.

Professor Paul Finucane, Chief Academic Officer to the UL Hospitals Group, presented 'Landscape for clinical research and interface within the new Hospital Groups' at the recent IHRF Forum on Tuesday, November 3rd.

 

Professor Finucane has kindly allowed us to share his presentation with you, to read the document please click on it.

'If research is such a GOOD THING, why do we make it so HARD for researchers.'


We developed a briefing paper for the attendees of the Irish Health Research Forum on November 3rd, 2015. We hope that it gives you some background on the theme “If research is such a GOOD THING, why do we make it so HARD for researchers?”.To read the document click on it.

 

 

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