Join us for a Breakfast Briefing on Thursday 24th November 2016 from 7.30am-8.45am at NexusUCD, Belfield Office Park, Clonskeagh, Dublin 4. We look forward to welcoming Katie Murphy, Senior Research and Policy Co-ordinator at Cystic Fibrosis Ireland, who will be presenting on ‘Connected Health Requires Connected Stakeholders – The Patient Perspective’.
Multi-stakeholder engagement is essential to investigate, develop and realise the potential for health innovation. Joined-up thinking between clinical professionals, industry, academia and perhaps most importantly, patients, is essential to make a real impact in the area of Connected Health. Katie Murphy, who lives with Cystic Fibrosis and has also been working with Cystic Fibrosis Ireland for the past 5 years will talk about her personal experience of how Connected Health has played a key role in improving her health status and quality of health care. We will also use this as an opportunity to explore positive examples of patient engagement supporting health innovation and potential ways to incorporate patient engagement in early development of projects and proposals.
ARCH Centre Director, Michael O’Shea, will also present some general updates from the ARCH research programme. Some items of interest from funding opportunities to collaborative projects will also be presented. The session will wrap up with 15 minutes for Q&A and networking.
Refreshments will also be served. We hope to see as many of you there as possible!