Events

Patient-Centred Design – Industry Workshop

December 14th, 2016|

8:00 to 13:00    February 22nd, 2017    Seminar Room, Nexus UCD Block 9/10, Belfield Office Park Clonskeagh, Dublin 4 

Engaging effectively with patients at an early stage is a crucial step in designing solutions that address their needs. However, learning from patient experiences and translating these insights into tangible outcomes can be challenging for industry.  This workshop will encourage you to step into the shoes of patients by equipping you with the most appropriate […]

Webinar: Migrating to a GxP Compliant Cloud Platform – A Real Customer Experience

January 18th, 2017|

10am - 11am EST    February 01st, 2017    Webinar (Hosted by Egenera | Xterity Cloud Services) 

Meeting Description:

ARCH Industry Members Odyssey Validation Consultants are hosting a roundtable-style, interactive webinar with Emmett Nolan, IT manager, Aspen Pharma Trading Limited, as he shares his unique insights into why Aspen chose now to migrate on-premise GxP applications to the Odyssey VC/Egenera GxP Compliant Cloud Platform.

This is an excellent opportunity to hear from, and interact with […]

Beyond Ageism: Designing Inclusive, Fun, and Humane User Interfaces for Older People

January 25th, 2017|

11am-11:50am    January 27th, 2017    E 3.29, Insight Centre, UCD O'Brien Science Centre 

Speaker: Dr Paula Alexandra Silva, Maynooth University

Abstract: Population is ageing. United Nations’ projections forecast that between 2015 and 2030, the number of people in the world aged 60 years or over is projected to grow by 56 per cent, from 901 million to 1.4 billion, and by 2050, the global population of older persons is […]

Joint Colloquium UCD and IBM Research – Ireland The Cognitive IoT Disruption

November 22nd, 2016|

8:45am to 12pm    November 29th, 2016    Moore Auditorium, UCD O'Brien Centre for Science 

The Cognitive Internet of Things (IoT) is an intelligent system that learns at scale, reasons with purpose, and analyses in real time. It predicts, prescribes, and discovers using interconnected physical, social, and enterprise data. The advice provided, assistance given, and actions recommended, will augment human intelligence through human-machine collaborations.
This era of computing will fundamentally alter how […]

ARCH Breakfast Briefing: Connected Health Requires Connected Stakeholders – The Patient Perspective

November 7th, 2016|

07:45am to 8:30am    November 24th, 2016    NexusUCD Block 9/10, Belfield Office Park Beech Hill Road, Clonskeagh, Dublin 4 

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 […]

Priorities for Healthcare in Ireland

July 22nd, 2016|

9:00am - 13:00pm    November 09th, 2016    Central Dublin 

This seminar will provide a timely opportunity to examine the future priorities for healthcare in Ireland following the recent General Election and formation of the Partnership Government, and will assess current pressures facing the health service – including issues relating to waiting lists and rising costs.

The conference follows the recent publication of the Programme for […]

Lunchtime Learnings: Leveraging non-dilutive mechanisms of funding for company growth

October 12th, 2016|

12:30pm - 1:30pm    October 27th, 2016    Seminar Room, NexusUCD, Block 9/10, Belfield Office Park, Clonskeagh, Dublin 4 

Growing a start-up requires funding. This funding typically comes from sales or more likely from external investment. Equity investments typically dilute the promoter’s shareholding. In this short informal lunchtime seminar, Dr Brian Kelly, CEO of ARCH member company NSilico, and also Principal Consultant with Pioneer Scientific Consulting Ltd. (PSC), will examine non-dilutive mechanisms of funding. PSC specialises in providing […]

Scaling Connected Health Solutions – lessons in implementation from improvement science

October 3rd, 2016|

1.00pm – 4.00pm    October 18th, 2016    NovaUCD, Belfield Innovation Park, D4 

Moving from pilot to scale is a key challenge we face as we attempt to enable a more technologically efficient healthcare system. Groups such as the Institute for Health Improvement in the US have a long history of implementing innovation within healthcare and have refined their methods for doing so over several decades. This ARCH […]

The Heart Failure Virtual Clinic – a template for integrated care projects using connected health technologies

September 2nd, 2016|

07:30am to 8:45am    September 30th, 2016    Seminar Room, Nexus UCD Block 9/10, Belfield Office Park Clonskeagh, Dublin 4 

The Heart Failure Virtual Clinic (VC) in St. Vincent’s Hospital was set up with the aim of providing General Practitioners (GP’s) with the necessary supports to maintain and treat heart failure patients in the Primary Care setting. The system provides community clinicians with the knowledge and supports required to manage complex patients in the community. […]

ARCH Breakfast Briefing: Trust in Connected Health Behaviour Change Interventions

July 13th, 2016|

07:30am to 08:45am    July 28th, 2016    NexusUCD Block 9/10, Belfield Office Park Beech Hill Road, Clonskeagh, Dublin 4 

Our next Breakfast Briefing will take place on Thursday 28th July 2016 from 7.30am-8.45am at NexusUCD, Belfield Office Park, Clonskeagh, Dublin 4. Dr Daniel Regan, Postdoctoral Research Fellow on the Change Team at ARCH, will be presenting on ‘Trust in Connected Health Behaviour Change Interventions’.

Behaviour change is complicated. Commensurately, interventions aimed at changing behaviour are […]