Postgraduate Research Day
Friday 27th April 2018
Old Lecture Theatre, St. Vincent's University Hospital, Dublin 4
*Research presentation submission deadline: Monday 9th April 2018
Please bring this information to the attention of any colleagues to whom it may be of interest.
Online delegate registration deadline: Wed 18th April 2018
The cost for all delegates including presenters to attend this event is €30 (includes tea/coffees & lunch).
*Students who are interested in presenting their work should apply to:
Elaine O Connor, Hon. Secretary, Irish Gerontological Society.
Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
• Dr. Rose Galvin “Troubleshooting for your higher degree”
• Dr. Derek Hayden “Surviving analysis: A clinician’s guide to research”
• Dr. Mary Walsh “Developing and diversifying your skills as a postdoctoral researcher”
Our popular and practical research day is aimed at students who are registered for a postgraduate degree (MD, PhD, MSc) in the field of ageing research. Postgraduate students are welcome from: Nursing, Medicine, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech & Language, Social Work, Sociology, Biology, Psychology, Health Policy, Health Economics, Audiology and any discipline concerned with healthy & active ageing.
We welcome students who:
• would like to present a summary of their work* and/or
• would like to avail themselves of this learning opportunity and/or
• are considering a career in research If you know of any postgraduate students who might be interested in presenting or attending, please share this information with them. We would be grateful if you would disseminate this information widely throughout your learning networks.Please note: the deadline for receipt of student applications to present Friday 30th March. Each accepted presenter will be allocated 15 minutes (12 minutes for presentation, 3 minutes for questions and feedback.
The cost for all delegates including presenters to attend this event is €30 (includes tea/coffees & lunch). Please note that places are limited.
The following buses stop on the Merrion Road at the front of the Hospital:
4 – departs from Harristown, through O’Connell St. to Monkstown Avenue
7/ 7a – departs from Mountjoy Square to Loughlinstown/ Cherrywood
145 - departs from Hueston Station, through the city centre and out to the N11, stopping at RTE which is 10 minutes walk to the Hospital
There are three car parks in St. Vincent’s University Hospital:
24hr multi-storey car park located opposite the main entrance to the hospital
Underground car park close to the Emergency Department
24hr Herbert Wing car park located at the back of the campus