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  • Reported effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on people with intellectual disability and their carers: a scoping review in the Annals of Medicine
  • Trinity 6th International Spirituality in Healthcare Conference The Spiritual Imperative in Healthcare: Securing Foundations. Spirituality and spiritual awareness central to good healthcare practice
  • ANNOUNCEMENT - Trinity 6th International Spirituality in Healthcare Conference  The Spiritual Imperative in Healthcare: Securing Foundations Thursday 17 June 2021 This virtual event includes three live keynote presentations and a panel discussion.
  • Delighted to announce the publication of Intellectual Disability Nursing: An Oral History Project, co-authored by members of the Intellectual Disability Nursing Team (Adjunct Professor Dr Colin Griffiths, Assistant Professors Paul Keenan, Dr. Sandra Fleming, Dr. Carmel Doyle and Michelle Cleary, Muiriosa Foundation) and their UK nursing colleagues published by Emerald Publishing Limited (ISBN 9781839821554).
  • On International Nurses Day 2021 IUA Heads of Nursing and Midwifery call for investment and support in nursing and midwifery education. Read more:
  • The Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has announced The Final Evaluation Report on the Impact of Implementing the Draft Policy on expanding Graduate, Specialist and Advanced Nursing Practice has been published by the Department of Health.
  • Congratulations to the Nursing & Midwifery students who were awarded Foundation Scholarship 2021
  • Applicants sought for a fully-funded, four-year Provosts PhD Project Doctoral Studentship
  • ANNOUNCEMENT 2020 - 2030 Trinity College Dublin School of Nursing and Midwifery PhD Scholarship programme - A decade of building capacity in Nursing and Midwifery Research
  • Congratulations to Chloe Mant who has received a prestigious George Moore scholarship
  • Health Research Board expands opportunity for the public, patients and carers to be involved in health research