ISCP Organised Event
|Event Type||ISCP Organised|
|Presenter Details||Dr Helen French
Prof Frances Horgan
Grainne Sheill & Sarah Moore
|Date||25 Nov 2020 19:30 -|
This webinar will focus on three key areas:
- Top tips when considering starting a resercah project in clinical practice- Dr. Helen French
- Interpreting systematic reviews to guide clinical practice-Prof. Frances Horgan
- Bridging the gap between resercah and practice- Sarah Moore/Grainne Sheill
Prof. Frances Horgan
Frances Horgan is an Associate Professor of Physiotherapy at the School of Physiotherapy, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. She teaches on the BSc Physiotherapy and taught masters in Neurology and Gerontology programmes. She was Vice Dean for Inter-professional Education at RCSI (2014-2018). Her research interests are care of the elderly and stroke rehabilitation with publications and grant funding in these areas. She has supervised MSc and PhD postgraduate students, who have registered both part and full time. Her research collaborations and projects have a clinical and patient-focus, in hospital and community care settings.
Sarah is a clinical specialist working in the area of prehabilitation since the service launched in July 2019. She previously worked as a senior respiratory physiotherapist in ICU and on an upper GI surgical ward, where her interest in exercise and cancer developed. Sarah has completed a post graduate certificate in Clinical Exercise with Trinity College, Dublin, and is currently in her final year of her MSc with Ulster University.
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