ICHN Annual Conference 23rd May 2018 Limerick Strand Hotel


Advance Care Planning & Advance Healthcare Directives – Deirdre Shanaghar

An Appreciative Enquiry into Community Dementia Care – Kate Irving

An Overview of the National Women and Infants Health Programme – Angela Dunne

Are Irish Head Circumferences “Getting Ahead” of the WHO Standards – Fiona Mc Guire

Concealed Pregnancy & Maternal Infant Attachment – Ripples That Last A Lifetime – Sylvia Murphy Tighe

Developing a new Pathway for falls referrals in CHO7- an MDT Initiative – Margaret Collins

Establishing Infant Massage in PHN practice – Aoife Mc Evoy

Introducing Solihull Parenting Approach into Public Health Nursing – Jane Dare

Launch Social Return on Investment PHN-facilitated breastfeeding groups in Ireland – Sinead Hanafin

Management of Diabetes within Primary care – Anne Marie Cleere

National Clinical and Integrated Care Programmes – David Hanlon

Pressure Ulcer to Zero Collaborative Project – Teresa O Callaghan

Responding to the Problem of Domestic Violence and Abuse ‘It’s complicated – Melissa Corbally

Review of Safeguarding Vulnerable Persons at Risk of Abuse National Policy and Procedures – Siobhan Nunn

Supporting family carers of people with dementia; a public health nurse perspective – Sandra Mc Carthy

Supporting Parents Through Bereavement – Sharon Vard

The Single Assessment Tool (SAT) – Assessing the Health and Social Care Needs of Older People in Ireland – Clare Mc Hugh and Bernie Carroll

Towards a Shared Concept for Community Nursing – Catherine Whitty

The use of the Domestic Violence Risk Identification Matrix (DVRIM) in safeguarding children and young people who live in families where domestic abuse is a concern – Maddie Bell