Student Session 7: Working through the challenge


Let’s work through the challenges:

Registrations keep coming in and the Irish Postgraduate Research Conference (IPRC) is proud to have its seventh student session confirmed. This session will host student speakers from various universities, who will focus on the different aspects of how to work through the challenges of illness and/or disability.

The individual topics to be presented are:

  1. The Experience of Self-Management in Children and Young People with Epilepsy: A Systematic Review and Meta-Synthesis – Orla Mooney (Dublin City University)
  2. The impact of assistive technology use for those with disabilities in higher education: a systematic review – Aoife McNicholl (Dublin City University)
  3. Hearing families learning Irish Sign Language to communicate with their deaf child: A Grounded Theory investigation – Caitríona O’Brien (Trinity College Dublin)
  4. A nutrient cocktail to counteract skeletal muscle mitochondrial respiratory adaptations induced by prolonged bed rest – John Noone (Dublin City University)
  5. How do Siblings of Autistic Children Experience the Parent Child Relationship? – Paula Harrison (Trinity College Dublin)

Each speaker will give a10-minute presentation after which the audience will get time to ask questions. Everybody is welcome to drop by and listen to the speakers.

When: Friday 9 November 16:30-17:45

Where: Student Hub at DCU Glasnevin, Dublin 9.

See you there!