Abstracts of eHealth

Roberta Rowntree &  Larkin Feeney 

Smartphone and video game use and perceived effects in a community mental health service

17/04/2019


Robert Pearse Piggott,  John Charles Kelly &  Ruairi Farrell MacNiocaill 

Satisfaction of the Irish Trauma and Orthopaedic training programme with the Intercollegiate Surgical Curriculum Programme

21/01/2019


Multiple authors

Proceedings of the RAMI Section of Healthcare Informatics Students Meeting, Wednesday 20th May 2015, Setanta House, Dublin

28/08/2015


Niall Byrne, Jacqueline Turner, Rita Marron, Deborah M. Lambert, Daniel N. Murphy, Grace O’Sullivan, Maureen Mason, Frank Broderick, Mary C. Burke, Sheila Casey, Marguerite Doyle, David Gibney, Fergus Mason, David Molony, Deirdre Ormond, Colm O’ Sé, Conor O’Shea, Eileen P. Treacy

The role of primary care in management of rare diseases in Ireland

Open Access


Peter E. Lonergan, Jamie Logan, Sean Diver, Colette Nugent, Ita Hegarty, Oliver Plunkett, Kenneth Mealy, John M. Hyland, Deborah A. McNamara, Eamonn Rogers

Does clinical validation and the implementation of new models of outpatient service delivery have the potential to reduce waiting lists? A pilot study in Letterkenny University Hospital


Rachel Wallace, Elaine Greene

Survey of NCHDs in Ireland to assess their views and opinions in relation to participation in health research and the impact of new Irish data protection regulations


Jody SA. Khan, Nathan P. Papa, Niall F. Davis, Paula F. Wrafter, John C. Kelly, Catherine M. Dowling, Frank T. D’Arcy

Is Movember synonymous with moustaches or men’s health? An examination of internet search activity for prostate and testicular cancer during the campaign


Sathian Dananjayan, Gerard Marshall Raj

5G in healthcare: how fast will be the transformation?

Abstract: The 5G technology, with its low latency, high speed, enhanced high-resolution bandwidth, superior reliability, and less energy consumption, is bound to transform telemedicine and the healthcare industry as a whole. This next-generation wireless networking technology has many far-reaching implications in both preventive and therapeutic care of the patients. Remote monitoring of patients is possible […]


Brian Turner

The implications of Brexit for the Irish health system

While COVID-19 has rightly been the focus of attention in recent times, the previous issue of concern in Ireland—Brexit—has not gone away. Although the UK signed up to a transitional arrangement, if a trade deal is not concluded by the end of 2020, then it will essentially mean a hard Brexit by another name. This […]