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Knowledge 4 Health Conference 2016

 

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THE ISLAND’S PUBLIC HEALTH FRAMEWORK - MORNING PLENARY

Chair - Dr Elizabeth Mitchell, Chief Executive of the Institute of Public Health in Ireland

Welcome - Professor Kevin Balanda, Director of Research at the Institute of Public Health in Ireland

'Healthy Ireland' in the Republic of Ireland - Kate O’Flaherty, Director of Health and Wellbeing Programme at the Department of Health

'Making Life Better' in Northern Ireland - Dr Eddie Rooney, Chief Executive of the Public Health Agency

Knowledge support needs of national Public Health Frameworks: an international perspective - Dr Alison Hill, Public Health Consultant at Better Value Healthcare Ltd

 

MONITORING HEALTH & WELLBEING ACROSS THE POPULATION - MORNING PARALLEL SESSION 1

Chair - Malachy Bradley, Assistant Director/Senior Planner at Eastern and Midland Regional Assembly

The Outcomes Frameworks in the North and South - Dr Miriam Owens, Public Health Specialist, Health and Wellbeing Programme at Department of Health & Stephanie Tallentire, Deputy Principal, Population Health Directorate, Department of Health Northern Ireland

Developing health information in the HSE - Dr Howard Johnson, Clinical Lead of Health Intelligence, Health Service Executive

The potential of Geographical Information Systems - Dr Jan Rigby, Senior Lecturer/Head of Department of Geography, Maynooth University

Monitoring health inequalities: lessons from northern Ireland Health Inequalities Monitoring System - Caolan Laverty, Deputy Principal Statistician at Northern Ireland Statistics & Research Agency (NISRA)

 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR HEALTH & WELLBEING - MORNING PARALLEL SESSION 2

Chair - Professor Kevin Balanda, Director of Research at the Institute of Public Health in Ireland (Chair)

e-health and what it can do to support public health - Dr Brian O’Mahony, Specialist in Health Informatics/General Practitioner

Operational systems to support data access and data analysis - Siobhán Morgan, HSCNI Business Services Organisation

Administrative data and record linkage: making better use of resources available - Dr Dermot O’Reilly, Senior Clinical Lecturer with the Centre for Public Health at Queen’s University Belfast

Information systems to support child health and wellbeing - Professor Anthony Staines, Chair of Health Systems, School of Nursing and Human Sciences, Dublin City University

 

CROSSING BOUNDARIES FOR BETTER HEALTH - AFTERNOON PARALLEL SESSION 3

Chair - Kate Moloney, Healthy Waterford Coordinator at Waterford City & County Council (Chair)

Introducing other perspectives into the economic and health related research landscape - Tom Healy, Director of the Nevin Economic Research Institute (NERI)

Towards a cross-sectional approach to local health information in Ireland - Dr Marie Casey, Specialist in Public Health Medicine at Department of Public Health, HSE

Consultation data - making it meaningful for policy - Dr Helen McAvoy, Director of Policy at the Institute of Public Health in Ireland

Innovative analytical techniques in health research: a showcase of Structural Equation Models - Trutz Haase, Social and Economic Consultant & Dr Jonathan Pratschke, Research Fellow at the University of Salerno (Italy)

 

KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION FORMULATING POLICY & PRACTICE - AFTERNOON PARALLEL SESSION 4

Chair - Professor Elizabeth Keane, Dean of Faculty of Public Health Medicine at the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland

Models for knowledge mobilisation - Dr Vicky Ward, Associate Professor in Knowledge Mobilisation & NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellow, Leeds Institute of Health Sciences

Health literacy strategies for better health outcomes - Inez Bailey, Director of National Adult Literacy Agency

Open Knowledge Ireland: empowering citizens to make informed choices - Denis Parfenov, Open Knowledge Ambassador/Open Knowledge Ireland, Founder 

Stochastic models for better decision making in Ireland - Professor Kevin Balanda, Director of Research at the Institute of Public Health in Ireland

 

REFLECTIONS ON KNOWLEDGESUPPORT FOR PUBLIC HEALTH - AFTERNOON PLENARY

Chair - Professor Kevin Balanda, Director of Research at the Institute of Public Health in Ireland

Reflections from a Republic of Ireland perspective - Muiris O’Connor, Assistant Secretary at Department of Health

Reflections from a Northern Ireland perspective - Adele Graham, Senior Health Intelligence Manager, Public Health Agency