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Dr András Költő, Health Promotion Research Centre, NUI Galway

An Ocean in a Drop: Hypnosis in Research, Psychotherapy, Medicine and Health Promotion

11 am, Monday 16th October 2017, Room 225 (First floor) Áras Moyola, NUI Galway


Background

Since the beginning of 2012, the Health Promotion Research Centre (HPRC) has organised various research seminars across a broad range of topic areas. These research seminars are generally held bi-monthly with exception to the summer months.  There is no formal format for the seminars but they are usually one hour in duration and have included presentations followed by discussion.

These seminars provide an opportunity for researchers, PHD students and academics within the department and the School of Health Sciences to:

  • share on-going or completed research with peers in a professional supportive environment
  • gain exposure to the variety of research methods and projects on-going within the discipline and potential external colleagues
  • elicit feedback and discussions on the presented topic areas. 

Previous Presentations

These seminars are open to anyone interested to attend and recent presentations included:

  • Dr Jon Mond, Centre for Rural Health, University of Tasmania, Reducing the individual and community health burden of body dissatisfaction and eating-disordered behaviour:  Is there a place for health promotion?
  • Dr Margaret Hodgins, Health Promotion Research Centre, NUI Galway Preliminary findings from the Irish workplace behaviour study
  • Dr Clare Carroll, Speech and Language Therapy, NUIG, Factors Affecting the Synergistic Interdependent Relationships in Early Intervention
  • Dr Catherine-Anne Field, Health Promotion Research Centre, NUI Galway, Improving patient care through staff care:  Schwartz Rounds
  • Dr Maura Burke, HRB Clinical Research Facility Galway, NUI Galway, Primary Healthcare Teamwork in Ireland- An appreciation of the Three C’s-, Complexities, Contexts & Candidness
  • Ms Anne Marie Cross, Médecins Sans Frontières, “Pan i wondiway pwanno” - “Good health to you and your village”.