Services & Requests

Irish Forum for Global Health, HSE & Dublin City University: Call for Submissions

The Irish Forum for Global Health, the HSE and Dublin City University are hosting the Global Health Exchange, International Conference on September 12, 2019. We are currently accepting submissions from those working across all areas of health and global health, whether your work is based in Ireland or internationally.

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Nationwide

Expiry date: 

01/07/19

Participants Wanted for Study on Online Mental Health Self-Help Programmes

We are conducting a study to explore how adults with mental health problems use Online Mental Health Self-Help Programmes. Online Mental Health Self-Help Programmes include meditation apps; apps and online programmes for the self-management of depression, anxiety, low mood, panic, stress, eating disorders, etc.; and any other online resources that you may have used for self-help with a mental health problem.

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Nationwide

Expiry date: 

10/08/19

Free Guide ‘7 Video Strategies to Create Trust and Attract Support for your Non-Profit’

Thady Kavanagh provides training to organisations in the non-profit sector to create their own video content using just a mobile phone and also how to use it to build an online audience. This free e-book can help guide you down the road of video creation and get you using one of the most powerful marketing tools available to non-profits.

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Nationwide

Expiry date: 

19/08/19

Breaking the Silence of Sexual Violence: Identifying the Male Specific Barriers to Accessing Sexual Assualt Services

The aim of this research is to understand the barriers to accessing sexual assault services that effect men. Through identifying these barriers, recommendations will be made for these services to make them more accessible. This research is being conducted as part of a PhD.

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Nationwide

Expiry date: 

26/08/19

Call for Participants - Research on Educational Experiences of Children with Disabilities

Inclusion Ireland and the Centre for Critical Media Literacy at TU Dublin are carrying out research on educational experiences. This is a survey for parents of people with disabilities, including intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities such as autism, and those waiting for a diagnosis. It asks questions about school and educational experiences of children, and the impacts on them and their families.

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Nationwide

Expiry date: 

01/09/19