2017 Health Promotion Conference, Promoting Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace, June 15th
Poster Titles

 

 

1

Yvonne Gilsenan,

Health Promotion and Improvement, Health Service Executive

An evidence-based guide promoting workplace physical activity among desk-based employees in the public sector

 

2

Dr. Petra Nilsson,

Health and Society, Kristianstad University

 

A key to success in workplace survey processes

 

3

Lorcan Brennan,

The Men’s Development Network Clg

 

Supporting health and wellbeing in work

 

4

Siobhan Bulfin, Niamh Tuohy, Aisling Purcell and Ann O’Reilly, Occupational  Health  Department, St. Vincent’s University Hospital

 

An evaluation of ‘The Working Backs Programme’ developed for healthcare staff with back pain in St. Vincent’s University Hospital

 

5

Aisling Purcell, Ann O’Reilly, Niamh Tuohy and Siobhan Bulfin, Occupational Health Department, St. Vincent’s University Hospital

 

Audit to assess attitudes of staff to the influenza immunisation and the factors that might encourage or prohibit uptake

 

6

Enda Campbell,

Health Promotion, National Universi- ty of Ireland Galway

 

Sitting time among the Irish population - A concern for workplaces?

 

7

Louise Tully,

Health Promotion Research Centre, National University of Ireland Galway

Weaning to solid infant foods among disadvantaged parents on the island of Ireland: emerging influences on practices

 

8

Grace O’Shea,

National University of Ireland Galway

 

Health literacy in Healthy Cities

 

9

Alexandra Donohoe,

DHSES, Waterford Institute of Technology

‘Men on the Move’ – Establishing a framework for developing effective and sustainable Health Promotion initiatives

 

10

Emily Lynch,

University College Cork

UCC Operation Transformation 2013-2016: Evaluation of a Health Promotion programme

 

11

Adrienne Lynam, Fergal Fox, Sharon Parkinson,

Health Service Executive

A feasibility study into the fitness for purpose of adopting the CDC Worksite Health ScoreCard in the Health Service Executive

 

12

David S. Evans, Louise Cullen, Laura Molloy, Adrienne Lynam, Deirdre Goggin,

Health Service Executive

 

Cherishing our valued assets: Staff health in the Health Service Executive

 

13

Claire Shanahan,

Discipline of Health Promotion, National University of Ireland Galway

 

A process evaluation of the Smarter Travel ‘Marchathon’ Initiative

 

14

Niamh Martin,

Discipline of Health Promotion, National University of Ireland Galway

 

A process evaluation of the Marchathon Initiative

 

15

 

Kathleen Fitzpatrick,

University of Limerick

Seeking redress for workplace bullying: The experiences of a sample of Irish primary school teachers

Posters from the RCSI Future Leaders Programme

 

16

 

Aisling Purcell, John Taylor

The development and authorisation of accredita- tion standards for Occupational Health Services

 

17

 

Yvonne Gilsenan, Geri Quinn

A review of the literature on physical activity and recommendations for the Irish Health Service

 

18

Mary Lyng, Dr. Eileen Canning, Ann Callanan, Barbara Lynch

The introduction of resource planning for EACS

Programmes

 

19

Deborah Moriarty, Maura Cagney, Shellie Kane, Carmel Kelleher, Kathy Nolan, Noel Riordan

 

To test a toolkit for resource planning in OHS

 

20

 

Adrienne Lynam, Fergal Fox, Sharon

Parkinson

The adaptation of the CDC Health Score Card to fit the Irish Health Service and testing of the CDC scorecard in a healthcare facility

 

21

Dr. Mary Mac Mahon, Sibéal Carolan

 

Implementation of a framework for fatigue risk assessment in a healthcare facility

 

22

Nodlaig Carroll, Emer Carroll, Noelle Dalton, Fiona Dardis, Sally Downing

The development of a website within HSE and a communication strategy for WHWU

 

23

Dr. Lynda Sisson, Dr. Zakiah Amir, Sibéal Carolan, Yvette Keating

 

Workforce Planning Approaches in WHWU

 

24

Zakiah Amir, Bernie Delaney, Freda O’Rourke

 

Health Surveillance Policy for Healthcare Workers

 

25

Anna McHugh, Dr. Zakiah Amir, Dr. Lynda Sisson

 

Beating Burnout – Being Kind

Poster Presentation Guidelines for Presenters

Posters should be presented in A0 size, portrait i.e. 841 x 1189 mm (33 X 47 inches).

  • Presentations should be laminated.
  • Each poster presentation will be allocated a self-standing display board. There is no additional room for extra displays or equipment.
  • The display board will be covered in felt and Velcro stickers will be provided for attaching posters. Please do not use any other kind of adhesive.
  • Posters should be hung between 08.00 and 09.00hrs on 15th June. All authors are requested to put up their posters during this time frame.
  • Each poster will be allocated one board. Each board will be clearly marked with the title of the poster to which it is allocated. Presenters should only use the board allocated to their poster.
  • Displaying and removing posters is the responsibility of the presenter(s) i.e. at the commencement and end of the conference.
  • As part of the Poster Presentation you will need to be available during break times to share information and answer queries. Please see conference schedule, which will be available shortly on this website.

Poster presentations will take place in MY129 throughout the day. There is a poster competition, sponsored by the AHPI for which voting takes place during the morning coffee break.