Conference Enhancing Quality of Life in Unrestricted Healthcare Environments

Thursday 11th April 2019

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Tony O'Brien CEO st Luke's Charity & Home, Prof Amanda Phelan UCD, Bishop Paul Colton President St. Luke's Charity & Home ,Nora Owen and Speakers,

Tony O Brien, CEO, St. Luke's Charity Cork, Joan Jefferies, St. Lukes Charity Cork, And Bishop Paul Colton

Event Feedback

"Excellent speakers, very informative talks, most enjoyable." - Registered Nurse

"All speakers & talks were of a very high calibre. Extremely interesting day." - Dietician

Virgina Giglio St Luke’s Nursing Home and Neal Dunnigan The Next Step

St. Luke's Home Staff.

" Overall an enjoyable day. Gained abundance of knowledge and skills" - Registered Nurse

"All speakers very fascinating and interesting points to share. Esp, Shaun O Keeffe" - Registered Nurse


Cork College of Commerce

"Wonderful Individuals. Inspiring Talks." - Registered Nurse

"Really great conference. Great to network" - Director of Care

"All speakers brought a very human element to what could well have been a very clinical conference." - Dementia Trainer

"Tony O Brien was excellent as was Prof. O Keeffe. " - Registered Nurse

"Concise and precise. Good time management." - Registered Nurse

"All were brilliant!" - Registered Nurse

Speakers Presentations

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Understanding Rights & Restrictive Practice: A History of the Present – Prof. Amanda Phelan

Implications of Forthcoming Capacity Legislation for Older People with Dementia – Prof. Shaun O Keeffe

National Frailty Education Programme Framing Frailty: A Step Toward Positive Healthcare Outcomes – Ms. Deirdre Lang

Practical Implications of Recent Legislation in Residential Care Settings – Mr. Peter Groarke

Maintaining a Restraint Free Environment : A Physio’s Perspective – Ms. Fiona Ryan

National Clinical Guideline for the Appropriate Prescribing of Psychotropic Medication for non-cognitive symptoms in People with Dementia – Dr. Suzanne Timmons