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Non Peer Reviewed Publications and Other Research Outputs. Total: 26
Type Reference Year Status
Meetings /Conferences Organised Edna Roche, Russell Viner and OSCA, Progressing Paediatrics Workshop “ Managing Childhood Obesity”, 24th October 2014, In: Progressing Paediatrics Workshop “ Managing Childhood Obesity”, Royal College Of Paediatrics and Child Health, London PUBLISHED
Meetings /Conferences Organised Edna Roche, Festschrift Clinical Challenges in Paediatrics and Child Health and Opportunities for the Future , 17th September 2010, In:Clinical Challenges in Paediatrics and Child Health and Opportunities for the Future , Tallaght Hospital Dublin PUBLISHED
Invited Talk Elaine O'Mullane, Demystifying Research, Ethics & Language of Research, Centre for Learning and Development Academic Writing Week, Tallaght Hospital, D24 , 15 Jan, 2018, Christina Lydon 2018 PRESENTED
Invited Talk Elaine O'Mullane, Data Collection Tools, Centre for Learning and Development Academic Writing Week, Tallaght Hospital, D24, 16 January, 2018, Christina Lydon 2018 PRESENTED
Invited Talk Edna F Roche ("Senior"), “Medical Management of Down Syndrome Health Surveillance Guidelines” , Annual Meeting of the Faculty of Paediatrics, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, , Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, Kildare Street, May 12th 2017, 2017, Faculty of Paediatrics, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, 2017 PUBLISHED
Invited Talk Edna F Roche ("Senior"), “Optimising Care in Down Syndrome”, Royal College of Physicians (RCPI) Masterclass Broadening Horizons in Down Syndrome, Royal College of Physicians Of Ireland (RCPI), Kildare St, 1st February , 2017, Royal College of Physicians (RCPI) 2017 PUBLISHED
Invited Talk Elaine O'Mullane, Corine Jansen, Helen Meldrum, The Role of Listening in Delivering and Receiving Bad News, 4th Medical Year Professionalism and Scientific Module , Trinity Campus, Tallaght Hospital, 14-12, 2017, Assistant Professor, Dr Judith Meehan 2017 PRESENTED
Miscellaneous Montasser Nadeem, Breathe easy, Irish Independent , Feb, 2017, - 2017 PUBLISHED
Invited Talk Edna F Roche ("Senior"), “Who’s Feeding the Kids Online? Digital Food Marketing and Children in Ireland – the Doctor’s Perspective” , “Who’s Feeding the Kids Online? Digital Food Marketing and Children in Ireland - Irish Heart Foundation Seminar, he Lighthouse Cinema, Dublin, 15th June, 2016, Irish Heart Foundation 2016 PUBLISHED
Invited Talk Edna F Roche ("Senior"), “The Irish Childhood Diabetes National Register (ICDNR) –the Current Picture of Type 1 Diabetes in children and Adolescents in Ireland” , Inaugural Meeting of the Irish Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes Group, Athlone, 27th-28th May , 2016 2016 PUBLISHED
Invited Talk Edna Roche, “PROMISE -Implications for clinical pathways in primary and secondary care” Respondant, Findings from the PROMISE programme and next steps for treatments of obesity in children and young peoplePaediatric Research in Obesity Multi-modal Intervention and Service Evaluation Programme (PROMISE) , University College London, Institute of Child Health London, 10th June, 2015 2015 PUBLISHED
Invited Talk Edna Roche ("Senior"), Meet the Expert- Challenges in the Management of Extreme Obesity, ESPE 53rd Annual Meeting , Convention Centre Dublin, 18 September 2014, 2014, European society for Paediatric Endocrinology 2014 PRESENTED
Invited Talk Roche, Meet the Expert- Challenges in the Management of Extreme Obesity (2), ESPE 53rd Annual Meeting , Convention Centre Dublin, 20 September 2014, 2014, European society for Paediatric Endocrinology 2014 PRESENTED
Invited Talk Edna F Roche (, “Extreme obesity in childhood” , Faculty of Paediatrics Autumn Conference, Royal College of Physicians Of Ireland (RCPI), Kildare St, Friday October 10th , 2014 2014 PUBLISHED
Invited Talk Edna F Roche ("Senior"), “Assessment of Obese children and obesity co-morbidities using the OSCA guidelines”, Progressing Obesity Management: Training Course in Management of Obesity , Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH), London, 24th October, 2014, Edna Roche and Russell Viner 2014 PUBLISHED
Invited Talk Elaine O'Mullane, Listening Engagement for Children’s Nurses: Peeling away the Barriers, 19th Annual Novo Nordisk Endocrine Nurse Workshop, Heathrow, London, 12-13 June , 2014, Novo Nordisk 2014 PRESENTED
Meetings /Conferences Organised Edna Roche , 28th ESPE Summer School, 15-17 September 2014, In:28th ESPE Summer School, 2014, Barretstown Castle, Co Kildare 2014 PRESENTED
Meetings /Conferences Organised Edna Roche and Hilary Hoey, ESPE 53rd Annual Meeting , 18-20 September 2014, In: 53rd Annual Meeting of the European Society of Paediatric Endocrinology (ESPE), 2014, Convention Centre Dublin 2014 PUBLISHED
Protocol or guideline Montasser Nadeem, Basil Elnazir, 'Asthma: An update in children under five', 2013, - 2013 PUBLISHED
Protocol or guideline Montasser Nadeem, Peter Greally, 'Croup – handle it with care', 2012, - 2012 PUBLISHED
Miscellaneous Nadeem Montasser, Roche Edna, Treatment and surveillance of Turner syndrome in children, teens and adults , 2012, - 2012 PUBLISHED
Miscellaneous Nadeem Montaser, Colhoun Eric, Elnazir Basil, Mediastinal foregut malformation in a child with recurring cough , 2012, - 2012 PUBLISHED
Miscellaneous Nadeem Montasser, Greally Peter, Severe asthma in childhood , 2011, - 2011 PUBLISHED
Miscellaneous Nadeem Montasser, Hope Ben, Hussey Seamus, Bourke Billy, Treating Crohn's in children , 2011, - 2011 PUBLISHED
Report Murphy JP, Philip M, Roche EF, Hoey HMCV, comprehensive Surveillance study of children and adolescents with down Syndrome, Birth to 16 years in the Eastern Regional Health Authority, 2003 2003 PUBLISHED
Report Roche EF ("Senior"), changing structures and practices in the Irish health service, Department of Health and Chidlren, Dublin, Forum on Medical manpower, 1999 1999 PUBLISHED
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