Open Access can help deliver a Healthy Ireland – 20 October 2014, 10.00 – 1.00pm, Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin 2
Open Access (OA) is the immediate, freely available, online access to research outputs. These outputs include peer-reviewed journal articles, conference papers and datasets of various types. The restrictions to use, commonly imposed by publisher copyright, patents or other mechanisms of control do not apply. IPH, in collaboration with the HSE Regional Library & Information Service, invite you to the fourth in a series of Open Access seminars organised as part of Annual International Open Access Week, 20- 26 October 2014: How Open Access initiatives can help deliver the 'Healthy Ireland' Programme.
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The Childrens Research Network of Ireland and Northern Ireland annual conference – 10 December 2014, Dublin
The theme of the Conference is 'Caring for our Children: Lessons learnt – informing future policy and practice'. The aims of the Conference are to promote high quality research, policy, and practice on children and young people’s issues and to provide opportunities for networking for all sectors working in this area. The conference agenda and speakers will be announced shortly.
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All Ireland Cancer Consortium 2015 – 10-13 May 2015, Riddel Hall, Queen’s University Belfast
This multidisciplinary conference will bring together the cancer research and care communities on the island of Ireland with those from the UK, Europe and US including keynote speakers from the National Cancer Institute, USA. The conference will cover the main work streams of the AICC and will encompass a patient / charities forum as well as simultaneous sessions on quantitative biology, cancer health economics and policy and planning. The themes and topics of AICC 2015 should make the conference attractive to everybody involved across the spectrum of cancer disciplines.
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