Category: Courses

Launch and Symposium Invitation Public and Patient Involvement1 (PPI) in Research

Launch and Symposium Invitation Public and Patient Involvement1 (PPI) in Research1Research carried out ‘with’ or ‘by’ members of the public rather than ‘to’, ‘about’ or ‘for’ them (www.invo.org.uk). Thursday 26th April, 2018, 10:00-12:00pm

Invitation- DCU PPI Ignite Project Launch

At this symposium the Health Research Board (HRB) funded PPI Ignite project at DCU will be launched. This DCU project aims to support and promote capacity building at an organisational level for high quality PPI in health and social care research. This overall project and initial symposium is important for health and social care researchers to engage with, as the HRB, alongside many international funding bodies, move towards the active involvement of public and patients as peer reviewers and the inclusion of PPI as a critical evaluation criterion for the successful funding of health and social care research in the future.

Peer Educator Roles with Dublin North, North East Recovery College

Two new roles in the Dublin North, North East Recovery College, one based in the Meath area and the other in North Dublin.

Post Title: Peer Educator (Meath Area)-The Recovery College-Healthy Living Centre

Closing Date: 18th April 2018

Post duration: 11 Month Part Time Fixed Term Contract

Job Reference: #835

 

Post Title: Peer Educator (North Dublin Area)-The Recovery College  -Healthy Living Centre

Closing Date:  18th April 2018

Post duration:   11 Month Part Time Fixed Term Contract

Job Reference: #845

 

Application procedure

Applications should include a CV and covering letter and be submitted with the application form as outlined below.

Application forms are available from the DCU Current Vacancies (External Competitions) website at https://www.dcu.ie/hr/vacancies/current.shtml

and also from the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9. Tel: 353 (0) 1 7005149.

Please clearly state the role that you are applying for in your application and email subject line along with the relevant reference number as per the above

Applications should be submitted by email to hr.applications@dcu.ie or by Fax: +353 (0)1 7005500, or by post to the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9.

Dublin City University is an equal opportunities employer

Informal enquiries should be directed to John Kelly-Recovery College Co-Ordinator john.w.kelly@dcu.ie Tel: 01 700 8887

 

Certificate in Peer Support Working now open to Family Peer Support Workers

This is not a Dublin North, North Recovery College for more details please contact Martha Griffin, details below.

This programme is for people who currently work in a peer support or family peer support worker role in the area of mental health (paid or voluntary) or will be in a role when the course commences in September 2018. The course will help develop your knowledge and skills in order to grow your practice as a peer support worker in mental health inpatient or community setting.

The Certificate consists of three modules delivered on a part-time basis over two semesters. The course involves attendance in two-day blocks every two weeks during the semester (16 in total) and ten days on-line work.

For more information on the programme please click here.  

If you are interested in applying for the course please contact Martha Griffin – martha.griffin@dcu.ie or 01 7007861

Invitation to Anam April 11 – 12, 2018 in DCU

Anam is ​an exciting, two-day celebration of music, poetry, drama, film and workshops hosted at DCU and showcasing North Dublin culture and creativity.   Curated and produced by South Wind Blows (the team behind Other Voices), Anam will bring together talented students and staff from DCU and leading Irish artists, musicians and writers from the North Dublin region.  Anam marks the first steps in DCU’s plans to play a central role in developing a North Dublin Cultural Quarter.

Anam will offer a programme of 13 events on DCU Glasnevin Campus, DCU St Patrick’s Campus and DCU All Hallows Campus.

Wednesday 11 April

  • RTE Brainstorm: Technology as Human Connection Reserve Your Seat
  • Campus Songs and Beats: Student Showcase – No Registration Required
  • Jazz and Contemporary Music Lunchtime Series – No Registration Required
  • Discovery Gospel Workshop: The Voice as Instrument Reserve Your Seat
  • Diffusion Lab Masterclass: Do It Yourself Reserve Your Seat
  • Other Voices presents: Anam at The Helix (concert featuring DCU students and staff, Laetare Vocal Ensemble, Wyvern Lingo, Soulé and more) Reserve your Seat

Thursday 12 April

Anam is open to all members of the local and university community.  Tickets for ‘Other Voices presents: Anam at The Helix’, in the Mahony Hall, The Helix, are available (price €10) for purchase through the Helix Box Office (thehelix.ie/What-s-On/All-Events/DCU-ANAM-Concert). Admission for all other events is free although registration (via Eventbrite) for most events is required. The full programme will be available on the Anam website (dcu/anam.ie) from Wednesday 28th.

Please direct any queries to anam@dcu.ie.

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