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Events

Find information on upcoming online events and webinars relevant to staff across the HSE.

Podcasts: Learning Talks Podcast Episode 6

The Learning Talks Podcast is available now on HSeLanD and can be listened to on your PC or on your phone.

To access on your PC:

  1. Login to hseland.ie
  2. Select Hubs & Resources and scroll down to find the 'Discovery Zone'
  3. Type Podcast into the search bar and select the 'Learning Talks' podcast

To access on your Phone:

  1. Login to hseland.ie
  2. Select the Menu Bars on the top right of the screen
  3. Select Hubs & Resources and scroll down to find the 'Discovery Zone'
  4. Type Podcast into the search bar and select the 'Learning Talks' podcast

Episode details

This episode is about building positive workplaces. Our discussion includes what a positive workplace is, the importance of having positive relationships with colleagues and the role of the line manager in fostering these types of relationships in their teams. Keeping kindness in mind when interacting with colleagues and recognising the difference between task and interpersonal conflict, including some techniques to have positive task-related conflict to support performance in work. Workplace incivility, its impact and suggestions as to how it can be addressed are discussed along with what we can all do to promote a positive workplace.

Podcasts: HSE Talking Health and Wellbeing Podcast, Episode 46 – Menopause: Understanding Symptoms & Treatments

Episode details

In episode 46 of the HSE Talking Health and Wellbeing Podcast host Noreen Turley, discusses menopause with Dr. Cliona Murphy, a Gynaecologist and Clinical Director at the HSE National Women & Infants Health Programme, and Dr. Caoimhe Hartley, a General Practitioner and Clinical Lead of the Complex Menopause Clinic at Rotunda Hospital. They tell us about the wide range of menopausal symptoms and discuss the treatment options available, including an examination of the benefits and risks associated with Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). They emphasise the importance of seeking medical guidance early, particularly if a woman's quality of life is being impacted, and explain that early intervention, education, and open discussion about the menopause, can relieve anxiety and empower women to seek assistance ultimately promoting women's overall health and wellbeing.

Please share and to find out more about our podcasts series or the work of HSE Health and Wellbeing email: Healthandwellbeing.communications@hse.ie

Podcasts: Walk and Talk Improvement, Episode 8 - Bearing witness: through life and death

Latest episode of the All Ireland podcast series Walk and Talk Improvement: Ideas for Safe Quality Care. Episode 8: Bearing witness: through life and death

Episode details

We explore the impact of patient partnership on the development of the HSE National Clinical Guidelines for Post-Mortem Examination Services. We speak with members of the working group on why patient partners became involved in this important work and their role in helping maintain the patient and family perspective in the Guidelines. Our guests also share what you can do as a leader to create meaningful engagement with patient partners.

Featuring:

  • Professor Linda Mulligan, Chief State Pathologist
  • Mairie Cregan, member of Patients for Patient Safety Ireland

Hosted by: Juanita Guidera, Programme Manager - Staff Engagement for Quality, NQPSD.

Webinar: QPS TalkTime Ep. 19: Creating networks for Patient safety

Register for QPS TalkTime Ep. 19: Creating networks for Patient safety

Date and time

Tuesday 5 March, 1pm to 2pm

Webinar details

What is the session is about?

  • What a Network Weaver is?
  • Hear about Network weaving in supporting integrated care pathways.
  • How to create safe spaces for psychological safety and effective collaboration.
  • Understand the ripple effects of small, but consistent network habits

Speakers:

  • Hilda Cambell MBE, CEO COPE Scotland
  • Dr Maureen Flynn, Director of Nursing & QPS Lead ONMSD
  • Joriam Ramos, Q Community member and Current Catalyst at Enspiral

For more information visit QPS TalkTime

NIPC Series: Women and CVD Matters

Register for NIPC Series: Women and CVD Matters

Date and time

Tuesday 5 March from 7pm to 8.30pm

Webinar details

This free webinar is in support of International Women’s Day.

Topics:

  • Spotlight on Sex-Specific Risk Factors
  • Peri-Menopause, Menopause, HRT, and CVD – Your Top Questions Answered
  • Is Lipid Management Important in Women and if So When, in Whom and How Best?
  • Important Messages for Women in CVD Prevention and Control
  • Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection – What Every Practitioner Should Know

Speakers:

  • Dr Nicola Cochrane – GP & Menopause Specialist, Carrig Clinic and National Maternity Hospital
  • Dr Catherine McGorrian – Consultant Cardiologist, The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital
  • Professor Lis Neubeck – Head of Cardiovascular Health Research, Edinburgh Napier University
  • Shirley Ingram – ANP, Tallaght University Hospital

Contact

info@nipc.ie

International Women’s Day : Virtual Lunch and Chat event

Register for International Women’s Day : Virtual Lunch and Chat event

Date and time

Friday 8 March, 12.45 to 2pm

Webinar details

International Women’s Day Lunch and Chat virtual event aims to shed light on the various aspects of DSGBV, empower attendees with knowledge, and foster open dialogue amongst panellist and participants.

The inspiring Ali Warner will moderate the open discussion amongst panellist and invite attendees to share experiences and encourage discussion

With interventions from:

  • Prof Maeve Eogan (Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (Rotunda Hospital) & National Clinical Lead – Sexual Assault Treatment Units (HSE))
  • Katy Twomey (Principal Social Worker – Cork University Hospital)
  • Kathryn McGrath (Manager – Women’s Health Service & Anti Human Trafficking Team)
  • María Otero Vázquez (LGBTI+ & DSGBV Health Coordinator – National Social Inclusion Office)

Contact

HSE National Social Inclusion Office – HSE NSIO socialinclusion@hse.ie

In person event: Celebrate your Incredible Brain on International Women’s Day

Event location

Annebrook Hotel, Mullingar

Date and time

Friday 8 March, 11am to 1pm

Webinar details

Discover how to look after your brain and reduce your risk of developing dementia.

Speakers:

  • Cathy McHale Registered Advanced Nurse Practitioner in the Institute of Memory & Cognition of Tallaght University Hospital
  • Fiona Foley HSE National Dementia Office Senior Project Manager Dementia: Understand Together and Brain Health.
  • Kim Tully Chief Executive of Engaging Dementia a registered charity providing resources for those who care for people with dementia

Contact

Organised by Soroptimist Mullingar & District - 086 2552720, soroptimistmullingar@gmail.com

Webinar: Clinical Risk Updates, Lifecycle of a Claim and Spotlight on Diagnostic Errors

Register for Clinical Risk Updates, Lifecycle of a Claim and Spotlight on Diagnostic Errors on Tuesday 12 March, 11.30am to 12.30pm

Webinar details

The State Claims Agency (SCA) will deliver the next in their rolling series of clinical risk webinars, focusing on learning from incidents and claims.

This learning event is aimed at State authorities covered by the Clinical Indemnity Scheme and will be relevant to all health and social care professionals.

This webinar will:

  • provide updates on the work of the unit and share clinical risk snapshots
  • examine the lifecycle of a claim and the role of health and social care services in the resolution of a claim
  • share learning from claims relating to diagnostic errors

Contact details

SCAEvents@ntma.ie

Webinar: Every Move Counts – National Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for Ireland

Register for Every Move Counts – National Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for Ireland on Tuesday 12 March, 11.30am to 12.45pm

Webinar details

The HSE and Department of Health have published new National Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour guidelines for Ireland. The new guidelines provide evidence based recommendations for everyone on the amount and types of physical activity to gain health benefits, as well as recommendations for reducing sedentary behaviour.

This will be of interest to professionals and practitioners in health, education, social care, sport & exercise and local authorities.

The webinar will:

  • Share the new guidelines and key messages for public and professionals
  • Discuss the evidence and process for developing the guidelines
  • Explore the role the guidelines play in enabling more people to be more active, more often.

Contact details

Healthyeatingactiveliving@hse.ie

Faculty of Paediatrics Webinar: 'Adolescent Health Matters'

Register for the Faculty of Paediatrics Webinar: 'Adolescent Health Matters' webinar

Date and time

Tuesday 12 March 2024 from 5pm to 6.15pm

Webinar details

Join us for a webinar focused on a critical aspect of health care - Adolescent Health. Our speakers will explore the multifaceted dimensions of adolescent health - discussing the physical, mental, emotional and social components that contribute to their well-being.

This will be followed by a panel discussion with our experts to answer your questions on Adolescent Health.

Contact details

helpdesk@rcpi.ie

Telephone: +353 1 8639721

Webinar: Safety Representative Networking Sessions

Register for Equipment in the Workplace - Health and Safety Requirements on Tuesday 12 March, 10.30am to 11.30am

Register for Prevention of Slip, Trip and Fall Incidents in the Workplace on Thursday 11 April, 10am to 11.30am

Register for Equipment in the Workplace - Health and Safety Requirements on Wednesday 15 May, 2.30pm to 3.30pm

Register for Prevention of Slip, Trip and Fall Incidents in the Workplace on Tuesday 11 June, 2.30pm to 3.30pm

Webinar details

Building on the Safety Representative three-day training programme these sessions will enable engagement with Safety Representatives on the potential hazards in their workplace and provide information on risk reduction measures. The focus of these sessions is on workplace equipment and slips, trips and falls hazards, and the importance of risk assessment. These webinars are for existing HSE Safety Representatives only.

Contact details

Contact the HSE Health and Safety helpdesk on the Health and Safety self-service portal, email NHSFinformationandadvise@hse.ie or phone the Health and Safety Helpdesk on: 1800 420 420 (Monday to Friday 10.30am to 12 noon and 2.00pm to 3.30pm)

SunSmart event for outdoor workers

Register to attend the SunSmart event for Outdoor Workers

Date and time

Wednesday 13 March, 11am to 1pm

Event location

NCCP offices, 3rd floor, King’s Inns House, Parnell St, Dublin 1, DO1 A3Y8

Webinar details

The NCCP is hosting an in person event for outdoor worker organisations and those who work with outdoor workers. The event looks at 'Why integrating UV protection into workplace practice is important'.

This event offers a unique opportunity for outdoor worker organisations and those working with outdoor workers to learn about how to adopt comprehensive approaches to occupational sun protection for employees as it can be an effective way to increase outdoor worker's use of sun protection and in turn reduce skin cancer rates in the outdoor worker industry.

More information at www.hse.ie/sunsmart

Contact details

prevention@cancercontrol.ie

Webinar: HR and Payroll Self Service for Leave, including Carry Forward Leave

Register for the HR & Payroll Self Service for Leave incl. Carry Forward Leave webinar on Wednesday 13 March at 10.30am

Register for the HR & Payroll Self Service for Leave incl. Carry Forward Leave webinar on Wednesday 17 April at 10.30am

Webinar details

This webinar is open to all staff who apply for leave on HR & Payroll Self Service in HSE East, South, South East, Midlands, Mid West or North West.

Contact details

change.nisrp@hse.ie

Men’s Health Week Webinar

Register to attend the Men’s Health Week Webinar

Date and time

Wednesday 20 March 2024 at 11.30 am

Webinar details

Men’s Health Week is becoming more popular year-on-year among staff in the wider HSE family - especially those in Health and Wellbeing. The feedback has been that lots of people are interested in doing something, but would like to get some inspiration and practical ideas from initiatives that have already been tried.

To address this issue we plan to host an online Zoom meeting, specifically for HSE Health & Wellbeing staff - wherein we can share some examples of practice models and discuss the potential for new approaches.

There will be four presentations on different initiatives and what was achieved during Men’s Health Week in the past from different parts of the country - focusing upon a range of types of engagement followed by a fairly informal question-and-answer session with those present.

In collaboration with MHFI and MDN, this meeting has been scheduled for Wednesday 20 March 2024 at 11.30 am.

Contact details

healthandwellbeing.communications@hse.ie

Webinar: Effective Communications on Child Health and Obesity

Register for Effective Communications on Child Health and Obesity on Thursday 21 March, 12pm to 1pm

Webinar details

Using different language when talking about child health and obesity can inspire support for solutions and a belief that we must take action as a society, instead of making people think about individual choice, blame and crisis.

If you are involved in communicating about child health and obesity in Ireland, please join us and find out more about:

  • Evidence-based, practical communications tips and advice to help shift people’s thinking
  • Building understanding, and increasing support for policies and programmes that will help children thrive
  • New communications guide for talking about child health and obesity

Contact details

Healthyeatingactiveliving@hse.ie

Webinar: Enterprise Risk Management - Overview Train the Trainer Webinar sessions 2024

Date and time

Register for Enterprise Risk Management - Overview Train the Trainer on Tuesday 26 March at 1pm

Register for Enterprise Risk Management - Overview Train the Trainer on Tuesday 30 April at 1pm

Register for Enterprise Risk Management - Overview Train the Trainer on Tuesday 28 May at 1pm

Register for Enterprise Risk Management - Overview Train the Trainer on Tuesday 25 June at 1pm

Register for Enterprise Risk Management - Overview Train the Trainer on Tuesday 30 July at 1pm

Webinar details

The objective is to adopt a train the trainer approach so that experienced risk management colleagues can use this resource in their own engagements with their teams and other staff members. These sessions are designed for staff who are in the role of supporting and facilitating risk management across the HSE and who are familiar with the key principles of risk management. Each session will conclude with a dedicated question and answers segment.

Contact details

Email: erm.queries@hse.ie

HSE Spark Summit Innovation Conference 2024

Register for the HSE Spark Summit Innovation Conference 2024

Date and time

Thursday 20 June, 8.30am to 4.30pm

Webinar details

The Spark Summit is a unique health innovation conference catering to healthcare professionals, industry experts, and academics.

This summit is a focal point for exploring the innovations that are reshaping the landscape of healthcare delivery.

Our conference discusses the significant impact of frontline innovation, shedding light on the pivotal roles played by design innovation and technology in the continuous improvement of healthcare practices.

Check out Spark Summit 2023

Early Bird Discounted Tickets available to all HSE Staff.

Contact details

spark@hse.ie