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Bullying and work-related stress in the Irish workplace
Work-related stress is increasing in prevalence, with important consequences for employees, employers, the economy, and wider society. While previous research has identified a link between work-related stress and bullying, ...
Evaluation of a companion robot for individuals with dementia: Quantitative findings of the MARIO Project in an Irish residential care setting
The current study focuses on the short-term effect of MARIO, a social robot, on quality of life, depression, and perceived social support in persons with dementia (PWD) and evaluates their acceptability of MARIO. Ten PWD ...
Estimating the health-care costs of wound care in Ireland
(Mark Allen Healthcare, 2019-06-05)
Objective: To estimate the cost of wound care to the Irish health-care system.Methods: A bottom-up, prevalence-based analysis was undertaken using a decision analytic model to estimate costs. Health-care resource activity ...
A mixed-methods exploration of the educational climate and safety climate during the first year of clinical practice in Ireland
(Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2019-11)
Purpose Educational climate (EC) and safety climate (SC) are key determinants of residents’ professional development. The goal of this study was to gather longitudinal EC data and data on perceptions of SC in residency, ...