|Date||Wednesday, April 29th , 2020|
|Time||8:00 am - 8:45 am|
While we can’t meet in person just now, the PMI are acutely aware of the need for regular industry updates, and a little motivation during these very difficult and challenging times.
As a result, we’re launching “Webinar Wednesdays” as part of our Digital Series. For the month of April, we’ll have a webinar each Wednesday covering topics such as the impact of Covid19 in Primary Care, motivating your team while everyone works remotely, innovation happening right now in Irish healthcare and the legal impact of Covid19. There is an opportunity to pose questions to the speakers in the live webinars, which are also recorded so that you can also watch at your leisure.
Next up in the April Webinar Wednesday series is:
Wed 29th April – Anna Marie Curran, Partner – A&L Goodbody & Dr Tanya Mulcahy, National Manager – Health Innovation Hub Ireland
Anna Marie Curran, Partner at A&L Goodbody
Anna-Marie Curran is a partner and Head of the procurement law team at A&L Goodbody. She advises a wide range of clients in the public and private sectors on contentious and non-contentious public procurement matters. She has represented clients in the Irish and Northern Ireland Courts and before the European Court of Justice and the European Commission. She is a lecturer on procurement law at the Law Society of Ireland and the Kings Inns. She has been ranked by the Who’s Who Legal as “one of the 10 most highly regarded individuals globally in procurement law.”
The European Commission has recently appointed Anna-Marie as the Irish expert for the European Assistance for Innovation Procurement (EAFIP) initiative which supports public purchasers in collaborations with the private sector to develop and procure innovative solutions which is particularly relevant in the context of Covid-19.
Dr Tanya Mulcahy, National Manager with Health Innovation Hub Ireland
Tanya is responsible for leading the national operations and strategic development of HIHI, having joined them in December 2013, She’s played a pivotal role in the advancement of HIHI from a pilot at one location to a national entity, now with 4 partner locations across the country. She has a extensive experience in the public and private sector; she has an honours degree in Biochemistry and a PhD in Cancer Genetics from UCC and recently completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Trials.
Tanya has been a member of the Executive Management Board of Eureka Centre for inquiry based Education in Science and Mathematics and a member of the UCC Genovate team. She is the UCC co-ordinator of the BioInnovate programme led by NUIG. She is founder of the Women’s Ideas Network and mentors on the UCC Aurora programme.
Recorded webinars available:
Wed 22nd April – Dr Martin Daly, GP & IMO Negotiator
Martin discussed the impact of Covid19 on general practice outside of Dublin, how GP’s are embracing the technology to stay in touch with their patients and the challenges facing the practices to provide continuing care during lock-down. He also gave a details breakdown on Sláintecare and it’s standing prior to the Covid19 crisis.
Wed 15th April – John Murphy, Leadership Coach & Author
John gave an overview of the challenges of working from home and managing a team remotely. He gave some really practical tips to shift your mindset and stay motivated in these difficult times.
Wed 8th April – Darragh O’Loughlin, Secretary General – IPU
& Dr Maithiú Ó’Tuathail, GP
Darragh and Matt kicked off the April webinar series. Darragh gave an overview of how pharmacists are coping with the increased demands from the public, and the restrictions of operating during this time of Covid19. Matt gave a great discussion around how GP’s are operating, how chronic care is being managed just now and how technology is changing how both doctors and patients interact and how the industry now needs to communicate with GP’s.
Please note: These recorded links are available to series subscribers only.
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