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  • Reducing Sedentary Behaviour in the Workplace: A Theory-led Multicomponent Intervention 

    Nicolson, Gail (Trinity College Dublin. School of Medicine. Discipline of Public Health & Primary Care, 2021)
    There is strong evidence demonstrating that there is a relationship between greater time spent in sedentary behaviour (SB) and greater all-cause mortality, cardiovascular disease mortality and incidence, type 2 diabetes ...
  • Clinical and Cost-effectiveness of a Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Programme to prevent HIV 

    O Murchu, Eamon (Trinity College Dublin. School of Medicine. Discipline of Public Health & Primary Care, 2021)
    Introduction There has been an increase in HIV notifications in recent years in Ireland. PrEP is a form of HIV prevention whereby oral antiretrovirals are taken by HIV-negative individuals to prevent infection. The aim ...
  • Patient and family participation in healthcare design and delivery in a psychiatry and a type 2 diabetes service 

    WHISTON, LUCY ANN (Trinity College Dublin. School of Medicine. Discipline of Public Health & Primary Care, 2019)
    Background: There is no consensus on the best way to include patients and family in healthcare design and delivery. This PhD aimed to develop, implement and test the feasibility of an intervention to encourage patient and ...
  • Incorporating oral health collaborative practice into primary medical care in Ireland 

    AHERN, JOHN MARTIN (Trinity College Dublin. School of Medicine. Discipline of Public Health & Primary Care, 2019)
    Aim: The aim of this study was to explore the opportunities for, and the barriers to, the integration of oral health into primary health care in Ireland, and to propose recommendations to support the development of sustainable ...
  • An evaluation of pain management post surgery 

    Mac Lellan, Kathleen (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Community Health and General Practice, 2001)
    Patients continue to suffer m oderate pain post surgery, much of which may be unnecessary with careful strategic pain management. The influence of routine and rituals in the management of pain is evident from the literature. ...

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