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Lenus, the Irish health repository is Ireland's leading source of health-related research and grey literature. Journal articles, dissertations, HSE publications and the collected output of more than 130 health organisations past and present are all freely accessible.
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Mental Health category: Conor O’Neill, “STRESS-testing clinical activity and outcomes for a combined prison in-reach and court liaison service”.
Quality Improvement category: Mark White, “Healthcare Quality Improvement and ‘work engagement'”.
Primary Care category: Clare Lewis, “A community virtual ward model to support older persons with complex health care and social care needs”.
Acute Hospitals category: Suzanne Dunne, “Benefits of post-operative oral protein supplementation in gastrointestinal surgery patients”.
Health and Wellbeing category: Kevin Cradock, “Behaviour change techniques targeting both diet and physical activity in type 2 diabetes”.
Clinical Strategy and Programmes category: Mary Clare O’Hara, “Formation of a type 1 diabetes young adult patient and public involvement panel to develop a health behaviour change intervention”.
National Cancer Control Programme: Alison Johnston, “Targeting breast cancer outcomes-what about the primary relatives?”
And the overall winner of the 2017 HSE Open Access Research Awards is:
Heartfelt thanks to all who took part in this year's awards, and congratulations to our winners.
- Aspirin In The Prevention Of Pre-Eclampsia: Where Are We Now?
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- Keeping Drugs out of Prisons
- Just Caring: Equality & Access in Healthcare
- Out of Mind Out of Sight: The solitary confinement of mentally ill prisoners
- Cancer Survivorship in General Practice - Barriers Encountered by General Practitioners in Ireland
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