Dr. Suzanne O’Rourke is the founder and managing director of Triskele Consulting Limited, which provides design & development, quality systems/compliance and regulatory support to predominantly start-up medical device companies.
Dr Craddock is the inaugural Chief Officer of the Centre for Excellence in Universal Design, a statutory body established by the Irish Government in 2007. It is part of the National Disability Authority which is the lead state agency on disability in Ireland.
In his role as Regional Director at Cynerio, James is leading efforts which combat cyber-attacks on UKI Healthcare Organisations. With experience in compliance, ransomware prevention and IoT security, James and his broader Cynerio team routinely prevent attacks that threaten patients and the medical technology they rely on.
University Hospital Kerry has had many transitions over the last number of years since it opened in 1984, and is now a Level 3 Acute teaching Hospital, providing comprehensive medical and surgical services for adults and children and maternity services to women in the surrounding catchment area.
Having worked as an editor and journalist for nearly 20 years in the health, medical, science and wellbeing B2B and B2C space – including Modern Medicine, GP Ireland, Hospital Doctor of Ireland, Healthy IrelandMagazine and the Spectrum Journal – Shauna Rahman took up the role of Associate Director in Equity, Diversity & Inclusion at Grant Thornton Ireland in 2022.
Kate Byrne is a 22-year-old full-time student currently studying a BSc in Physics and Medical Physics with Bioengineering at TU Dublin. Kate is commencing her final year in September 2023. Kate has completed the studies of her poster while undergoing a work placement programme in the Clinical Engineering department of Tallaght University Hospital between January and July of 2023.
As a Clinical Engineer with over 30 years’ experience, John has seen a lot of patients come through the hospital doors and be diagnosed and treated with various medical devices. The clinical team work hard to diagnose and treat all patients and use a lot of medical technology to achieve their goal.
In recent years, clinical innovation has been strongly promoted as a pathway to a better health service. The adoption of new technologies, use of data analytics and the redesign of processes have been seen as promising mechanisms to reduce delays, improve patient experience and to increase diagnostic accuracy and therapeutic efficacy.
It was a great privilege to win the inaugural BEAI Early Career Award last year. With the awarded prize, I procured a 3D printer. My primary objective revolved around investigating the applicability of filament-based 3D printing in the domain of neurosurgery, generating patient-specific prints to aid in planning and teaching.
Mairead Dennehy is an Assistant Lecturer in Medical Technology at the Technological University of the Shannon since 2019. Mairead delivers Lectures and labs in a range of subjects on the Medical Technology (L7, L8) degree programmes and the L9 Postgraduate in Advanced Medical Technologies in the Department of Applied Science.
This study aims to investigate and provide an effective strategy for managing overflow situations in hospitals. By examining existing situations, this study aims to provide valuable insights into the challenges associated with hospital overflow and offer evidence-based recommendations for reducing the stress impact on staff workload.