Presentation on theme: "Open research to inform patient outcomes A Webinar Hosted by BioMed Central Organised by Regional Library & Information Service, HSE."— Presentation transcript:
Open research to inform patient outcomes A Webinar Hosted by BioMed Central Organised by Regional Library & Information Service, HSE
What is Open Access? Open-access (OA) to information is the free, immediate, online access to the results of scholarly research, and the right to use and re-use those results as you need.
OA impact on patient outcomes Evidence Based Practice Clinical Trials Global Health – Developing world Orphan/Rare Diseases
Whats happening? International OPEN ACCESS WEEK October Launch of the National Open Access Statement 23 October Webinar Open research to inform patient outcomes 22 October
To raise awareness about research policy and practice in healthcare in Ireland Enable practitioners engaged in research to highlight benefits both to practice and to patient outcomes To encourage researchers to consider the OA route in favour of conventional publishing to disseminate their research Discuss open access to health research as an enabler of positive patient outcomes Webinar objectives:
Outline: Enda Connolly CEO, Health Research Board key note address Dr Claire Collins, Director of Research at the Irish College of General Practitioners latest trends in research and audit in general practice Iain Hrynaszkiewicz BioMed Central, Publisher (Open Science) open access innovations in clinical research reporting Jane Campion RGN MHSc nurses research findings – missed opportunities Dr Mary Ivers Head of Psychology, All Hallows College cancer survivorship – is research informing service development? Aoife Lawton, Systems Librarian and Gethin White, Clinical Librarian HSE integrated knowledge solutions June Boulger, National Lead Service User Involvement, HSE National Advocacy Unit measuring patient experiences in health services in Ireland