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NUI Galway, in partnership with the HEA, recently launched the Ideas Academy Halloween camp. The academy is an online Halloween camp for second level students in transition year and senior cycle who want to create ideas that enhance the quality of life, and reimagine how ordinary problems related to Covid-19 can be solved in extraordinary ways.
People interested in discussing patient involvement in health research are invited to attend a seminar on the Challenges and Perspectives of Public and Patient Involvement in Health Economics Research .
A significant number of mothers are unable to accurately identify the overweight/obesity status of their children, according to a recent study by an NUI Galway researcher.
A group of NUI Galway students has developed a website to tackle child obesity among primary school children.
A national survey entitled The Economic Costs for Families Raising a Child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder in Ireland is being undertaken and led by Áine Roddy, an Irish Research Council Health Economics PhD Scholar at NUI, Galway. Her PhD supervisor is Professor Ciaran O’Neill. It will be the first international study to provide an in-depth analysis and evidence-based research on the direct and indirect costs incurred by families due to caring for a child with an ASD.
NUI Galway’s JE Cairnes School of Business and Economics will host the 18th annual Irish Academy of Management Conference 2015 on September 3/4.