‘Exploring the potential for inequalities in family caregivers’ by Susan M. Carr, presented at the 14th International Family Nursing Conference (August 2019), Washington D.C., United States of America.
‘From small beginnings to research impact: How charity-funded projects can benefit patients and society, and pave the way for longer and larger grants’ by Veronica Swallow, presented at the UK Kidney Week (UKKW) 2019 Conference (June 2019), Brighton, England, United Kingdom.
Child and family self-management
‘Future-proofing self-management support for children growing up with long-term conditions: Development and evaluation of digital resources’ by Veronica Swallow, presented at the 10th Anniversary Cork University Hospital Child and Family Nursing Conference (April 2018), Cork, Ireland.
‘Families and professionals: Developing and evaluating digital, home-based care management apps in childhood Chronic Kidney Disease’ by Veronica Swallow, presented at the 46th European Dialysis and Transplant Association/European Renal Care Association (EDTNA/ERCA) International Conference (September 2017), Krakow, Poland.
‘What is family nursing?’ by Marcia Van Riper, presented at the National Roundtable Debate on Family-focussed Nursing (January 2020), Sheffield, England, United Kingdom.
‘Identifying nurses’ attitudes towards the importance of families across the life-course in the UK and Ireland using the FINC-NA questionnaire’ by Veronica Swallow, presented at the 14th International Family Nursing Conference (August 2019), Washington D.C., United States of America.
Parents, carers and definitions of family
‘Defining ‘family’ when a child is acutely ill at home’ by Sarah Neill, presented at the 12th International Family Nursing Conference (August 2015), Odense, Denmark.
‘Social influences on parents health service use when their child is sick: barriers to timely treatment?’ by Sarah Neill, presented at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Annual Conference (April 2015), Birmingham, England, United Kingdom.