📢And that's a wrap on The European Academy of Paediatrics Congress 2022! 🎉A brilliant few days of sharing knowledge! 👏Well Done to everyone involved. ❤️We at INFANT are incredibly proud to be part of such a successful event. 👋Until next time!
📣Check out this open letter by INFANT researcher @marita.hennessy 💡'Time for complete transparency about conflicts of interest in #publichealth nutrition research' 🔎https://hrbopenresearch.s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/manuscripts/13973/a847bf6f-b14a-436d-954f-8f76c642b367_12894_-_marita_hennessy_v2.pdf
📣Check out this paper by INFANT researchers 💡'Early initiation of short-term emollient use for the prevention of atopic dermatitis in high risk infants – the STOP AD randomised controlled trial' 🔎https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/all.15491 #UCCresearch #dermatology
Elizabeth completed her Bachelor of Science in Public health in 2017 from Babcock University and graduated from University College Cork in 2021 with a Master of Public Health (Advanced Epidemiology and Biostatistics). She holds First Class Honours in both degrees. After receiving her degree in 2017, she joined the National Youth Service Corps and was [...]
👨🏼⚕️Check out this baseline assessment conducted by PhD student Dr Cathal O'Connor as part of the SPINDLE study 💡Assessing SleeP IN infants with early-onset atopic Dermatitis by Longitudinal Evaluation 🔎Learn more about the #SPINDLEstudy here: infantcentre.ie/spindle/ University College Cork #dermatology Irish Clinical Academic Training (ICAT) Programme
👏Check out this new paper just out from INFANT Principal Investigators Dr Ali Khashan and Dr Fergus McCarthy 💡'Role of Antihypertensive Treatment and Blood Pressure Control in the Occurrence of Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes: a Population-Based Study of Linked Electronic Health Records' Read publication here #UCCResearch #PregnancyResearch
👏Check out this new paper just out from Dr Andrea Bowe ICAT fellow in INFANT 💡In this paper Andrea examines the potential of Big Data and Machine Learning to help us to identify those children most at risk of learning delay. 🔎 https://rdcu.be/cPi6Q