Dr Liam MacGabhann, Head of the school of Nursing and human sciences and associate professor of Mental Health Practice at DCU joins Karl Fenlon to talk all about Psychosis.
DCU Dr Trudy Corrigan joins Donie to discuss Sceal and Ubuntu event represents story and community in partnership with Dublin City Council. The project is aimed to bring together older people from the wider community to share their stories and experiences with…
Deputy President of DCU, Prof. Daire Keogh speaks with Johnny Holmes about this year’s DCU Arts & Cultural Festival, the line-up and about the idea of creating a Cultural Quarter
Lifeline 04 – 03 – 2019 Dr. Angela Mazzone, a Post Doctoral researcher from the National – Anti Bullying Research and Resource Centre (ABC), DCU.
Lakshmy is joined by Dr. Angela Mazzone, a Post Doctoral researcher from the National – Anti Bullying Research and Resource Centre (ABC), DCU. Dr. Mazzone is involved in a large scale national study on work place bullying funded by HSE.
Lakshmy is joined by Tanya Zubrzycki, Higher Education Research Centre, DCU, co author of ” Living Longer, Learning Longer and Working Longer” on the implications for new work force dynamics.
Lakshmy and George Mulcahy are joined by Dr Gary Sinclair, Programme Chair in Business Studies in DCU specializing in consumer behavior where they’ll discuss the impact of music on everyday life.
DCU welcomes Facebook’s increased investment into anti-bullying. Liam Challenor of DCU’s National Anti-Bullying Research and Resource Centre talks to Noel McGuinness about Facebook’s increased Initiatives into Anti-Bullying. For further information see : Home
Dr Konstantinos Grintzalis of DCU, School of Biotechnology joins John to discuss Aquatic Pollution and also Dr. Colm Browning of DCU, School of Electronic Engineering also joins John to discuss Optical Technologies.
On this edition of Lifeline: Michael Sullivan talks with Louise Hancock , DCU final year history student, about Brid Connelly and Cumann Na Mban. Broadcast: 06/12/2018
John Kelly, Coordinator of Recovery College at Dublin City University will be talking with Lakshmy about an innovative mental heath project in the local community .
George Mulcahy is joined on Lifeline by SarahJane Belton, Lecturer in Physical Education at DCU where they discuss an initiative between DCU and Irish Heart Foundation to get 200,000 Irish teens on the move to help promote their physical health.
Prof. James O’Higgins Norman (Director of National Anti-Bullying Research & Resource Centre) speaks with Johnny Holmes about Award of the UNESCO Chair to DCU & the newly funded Project “BREATH” in relation to Bullying Experiences among Roma Children