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Pre-hospital Care in Ireland – Innovation Needed

G Bury, T Barry,

Ir Med J (Irish medical journal)
[2020, 112(10):1014]

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Formation of CoIV=O intermediate at the Boundary of the “Oxo-wall” Induces Water Oxidation

Roman Ezhov, Alireza Ravari, Gabriel Bury, Paul Smith, Yulia Pushkar,

Abstract Development of economically viable artificial photosynthesis requires use of 3d metal-based catalysts. Water oxidation by [Co 4 O 4 ] n+ cubane mimics water splitting by CaMn 4 O 5 cluster in Nature but the exact mechanism of O-O bond formation is presently unknown. We demonstrate first in situ ... Read more >>

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Sustained pupil responses are modulated by predictability of auditory sequences

Alice Milne, Sijia Zhao, Christina Tampakaki, Gabriela Bury, Maria Chait,

Abstract The brain is highly sensitive to auditory regularities and exploits the predictable order of sounds in many scenarios, from parsing complex auditory scenes to the acquisition of language. To understand the impact of stimulus predictability on perception it is important to determine how the discovery of predictable structure influences ... Read more >>

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Factors influencing general practitioners decisions to refer Paediatric patients to the emergency department: a systematic review and narrative synthesis.

Ciara Conlon, Emma Nicholson, Beatriz Rodríguez-Martin, Roisin O'Donovan, Aoife De Brún, Thérѐse McDonnell, Gerard Bury, Eilish McAuliffe,

BACKGROUND:Clinical guidelines are integral to a general practitioner's decision to refer a paediatric patient to emergency care. The influence of non-clinical factors must also be considered. This review explores the non-clinical factors that may influence general practitioners (GPs) when deciding whether or not to refer a paediatric patient to the ... Read more >>

BMC Fam Pract (BMC family practice)
[2020, 21(1):210]

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COVID-19 community assessment hubs in Ireland-the experience of clinicians.

Gerard Bury, Susan Smith, Maureen Kelly, Colin Bradley, William Howard, Mairead Egan,

BACKGROUND:COVID-19 required rapid innovation in health systems, in the context of an infection which placed healthcare professionals at high risk; general practice has been a key component of that innovative response. In Ireland, GPs were asked to work in a network of community assessment hubs. A focused training programme in ... Read more >>

Ir J Med Sci (Irish journal of medical science)
[2020, :]

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Children's unscheduled primary and emergency care in Ireland: a multimethod approach to understanding decision making, trends, outcomes and parental perspectives (CUPID): project protocol.

Eilish McAuliffe, Moayed Hamza, Thérèse McDonnell, Emma Nicholson, Aoife De Brún, Michael Barrett, Christopher Brunsdon, Gerard Bury, Claire Collins, Conor Deasy, John Fitzsimons, Marie Galligan, Conor Hensey,

INTRODUCTION:The aim of this project is to determine the patterns, decision-making processes and parental preferences associated with unscheduled paediatric healthcare utilisation in Ireland. Unscheduled paediatric healthcare is outpatient care provided within primary care settings by general practitioners (GPs), emergency departments (EDs) located in paediatric and general hospitals, and out-of-hours services ... Read more >>

BMJ Open (BMJ open)
[2020, 10(8):e036729]

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Health inequities in unscheduled healthcare for children with intellectual disabilities in Ireland: a study protocol

Emma Nicholson, Edel Doherty, Suja Somanadhan, Suzanne Guerin, James Schreiber, Gerard Bury, Thilo Kroll, Meredith Raley, Eilish McAuliffe,

Background: Health inequities for children with intellectual disabilities  are prevalent within different health systems, and children with intellectual disabilites  have shorter life expectancies than the general population, higher mortality rates before the age of 17 and have a greater risk of potentially preventable hospitalisations. A health systems approach to research ... Read more >>

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Health inequities in unscheduled healthcare for children with intellectual disabilities in Ireland: a study protocol.

Emma Nicholson, Edel Doherty, Suja Somanadhan, Suzanne Guerin, James Schreiber, Gerard Bury, Thilo Kroll, Meredith Raley, Eilish McAuliffe,

Background: Health inequities for children with intellectual disabilities  are prevalent within different health systems, and children with intellectual disabilites  have shorter life expectancies than the general population, higher mortality rates before the age of 17 and have a greater risk of potentially preventable hospitalisations. A health systems approach to research ... Read more >>

HRB Open Res (HRB open research)
[2020, 3:3]

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Factors that influence family and parental preferences and decision making for unscheduled paediatric healthcare - systematic review.

E Nicholson, T McDonnell, A De Brún, M Barrett, G Bury, C Collins, C Hensey, E McAuliffe,

INTRODUCTION:Health systems offer access to unscheduled care through numerous routes; however, it is typically provided by general practitioners (GPs), by emergency medicine doctors in in emergency departments (EDs) and by GPs in out-of-hours GP services such as practitioner cooperatives. Unscheduled healthcare constitutes a substantial portion of healthcare delivery. A systematic ... Read more >>

BMC Health Serv Res (BMC health services research)
[2020, 20(1):663]

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General practice nursing: the views and experience of practice nurses and GPs in one county.

Gerard Bury, Liam Twomey, Mairead Egan,

BACKGROUND:Slaintecare, the Irish government's plan for the coming decade, relies heavily on integrated, team-based care in the community to achieve its goals. General practice nursing is a key component of that care, both now and in the future, but little is known about the experience and views of those providing ... Read more >>

Ir J Med Sci (Irish journal of medical science)
[2020, :]

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Out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in the young population; a 6-year review of the Irish out-of-hospital cardiac arrest register.

Richard Tanner, Siobhan Masterson, Joseph Galvin, Peter Wright, David Hennelly, Andrew Murphy, Gerard Bury, Cathal O'Donnell, Conor Deasy,

STUDY PURPOSE:Out-of-hospital cardiac arrests (OHCA) in the young population have only been examined in a limited number of regional studies. Hence, we sought to describe OHCA characteristics and predictors of survival to hospital discharge for the young Irish population. STUDY DESIGN:An observational analysis of the national Irish OHCA register for ... Read more >>

Postgrad Med J (Postgraduate medical journal)
[2020, :]

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A survey of general practitioner's opinion on the proposal to introduce 'treat and referral' into the Irish emergency medical service.

Brian Power, Gerard Bury,

BACKGROUND:The introduction of treat and referral by ambulance practitioners is under active consideration in Ireland. The Irish ambulance services have traditionally transported all patients following an emergency (112/999) call to an emergency department. The introduction of treat and referral will present a significant care pathway change. AIMS:To engage GPs in ... Read more >>

Ir J Med Sci (Irish journal of medical science)
[2020, 189(4):1457-1463]

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Irish Defence Forces combat medical technician training: experience of a novel university medical school-based programme.

Sheila Loughman, C Berry, P Hickey, G M Kerr, G Bury,

AIMS:This study explores the opinions and experiences of Irish Defences Forces' (IDF) graduates from University College Dublin's Diploma in Military Medicine Care (DMMC). It aims to identify which aspects of medical education are relevant for the development of military graduates in the role of Combat Medical Technician (CMT) in future. ... Read more >>

BMJ Mil Health (BMJ military health)
[2020, :]

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Medical Students' Knowledge and Attitudes TowardsUniversal Access to Healthcare (UHC) Systems.

T Dennehy, H Tobin, G Bury, W Cullen,

Aim With the introduction of universal access to healthcare central to health policy in Ireland, this study aims to examine the attitudes of medical students to the implementation of such policy. Methods A cross sectional study of final year students on the MB degree programme at UCD School of Medicine ... Read more >>

Ir Med J (Irish medical journal)
[2020, 113(3):39]

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Irish Defence Forces graduate’s opinions and experiences of UCD’s Diploma in Military Medicine

Loughman, Berry, Paul Hickey, Mark Ruddy, Brian Bruno, Bury,

Abstract Aims This study explores the opinions and experiences of Irish Defences Forces graduates from UCD’s Diploma in Military Medicine. It aims to identify which aspects of medical education are relevant for the development of military graduates in future. Methods A validated Clinical Learning Environment Score (CLES) tool was adapted ... Read more >>

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General practitioners' views on malnutrition management and oral nutritional supplementation prescription in the community: A qualitative study.

Patricia Dominguez Castro, Ciara Me Reynolds, Sharon Kennelly, Barbara Clyne, Gerard Bury, David Hanlon, Celine Murrin, Laura McCullagh, Karen Finnigan, Sarah Clarke, Sarah Browne, Carla Perrotta, Eileen R Gibney, Clare A Corish,

BACKGROUND & AIMS:Malnutrition or undernutrition, arising from a deficiency of energy and protein intake, occurs commonly among community-dwelling individuals in developed countries. Once identified, malnutrition can be effectively treated in the majority of cases with dietary advice and the prescription of oral nutritional supplements (ONS) for patients who can eat ... Read more >>

Clin Nutr ESPEN (Clinical nutrition ESPEN)
[2020, 36:116-127]

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Health inequities in unscheduled healthcare for children with intellectual disabilities in Ireland: a study protocol [version 2; peer review: 2 approved]

Emma Nicholson, Edel Doherty, Suja Somanadhan, Suzanne Guerin, James Schreiber, Gerard Bury, Thilo Kroll, Meredith Raley, Eilish McAuliffe,

Background: Health inequities for children with intellectual disabilities  are prevalent within different health systems, and children with intellectual disabilites  have shorter life expectancies than the general population, higher mortality rates before the age of 17 and have a greater risk of potentially preventable hospitalisations. A health systems approach to research ... Read more >>

HRB Open Res (HRB open research)
[2020, 3:]

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Stakeholder opinion on the proposal to introduce 'treat and referral' into the Irish emergency medical service.

Brian Power, Gerard Bury, John Ryan,

BACKGROUND:The Irish ambulance services have traditionally transported all patients following an emergency (112/999) call, regardless of acuity, to an emergency department (ED). A proposal to introduce Treat and Referral, an established care pathway in some jurisdictions, is under active consideration in Ireland. This will present a significant change. Stakeholder engagement ... Read more >>

BMC Emerg Med (BMC emergency medicine)
[2019, 19(1):81]

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Pre-hospital Care in Ireland - Innovation Needed.

G Bury, T Barry,

Ir Med J (Irish medical journal)
[2019, 112(10):1014]

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Stakeholder Opinion on the proposal to introduce ‘Treat and Referral’ into the Irish Emergency Medical Service.

Brian Power, Gerard Bury, John Ryan,

Abstract Background: The Irish ambulance services have traditionally transported all patients following an emergency (112/999) call, regardless of acuity, to an ED. A proposal to introduce Treat and Referral, an established care pathway in some jurisdictions, is under active consideration in Ireland. This will present a significant change. Stakeholder engagement ... Read more >>

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Cardiac arrest resuscitation and its relevance to general practice.

Tomás Barry, Gerard Bury,

Br J Gen Pract (The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners)
[2019, 69(687):481-482]

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Factors that influence family and parental preferences and decision making for unscheduled paediatric healthcare: a systematic review protocol

Emma Nicholson, Therese McDonnell, Moayed Hamza, Michael Barrett, Christopher Brunsdon, Gerard Bury, Martin Charlton, Claire Collins, Conor Deasy, Aoife De Brun, John Fitzsimons, Marie Galligan, Conor Hensey, Fiona Kiernan, Eilish McAuliffe,

There is a plethora of factors that dictate where parents and families choose to seek unscheduled healthcare for their child; and the complexity of these decisions can present a challenge for policy makers and healthcare planners as these behaviours can have a significant impact on resources in the health system. ... Read more >>

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Motivation, challenges and realities of volunteer community cardiac arrest response: a qualitative study of 'lay' community first responders.

Tomás Barry, Suzanne Guerin, Gerard Bury,

OBJECTIVES:To explore the reasons why lay community first responders (CFRs) volunteer to participate in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest response and the realities of their experience in providing this service to the community. DESIGN:A qualitative study, using in-depth semistructured interviews that were recorded and transcribed. Thematic analysis was undertaken and credibility checks ... Read more >>

BMJ Open (BMJ open)
[2019, 9(8):e029015]

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Community first responders for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in adults and children.

Tomas Barry, Maeve C Doheny, Siobhán Masterson, Niall Conroy, Jan Klimas, Ricardo Segurado, Mary Codd, Gerard Bury,

BACKGROUND:Mobilization of community first responders (CFRs) to the scene of an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) event has been proposed as a means of shortening the interval from occurrence of cardiac arrest to performance of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and defibrillation, thereby increasing patient survival. OBJECTIVES:To assess the effect of mobilizing community ... Read more >>

Cochrane Database Syst Rev (The Cochrane database of systematic reviews)
[2019, 7:CD012764]

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Factors that influence family and parental preferences and decision making for unscheduled paediatric healthcare: a systematic review protocol.

Emma Nicholson, Therese McDonnell, Moayed Hamza, Michael Barrett, Christopher Brunsdon, Gerard Bury, Martin Charlton, Claire Collins, Conor Deasy, Aoife De Brun, John Fitzsimons, Marie Galligan, Conor Hensey, Fiona Kiernan, Eilish McAuliffe,

There is a plethora of factors that dictate where parents and families choose to seek unscheduled healthcare for their child; and the complexity of these decisions can present a challenge for policy makers and healthcare planners as these behaviours can have a significant impact on resources in the health system. ... Read more >>

HRB Open Res (HRB open research)
[2019, 2:11]

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