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Ms. Kathleen Neenan

Assistant Professor (School of Nursing & Midwifery)

 


  Acute care nursing   Nursing Education   ONCOLOGY   PAEDIATRICS   PAIN
 Exploring Meanings of Spirituality in a Diverse Society- What Does it Mean to You and Me? Spirituality is about ascribing meaning to life's events, seeking support, connection and transcendence, which may involve religious belief for some. This term can transcend religious differences and provide an explanatory mechanism and support for people whether they subscribe to a religion or not. It also allows an explanatory conduit for cultural religious activities and rituals that humans have enjoyed over centuries. This is important to explore, as there is convincing evidence that the majority of people still ascribe to personal spiritual beliefs.
 'Enhancing Nurses Competence in Providing Spiritual Care through Innovative Education and Compassionate Care (EPICC)', 2016-2019
 Parents and families experiences of spiritual care at end of life for neonate
 End of Life in Acute Hospital Settings- A Systematic Review of Families' Experience of Spiritual Care
 Exploratory study of healthcare participants experiences of a mindfulness programme

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Emergency Medicine Programme Emergency Nursing Interest Group September 2015
Editor Religions Journal Special Edition 2019 2019
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Sigma Theta Tau 2002 2004
Irish Pain Association 2004 Present
AISHE 2013 Present
SpIRE - Spirituality Institute for Research & Education, Dublin (SRIG) 2015 Present
Dementia and NeuroGeneration Network Ireland 2020 Present
Irish Cardiac Nurse Association 2020
Hogan K Neenan K, Intensive Care Unit Nurses and Doctors knowledge and attitudes towards Organ Donation after Circulatory Death (DCD) , Trinity Health and Education International Research Conference 2021 (THEconf2021): 'Transforming healthcare in a changing world: new ways of thinking and working' , Virtual Dublin, March 10th-11th 2022, 2022, Notes: [10th-11th 2021, 2021, pppp1. , Notes: [1],], Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Hogan K Neenan K, Intensive Care Unit Nurses and Doctors knowledge and attitudes towards Organ Donation after Circulatory Death (DCD) , Trinity Health and Education International Research Conference 2021 (THEconf2021): 'Transforming healthcare in a changing world: new ways of thinking and working' , Virtual Dublin, March 10th-11th 2022, 2022, Notes: [10th-11th 2021, 2021, pppp1. , Notes: [1],], Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Stories of Hope from Ireland in, in, editor(s)Rogers M , Spiritual Dimensions of Advanced Practice Nursing- Stories of Hope, Switzerland, Springer International Publishing, 2021, [Neenan K , Whelan J ], Book Chapter, , Spiritual Dimensions of Advanced Practice Nursing- Stories of Hope, , Switzerland, Springer International Publishing, 2021, [Neenan K Whelan J], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Hennessy N Timmins F Brady V Neenan K , Spirituality at End of life , 6th International Spirituality in Healthcare Conference The Spiritual Imperative in Healthcare: Securing Foundations, Virtual, 17th June , 2021, ppMeeting Abstract , Oral Presentation, PUBLISHED
Daly L.,White P., Harris E., Nenan K., Duignan E., Maguire A.M., and O'Regan M., Nurses' Preparedness For End-of-Life Conversations - Exploring Nurses' Experiences and Needs When Communicating With Patients With Non-malignant Life-limiting Illnesses In An Acute Hospital Care Setting, Dublin, September, 2021, p1 - 96, Report, PUBLISHED
Byrne, G. Murphy, F. Eustace -Cook,J. Mooney,M. O'Brien,F. O'Donnell, S. Corry, M. Lynch, A.M., Neenan,K. & McKee. G. , The prevalence of tobacco smoking among European migrants residing in EU 15 countries: a quantitative systematic review protocol, JBI Evidence Synthesis, 18, (12), 2020, p2647 - 2657, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Hennessy N., Neenan K, Brady V., Sullivan M., Eustace-Cook J. & Timmins F., End of life in acute hospital setting-A systematic review of families' experience of spiritual care, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 29, (7-8), 2020, p1041-1052 , Notes: [ ], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
Corry M, Neenan K, Smith V., The development and use of a structured instrument for assessing the quality of complex interventions , Abstracts of the 26th Cochrane Colloquium, Santiago, ChileCochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Abstracts of the 26th Cochrane Colloquium, Santiago, Chile, 2019, 1, (Suppl 1), 2020, Oral Presentation, PUBLISHED  URL
Being Human : Cultivating Mindfulness and Compassion for Daily Living in, editor(s)in, editor(s)Dr Fiona Timmins & Dr. Sílvia Caldeira , Spirituality in Healthcare: Perspectives for Innovative Practice., , Spirituality in Healthcare: Perspectives for Innovative Practice., Nature Switzerland Springer Cham,, Springer Nature Switzerland Springer Cham,, 2019, pp211 - 223, [Kathleen Neenan], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED  URL
Corry M, Neenan K, Brabyn S, Sheaf G, Smith V, Telephone interventions, delivered by healthcare professionals, for providing education and psychosocial support for informal caregivers of adults with diagnosed illnesses, Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews , (5), 2019, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
  

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Mc Carron M Neenan K Connaire K Mc Conville U, Stepping Stones: The role of hospice day care in the care of patients with terminal illness., Dublin, 2010, Report, PUBLISHED

  

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Gold Medal Nursing Award Highest Achievement Theory & Practice Childrens Nursing
Winner of best overall Poster Irish Pain Association 4th annual Scientific Meeting November 2004
Gold Medal Nursing Award Highest Achievement Theory & Practice General Nursing
Spirituality Caregivers Mindfulness, End of life Mature students,Womens Health,Nursing practise,