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Conference 2015 Archive

 

Welcome to the 2015 PSI Annual Conference Archive


The 2015 PSI Annual Conference took place from 11th - 14th of November at the Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa, Galway. The keynote speakers at the PSI Conference were:
 

  • Dr Niall Muldoon, who presented 'Bringing the rights of children closer to home - The Ombudsman for Children'. Click on screen below to listen to his speech.


  • Dr Kevin Nugent, who presented 'Towards science-based interventions in the first years of life: Supporting infant-parent mental health'. Click on the screen below to listen to his speech.






     
  • Mr Colm O' Gorman, who presented 'The role of public discourse in shaping a human rights republic'. Please click here to listen to the presentation.


To view the programme from the 2015 PSI Annual Conference please click here, and for the Conference Proceedings (Book of Abstracts) please click here. Alternatively, these files can be accessed in the Downloads section on the left hand side of this page.


 

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