Occupational Therapists and the research process

Qualitative investigation of reasons, barriers and enablers to occupational therapists’ involvement in research programs. Three focus groups were conducted. The qualitative data collected were obtained following provision of informed consent by participants. All data were anonymi

Irish Qualitative Data Archive

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The Inspiring Ireland Project - National Museum of Ireland

A selection of cultural heritage objects from the National Museum of Ireland presented as part of the Inspiring Ireland project. The collection includes clothing, sculpture, pottery and other objects from around Ireland, covering both the unique and the everyday. These items offe

National Museum of Ireland

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Artists' Campaign to Repeal the Eighth Amendment Archive

The Artists' Campaign to Repeal the Eighth Amendment was set up in 2015 by visual artists Cecily Brennan, Alice Maher, Eithne Jordan, and the poet Paula Meehan. It began as an online campaign appealing to fellow artists, writers, musicians, and actors to put their names to a stat

National Irish Visual Arts Library (NIVAL), NCAD

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Repeal the Eighth and Reproductive Rights

Interviews with Repeal activists from the project “Sharing Best Practices in how Civil Society Organisations use the Internet in Organising and Building for Socio-Economic Rights and Trust”. This project looked at how organisations build trust and resolve conflicts in the age

Irish Qualitative Data Archive

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World Within Walls collection

The World Within Walls collection relates the histories and memories of the St. Davnet’s Campus psychiatric hospital in Monaghan town and is part of a wider local history project commissioned and funded by the Health Service Executive (HSE) and delivered by Stair: An Irish Public

Irish Qualitative Data Archive

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Fáilte Ireland Tourism Photographic Collection

The Fáilte Ireland Tourism Photographic Archive Collection, originally the property of Bórd Fáilte, was donated to Dublin City Library and Archive in 2014. The copyright in the images was transferred to Dublin City Library and Archive at the same time. The collection, which compr

Dublin City Library and Archive

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The Atlantic Philanthropies - Island of Ireland - Publications

The Atlantic Philanthropies were founded by entrepreneur Charles F. (“Chuck”) Feeney (1931-), who decided to devote his wealth to the service of humanity in 1982. A champion of ‘’Giving While Living’’, Feeney has long maintained that people of wealth should use it to better the

Cornell University Library

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The Atlantic Philanthropies - Island of Ireland - Essays

The Atlantic Philanthropies were founded by entrepreneur Charles F. (“Chuck”) Feeney (1931-), who decided to devote his wealth to the service of humanity in 1982. A champion of ‘’Giving While Living’’, Feeney has long maintained that people of wealth should use it to better the

Digital Repository of Ireland

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TII Digital Heritage Collections

TII’s mission is to deliver transport infrastructure and services, which contribute to the quality of life for the people of Ireland and support the country's economic growth. Consideration of archaeology is fully integrated into the national road and light rail scheme planning p

Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII)

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