If you are interested in learning more about the positive impact of taking a relationship-centred approach in frontline practice, we hope the following resources will support you.
Dr Maeve Hurley, Relationships in Practice trainer and
founder of Ag Eisteacht, was honoured to be invited by the Women in Medicine in Ireland Network (WiMIN) to present a Medcafé webinar in March 2021 about the importance of quality relationships in general practice to an audience of GPs and other medics.
Relationships Matter Research
We commissioned Dr Sinéad Hanafin, a scholar of the European Academy of Nursing Science, a Visiting Research Fellow at Trinity and managing director of the research consultancy company, Research Matters, to research the importance of relationships and the effect they have on our health and wellbeing. Dr Hanafin’s report ‘Relationships Matter’ uses national data and research sources to present an overview of relationships in Ireland throughout the life cycle, from infancy through to relationships in later life. It includes a review of relationships in the workplace and community, as well as addressing the topic of adverse relationship experiences.
To request a copy of Relationships Matter, Hanafin, S. (2017) Relationships Matter. Ag Eisteacht, Cork, Ireland please email email@example.com
Adverse Childhood Experiences: 50 reasons to support relationships in practice
‘Adverse Childhood Experiences: 50 reasons to support relationships in practice’ is a document structured around the five core themes which emerged from an audit of our facilitated screenings of the award-winning documentary, ‘Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope’.
This evidence-based, multifaceted document by Dr Margaret O’ Rourke, Dr Maeve Hurley, Dr Nicola O’ Sullivan and Ms Donna Hennessy presents a range of information, data and knowledge, along with a comprehensive reference and resources and tools in appendices, that we believe can support professionals to open up new ways of thinking about what we can do to become more aware and compassionate towards children and adults with histories of ACEs and toxic stress.
If you are interested in receiving a digital copy of ‘Adverse Childhood Experiences: 50 reasons to support relationships in practice’, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
RCPI interview with Dr Maeve Hurley
Click here to view an interview by the Royal College of Physicians Ireland (RCPI) with Dr Maeve Hurley,Dr Maeve Hurley, Relationships in Practice trainer and founder of Ag Eisteacht, who talks about her interest in relational health and her journey to becoming a reflective practitioner