RCSI’s Health Outcomes Research Centre will host the next Annual National Healthcare Outcomes Conference ‘The Covid-19 Responses and Population Health’ on Tuesday, 26 April.
Established in 2016, the Health Outcomes Research Centre (HORC) is dedicated to the development and dissemination of evidence-based research on healthcare outcomes that informs healthcare policy and improves patient outcomes. To date, we have been leveraging our surgical data as well as some work within the RCSI Hospitals Group.
The research centre enables RCSI to focus its agenda on health care delivery and health systems.
The National Healthcare Outcomes Conference offers a unique forum for discussion of how Ireland can and has embraced a more value-based healthcare approach towards meeting our healthcare challenges and how this might impact policy, planning, service delivery, funding as well as access to innovation.
Registration is now open. The conference will be delivered as both an in-person and virtual meeting, subject to the public health guidelines in place at the time. As you complete the registration process, you will be asked to select if you plan to attend in-person or virtually.
The in-person conference will take place at RCSI, Dublin. Venue capacity is limited due to the public guidelines in place, and places will be offered on a first-come first-served basis. Access to the in-person sessions will only be granted if you have registered to attend in-person. Proof of immunity or recovery from Covid 19 (in past 6 months) and photo ID is compulsory for all in-person attendees and will be checked when you arrive at the venue.