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Browsing Graduate Entry Medical School by Subject "intellectual disability"

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  • Gulati, Gautam; Cusack, Alan; Murphy, Valerie Elizabeth; Kelly, Brendan D.; Kilcommins, Shane; Dunne, Colum P. (Cambridge University Press, 2021)
    Disability awareness training is mandated by the United Nations Convention on People with Disabilities (UNCRPD), but there is a paucity of evidence regarding the systematic evaluation of the effectiveness of such training. ...
  • Gulati, Gautam; Murphy, Valerie Elizabeth; Clarke, Ana; Delcelliher, Kristin; Meagher, David; Kennedy, Harry; Fistein, Elizabeth; Bogue, John; Dunne, Colum P. (Emerald, 2018)
    Purpose While individuals with an intellectual disability form a significant minority in the worldwide prison population, their healthcare needs require specialist attention. In Ireland, services for prisoners with ...
  • Murphy, Valerie Elizabeth; Hallahan, Brian; O'Connell, Henry; Wright, Brenda; O'Kelly, Brendan; Gulati, Gautam; Shankar, Rohit (Cambridge University Press, 2018)
    Epilepsy and mental illness have a bidirectional association. Psychiatrists are likely to encounter epilepsy as comorbidity. Seizures may present as mental illness. Equally, the management of psychiatric conditions has ...
  • Gulati, Gautam; Quigley, Stephen James; Murphy, Valerie Elizabeth; Yacoub, Evan; Bogue, John; Kearns, Anthony; O'Neill, Conor; Kelly, Mary; Morrison, Aideen; Griffin, Gerard; Blewitt, Mary; Fistein, Elizabeth; Meagher, David; Dunne, Colum P. (Emerald, 2018)
    Individuals with an intellectual disability (ID) form a significant minority in the Irish prison population and worldwide prison populations. There is growing recognition that specialist services for such individuals are ...

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