NREC-CT A Members

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Prof. Alistair Nichol

Chairperson
Consultant Anaesthetist & Intensivist, St. Vincent’s Hospital, Dublin
Heike Felzmann

Dr Heike Felzmann

Deputy Chairperson
Lecturer, Philosophy & Ethics, NUI, Galway
FREE IMAGE-NO REPRO FEE. ‘Creating Accessible Access to Justice: Recognising People with Disabilities as Victims of Crime’ is a conference being hosted by the School of Applied Social Studies, Institute for Social Sciences in the 21st Century and Centre for Criminal Justice in Human Rights, supported by the Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences. The conference, taking place on the 3-4th May, emerges out of a piece of work undertaken by Dr. Claire Edwards, Dr. Shane Kilcommins and Gillian Harold for the National Disability Authority which explored the barriers that people with disabilities face in accessing the criminal justice system in Ireland and internationally when they are victims of crime, and sought to compare policies and practices across international jurisdictions to bring points of learning to the Irish context. Speakers at the conference come from Ireland, Scotland and England, and are all engaged in working within people with disabilities and/or victims of crime, either on the frontline providing support to people with disabilities, or in developing and influencing law and policy around disabled people’s access to the criminal justice system. They include Raymond Byrne (Head of Research, Law Reform Commission); Elaine Mears (Rape Crisis Network Ireland); Deirdre Carroll (Inclusion Ireland); Pauline Conroy (independent researcher); Miriam Delahunt (Barrister); Geraldine Monaghan and Mark Pathak (Liverpool City Council, UK); Dr. Claire Edwards (School of Applied Social Studies, UCC) and Elspeth Molony (Capability Scotland). Participants at the conference include members of victim support organisations, barristers and the judiciary, disability organisations, representatives from agencies such as the HSE, HIQA and other social care organisations, academic staff and postgraduate students with an interest in the area. Photographed are was Dr. Mary Donnelly, Faculty of Law, UCC. 
Photo by Tomas Tyner, UCC.

Prof. Mary Donnelly

Deputy Chairperson
Professor, School of Law, UCC, Cork
David Brayden

Prof. David Brayden

Member
Professor, Advanced Drug Delivery, UCD, Dublin
NO REPRO FEE. Darren Dahly, University College Cork. Photo by Tomas Tyner, UCC.

Dr Darren Dahly

Member
Principal Statistician, HRB Clinical Research Facility Cork
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Mr Gerard Daly

Member
Retired Civil Servant, Laois

Dr Jimmy Devins

Member
Retired GP, Sligo
PATRICK

Prof. Patrick Dillon

Member
Consultant Anaesthesiologist, University Hospital Limerick, Limerick
Geraldine Foley

Dr Geraldine Foley

Member
Assistant Professor, Occupational Therapy, School of Medicine, TCD, Dublin

Prof. Catherine Hayes

Member
Associate Professor, Public Health Medicine, TCD, Dublin
TinaHickey

Prof. Tina Hickey

Member
Associate Professor Emeritus, UCD School of Psychology, and Patient Advocate.

Dr Dervla Kelly

Member
Community Pharmacist & Lecturer, Medical Education, University of Limerick, Limerick

Ms Muireann O'Briain

Member
Retired Barrister, Dublin
John O Loughlin

Dr John O’Loughlin

Member
Retired Medical Scientist, Dublin
Ann Twomey

Ms Ann Twomey

Member
Director, Alzheimer’s Society Ireland, Cork
John Wells

Prof. John Wells

Member
Dean, School of Health Sciences, Waterford Institute of Technology, Waterford
Eugene

Prof. Eugene Dempsey

Member
PI & Clinical Lead for Neonatal Research at the Infant Centre, UCC, and Consultant Neonatologist at Cork University Maternity Hospital
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