201711.05
What Does Not Kill Us Will Make Us Stronger

What Does Not Kill Us Will Make Us Stronger

What Does Not Kill Us Will Make Us Stronger Dr. Conor Hogan @drconorhogan It became calm, almost serene as finger prints prodded the dryly moist mobile phone screens. Everyone was wondering, even disbelieving that it could happen. A hurricane had never occurred in Irish people`s life times before. An eerie stillness enveloped the warm atmosphere…

201710.18
Chasing The Dream: The Pursuit of Happiness

Chasing The Dream: The Pursuit of Happiness

Chasing The Dream: The Pursuit of Happiness Dr. Niall McElwee @drniallmc Workshop Presentation to #MentalHealth4Millennials Wellness Workshop National University of Ireland, Galway, 10.10.2017     “Happiness is not something ready-made. It comes from your own actions.” – Dalai Lama    There is currently a global movement with people of all cultures and creeds chasing happiness much…

201710.16
‘Happiness is a State of Mind by Choice’ – Jocelyn Cunningham

‘Happiness is a State of Mind by Choice’ – Jocelyn Cunningham

  Happiness is a State of Mind by Choice Jocelyn Cunningham, MD Dynamic Concepts & Wellness @psychlingqueen #MillennialMentalHealth @ThesisClinic Workshop, National University of Ireland, Galway 10.10.2017 ‘If you plan on being anything less than you are capable of being, you will probably be unhappy all the days of your life’   Abraham Maslow Understanding the mind to…

201703.20
A Millennial’s Insight into Irish Republicanism and the Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’ by Aindriú Inglis

A Millennial’s Insight into Irish Republicanism and the Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’ by Aindriú Inglis

A Millennial’s Insight into Irish Republicanism and the Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’ Introduction The inspiration behind this publication came from my Dissertation studies, which I completed at the end of April 2016 in University College Dublin, Ireland. The dissertation focused on specific issues and events during the period of 1968 – 1998 that are widely accepted…

201702.28
Scoliosis, The Dáil and The Twisted Logic of The HSE

Scoliosis, The Dáil and The Twisted Logic of The HSE

Scoliosis, The Dáil and The Twisted Logic of The HSE Dr. Conor Hogan @DrConorHogan @BookHubThesisClinic The human spine is a complex structure that primarily supports the major organs of the human body whilst also allowing a person to stand up with adequate support. Although the spine is often referred to as a “Back” by most…

201702.02
Still in Nappies, Sill in Love: A View on #GlamGalway

Still in Nappies, Sill in Love: A View on #GlamGalway

Still in Nappies, Sill in Love: A View on #GlamGalway by Jackie McKenna @lamjackiemc it’s almost been a year since my first ever visit to the City that stole my heart. – The beautiful city of Galway. I gave myself a challenge to drive to anywhere in the country, and posted it on Facebook thinking…

201701.18
The Erosion of Trust by Brian Lynch

The Erosion of Trust by Brian Lynch

The Erosion of Trust by Brian Lynch, Executive Secretary at TASC (Think-tank for Action on Social Change) Just 36 per cent of the general population in Ireland trusts the government, the media, business and NGOs, according to the Edelman Trust Barometer 2017. This represents a drop of five points since 2016, and sees Ireland in…

201612.30

Irish Republicanism and the Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’

A Millennial’s Insight into Irish Republicanism and the Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’ by Aindriu Inglis Ebook Introduction Sample for Readers  The inspiration behind this eBook came from my Dissertation studies, which I completed at the end of April 2016 in University College Dublin, Ireland. The dissertation focused on specific issues and events during the period of…