Invisible Spectrum poster presentation

The UCD School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems recently held their inaugural research symposium. We were delighted to be accepted for a poster presentation to discuss our annual Invisible Spectrum programme. This  annual event uses a co-design methodology to work with the local Bangladeshi community in Ireland to help promote their involvement in research, break down barriers preventing open discussion of personal health issues and improve attendee understanding and awareness of vital cancer screening programmes available to them. 

This was the first time that some of this data has been presented in public and we were delighted with how much interest and discussion the poster generated.


In addition to all the great talks and poster presentations, the symposium also included a PPI (patient & public involvement) workshop focused on how best to engage with seldom-heard voices in research, which was the perfect topic to complement our poster presentation. It was a fantastic workshop with lots of great tips that we're excited to incorporate into our Invisible Spectrum programme!