University College Dublin (UCD) is one of Europe’s leading research-intensive universities, where a comprehensive suite of strong disciplines forms the foundation of high-quality interdisciplinary research, scholarship and innovation. UCD is the national leader in research funding, attracting quality investment that has helped the university to establish a reputation as a world-class destination for leading researchers.
UCD will be active in disseminating KPIs developed in Task 1.4, and will be active in WP4, and WP6 as the lead for the work in one of the testing scenarios on young people with complex needs.
Our contribution to the project
Prof Maria Brenner, Professor of Children’s Nursing is experienced in leading large multidisciplinary teams. This includes a current 5-year project funded by the European Research Council to explore the initiation of technology dependence in children with complex care needs (TechChild). She previously led the development of the first standards of care for children with complex care needs in Europe as part of the Models of Child Health Appraised (MOCHA) project, funded by the EU Commission Horizon 2020.