Cognitive training for prevention of cognitive impairment in adult intensive care unit (ICU) patients
Dr James Foley is a Specialist Registrar in Emergency Medicine currently working in St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin. He received his medical degree from University College Dublin in 2013 and commenced specialty training in Emergency Medicine thereafter. He was recently awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine and is currently undertaking a Masters in Sports and Exercise Medicine at the University of Bath.
James has experience in clinical audit and quality improvement and has collaborated on large multi-centre international research projects. In 2017 he was awarded the Irish Association of Emergency Medicine Research Bursary for his work on cycling trauma in Ireland. Recently, he co-founded the Irish Trainee Emergency Research Network (ITERN) which aims to provide research opportunities through collaborative project creation. This network has successfully completed two multi-site studies to date, improving access to research for Emergency Medicine trainees in Ireland. He looks forward to developing skills in evidence synthesis and dissemination, and to working with the esteemed academic team on this review.