The Meath Foundation Funding Research at Tallaght Hospital
The Meath Foundation was founded to support the provision of health care, research and education for the benefit of the community and within the hospital service.
We passionately believe in the value of healthcare research. It is the platform on which better services, better care, and better patient outcomes in a safe environment all sit and The Foundation is proud of its achievement of maintaining world class research at the Hospital.
The Foundation has been awarding Research Grants since 2002. During this period 98 grants have been awarded in the amount of €3.8m.
In 2012 the Foundation published ‘10 years on… the Story of Research in Tallaght Hospital funded by The Meath Foundation’ showcases the dynamic involvement of a wide number of staff at Tallaght Hospital in healthcare research across a variety of medical disciplines and therapy areas. It shows, that in our short history, we have been able to support some of the country’s most talented healthcare professionals in conducting important research that has benefitted patients of the Hospital and the wider community.
More can be done if The Meath Foundation continues to be supported by bequests, philanthropy, our Governors, and the local community.
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The Meath Foundation’s book ‘10 years on… the Story of Research in Tallaght Hospital funded by The Meath Foundation’ is available free of charge from The Meath Foundation Office. Please contact us at 4142432 / 4145896 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for your copy.
Research Grants awarded 2014 to 2016 Research grant Awards 2014 to 2016