The Irish Qualitative Data Archive is pleased to announce that the collection 'A Cognitive Occupation Based programme for People with Multiple Sclerosis qualitative feasibility data' is now available to access through the Digital Repository of Ireland. The data relates to an evaluation of a cognitive rehabilitation intervention for people with multiple sclerosis (MS)- the COB-MS. This research aimed to determine the acceptability of COB-MS from the perspective of people living with MS, as well as the occupational therapists who facilitated the programme. The data consists of transcripts of interview recordings from eleven COB-MS participants and eight COB-MS facilitators.
A Cognitive Occupation Based programme for People with Multiple Sclerosis qualitative feasibility data
Dr. Aileen O'Carroll has a new blogpost at the Digital Repository of Ireland on how the Boston College case exposes challenges to protecting sensitive research data.
Date: Friday, 18 November 2016
Ruth Geraghty of the IQDA discusses the Magdalene Oral History collection that is newly deposited in Digital Repository of Ireland.
Date: Tuesday, 17 November 2015