PhD Student Profiles


 NameThesis TitleSupervisors
 Kate Arkley Kate Arkley

A constructivist grounded theory study exploring patients’ experience of painful leg ulcer management.

Dr Maura Dowling and Dr Elaine Keane
 Orlaith Cormican Orlaith Cormican Exploring Psychosocial vulnerability in informal carers of patients with Chronic Haematological Malignancies. Dr Maura Dowling and Dr Siobhan Glavey
 Teresa Donnelly Teresa Donnelly-Nairn Understanding the stressful environment: A case study in an acute hospital in Ireland. Dr Catherine Houghton and Professor Dympna Casey
 Aisling Flynn Aisling Flynn Creating a multi-user VR social connecting space for older people with dementia. Professor Dympna Casey
 Vivienne Hanrahan Vivien Hanrahan Exploring recruiters’ experiences of recruiting women to trials during pregnancy and childbirth. Dr Linda Biesty and Dr Katie Gillies
Orlaith Hernon Orlaith Hernon Use of teaching and learning technologies in nurse education. Dr Peter Carr, Dr Iain Mac Labhrainn, Dr Edel McSharry
John Ivory John Ivory The reliability and diagnostic validity of clinical manifestations of biofilm in venous leg ulcers. Dr Georgina Gethin and Professor James O'Gara
 ‌Justin Kerr Justin Kerr Do clinical practice guidelines improve patient safety. Dr Georgina Gethin and Professor Declan Devane
 Wei Qi Koh Wei Qi Koh Implementation strategies for the use of social robotics in the context of dementia. Professor Dympna Casey
 Deirdre Mulligan Deirdre Mulligan A Case Study to explore how does the explicit delegation of tasks by registered nurses to health care assistants occur in patient care teams in Older Peoples Services. Professor Dympna Casey
Enda Naughten Enda Naughten Implementing the model of care for the diabetic foot in community nursing services. Dr Georgina Gethin and Dr Martina Giltenane
 Fiona Quirke Fiona Quirke COHESION: Core Outcomes in Neonatal Encephalopathy. Professor Declan Devane, Dr Patricia Healy and Dr Linda Biesty

MPhil and MSC Research Student Profiles

 NameThesis TitleSupervisors
  Lucie Charbonneau Experiences of nurses using a standardized skin tear prevention program in clinical practice. Dr Georgina Gethin

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