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About NUI Galway
About NUI Galway
Since 1845, NUI Galway has been sharing the highest quality teaching and research with Ireland and the world. Find out what makes our University so special – from our distinguished history to the latest news and campus developments.
Colleges & Schools
Colleges & Schools
NUI Galway has earned international recognition as a research-led university with a commitment to top quality teaching across a rang of key areas of expertise.
Business & Industry
Guiding Breakthrough Research at NUI Galway
We explore and facilitate commercial opportunities for the research community at NUI Galway, as well as facilitating industry partnership.
- Alumni, Friends & Supporters
At NUI Galway, we believe that the best learning takes place when you apply what you learn in a real world context. That's why many of our courses include work placements or community projects.
Health Sciences—Social Care (MPhil)
MPhil (Health Sciences—Social Care)
College of Medicine, Nursing, & Health Sciences,
School of Health Sciences
The discipline of health promotion is committed to conducting and disseminating high quality research to develop, support, and enhance the evidence-base for social care.
Research areas in social care include those relating to the three population groups:
- Older people
- People with disabilities.
In the context of community and / or residential care settings.
Areas of interest
RESEARCH INTERESTS: Mental health promotion; evidence-based practice and evaluation research in health promotion; public perceptions of mental health, health promotion competencies.
Dr. Margaret Hodgins: email@example.com
RESEARCH INTERESTS: Workplace health promotion, gender and workplace bullying, the role of organisational culture in promoting health in the workplace.
Dr. Michal Molcho: firstname.lastname@example.org
RESEARCH INTERESTS: Adolescent health, social inequalities, violence and injury prevention, immigrant health
Dr. Saoirse Nic Gabhainn: email@example.com
RESEARCH INTERESTS: School health promotion; health inequalities among children and young people; sexual behaviour, substance use and risk taking and women’s health; Health Behaviour in School Children (HBSC).
Dr. Diarmuid O’Donovan: firstname.lastname@example.org
RESEARCH INTERESTS: Health inequalities; health policy; communicable disease control and environmental health; sexually transmitted infections and HIV/AIDS; substance misuse; health and human rights; international health.
Dr. Martin Power: email@example.com
RESEARCH INTERESTS: Social care theory and practice; care planning; risk and regulation; social policy; adult education.
Dr. Lisa Pursell: firstname.lastname@example.org
RESEARCH INTERESTS: Health inequalities, environmental health, health impact assessment, methodologies and evaluation
Dr. Jane Sixsmith: email@example.com
RESEARCH INTERESTS: Health communication; community health; qualitative methodologies; health services research.
Dr. Colette Kelly: firstname.lastname@example.org
RESEARCH INTERESTS: Children’s health and social care, health behaviour in school children (HBSC), food and nutrition, vulnerable groups.
Dr. Martin Power
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