Lecturer
Nursing and Midwifery

T: +353 (0) 21 4901451
E: a.martin@ucc.ie

Research Interests

  • Communication
  • Behaviours that Challenge
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder
  • Severe, Profound and Multiple Intellectual Disabilities
  • The role of the Registered Nurse in Intellectual Disabilities

Research Grants

 ProjectFunding
Body
Start DateEnd DateAward
An Exploratory Study of the Experiences of Registered Nurses-Intellectual Disability Communicating with Adults with Intellectual Disability Who Use Non-Verbal CommunicationOther: Not Listed01-OCT-0701-OCT-08€5,000.00
Barriers and facilitators to developing community supports as a basis for independent living (National Disability Authority)01-MAY-1330-MAY-14€22,500.00

Peer Reviewed Journals

YearPublication
(2013)'Scatolia: Positive Behaviour Support for a Client with Goltz Syndrome'
Martin A. M. (2013) 'Scatolia: Positive Behaviour Support for a Client with Goltz Syndrome'. Learning Disability Practice, 16 (1):26-30 [Details]
(2012)'Non-verbal communication between Registered Nurses Intellectual Disability and people with an intellectual disability: an exploratory study of the nurse's experiences. Part 2'
Martin AM, Connor-Fenelon MO, Lyons R (2012) 'Non-verbal communication between Registered Nurses Intellectual Disability and people with an intellectual disability: an exploratory study of the nurse's experiences. Part 2'. Journal of intellectual disabilities : JOID, 16 (2):97-108 [DOI] [Details]
(2012)'Non-verbal communication between Registered Nurses Intellectual Disability and people with an intellectual disability: an exploratory study of the nurse's experiences. Part 1'
Martin AM, Connor-Fenelon MO, Lyons R (2012) 'Non-verbal communication between Registered Nurses Intellectual Disability and people with an intellectual disability: an exploratory study of the nurse's experiences. Part 1'. Journal of intellectual disabilities : JOID, 16 (1):61-75 [DOI] [Details]
(2010)'Non-verbal communication between nurses and people with an intellectual disability: a review of the literature'
Martin AM, O'Connor-Fenelon M, Lyons R (2010) 'Non-verbal communication between nurses and people with an intellectual disability: a review of the literature'. Journal of intellectual disabilities : JOID, 14 (4):303-314 [DOI] [Details]
(2009)'Person-Centred Plans: Empowering or Controlling'
Martin, A. M., Carey, E. (2009) 'Person-Centred Plans: Empowering or Controlling'. Learning Disability Practice, 14 (4):32-37 [Details]

Published Reports

YearPublication
(2014)Living with Acquired Brain Injury.
Dalton, C., Kingston, A., Martin, A. M., O’Riordan, J., Caples, M. and Edwards, C. (2014) Living with Acquired Brain Injury. National Disability Authority, Dublin: Ireland. Globe icon [CORA Link] [Details]

Conference Contributions

YearPublication
(2009)10th Annual Interdisciplinary Research Conference,
Martin, A. M., O’Connor-Fenelon, M. and Lyons, R. (2009) An Exploratory Study of the Experiences of Registered Nurses-Intellectual Disability Communicating with Adults with Intellectual Disability Who Use Non-Verbal Communication. [Oral Presentation], 10th Annual Interdisciplinary Research Conference, Trinity College, Dublin , 05-NOV-09 - 05-NOV-09. [Details]