BiographyCaroline is a Lecturer in the School of Nursing & Midwifery.
PhD., MSc., BSc, hDip RMN, Dip TLHE.
Research InterestsI am currently on two research streams within the School of Nursing and Midwifery: Supporting Aging in the 21st Century (SAge21), and Mental Health and Well-being.
My primary research focus is dementia, specifically young onset dementia.
|(2020)||Report on the Evaluation of the Implementation of Peer Group Clinical Supervision for Nurses in the HSE South (Cork and Kerry). |
Saab, Mohamad M (2020) Report on the Evaluation of the Implementation of Peer Group Clinical Supervision for Nurses in the HSE South (Cork and Kerry). : University College Cork. [Details]
|(2020)||Younger Onset Dementia: A Review of Diagnostic and Post-diagnostic Processes and Pathways. |
McGowan, Rachel (2020) Younger Onset Dementia: A Review of Diagnostic and Post-diagnostic Processes and Pathways. : The National Dementia Office. [Details]
Honours and Awards
|2018||Teaching & Learning Research and Enhancement Fund||Office of the Vice-President for Teaching & Learning|
|2014||PhD Younger onset dementia||NUI|
|2004||BSc Health Sciences||Edinburgh|
|2003||hDip Nursing Studies (Mental Health)||Edinburgh|
Teaching InterestsSince joining the School of Nursing and Midwifery in 2014 I have actively contributed to and assisted in the delivery of research led teaching, assessment and examining on courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level as well as continuing professional development modules.
General teaching areas include Gerontology, Mental Health, communication and research methods. Specific areas include contemporary and critical perspectives in dementia, psycho-social theory of ageing and mental health of the older person.