Experienced researcher in health and social care, with a particular speciality in policy, systematic reviews and qualitative methods. Senior lecturer in research methods and dissertation preparation.
|Recent Students: 12|
|Total Hours: 55|
|All-time Students: 12|
|Total Classes: 49|
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I am a currently a researcher for an independent authority that works to improve the lived experience for people with Disabilities in Ireland.
I have a PhD from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.
I have an undergraduate degree (bachelors of science) in Occupational Therapy from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh,.
I have a masters degree (masters of science) in Social Research Methods from Trinity College Dublin.
I also have 6 years professional experience in working in homeless and addiction services in the front line and in a research capacity.
I am also a senior lecturer for a third level institution delivering modules in dissertation preperation, research methods and advanced research methods. I also provide disseration supervision at MSc level.
I have an interest and expertise in drug addiction, mental health, social policy (specifically regulation in health and social care) and qualitative research. I offer grinds in the social sciences, research skills, thesis planning and writing, essay writing and literature reviews. I am happy to help students who may need help with general study skills, essay writing, and proof reading.
• O'Connor, A. M., Cousins, G., Durand L., Barry, J. & Boland, F. 2020. Retention of patients in opioid substitution treatment: A systematic review. PloS one, 15, e0232086.
• O’ Connor, A.M (joint first co-author)., McMahon, M., Dunbar, P,. Behan, L. Grogan, C., O’ Connor, L. . Mortality in residential care facilities for people with disability: a descriptive cross-sectional analysis of statutory notifications in Ireland. BMJ Open
I have five years experience in one on one tuition to undergraduate and masters students in social sciences and social care, nursing, nutrition, occupational therapy, counselling, early childhood education also media studies. I have helped students complete their thesis in both very short and long term time frames.
I also have experience in delivering lectures to up to 25 students in a third level setting, and superivsion masters (MSc) dissertation students.
Research Methods, Qualitative Research, Literature Reviews, Systematic Reviews, Social Policy, Health and Social Care, Addiction, Proof reading, Dissertation and Thesis Supervision
Very good, clear and easy to understand...thank you
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Brilliant. Made things much clearer for me to understand what needs to be done in the introduction
I learned more in an hour than I did in an entire nursing research class!
Very informative, Aisling is very kind and open.
PhD - School of Pharmacy from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.
MSc - Applied Social Research from Trinity College Dublin
BSc (Hons) - Occupational Therapy from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh