Institute of Child Care Research
New report on improving the well-being of disabled adolescentsIn a report by the Institute of Child Care Research and funded by the Public Health Agency, young people with disabilities express how they feel about their own well-being and how they experience...
New report on parental alcohol use and resilience in young people launchedA new report funded by the Public Health Agency on ‘Parental alcohol use and resilience in young people: a study of family, peer and school processes’ was launched at the Europa hotel on...
Families and Poverty book informs Welfare Reform Mitigations reportThe book Families and Poverty: Everyday life on a low income by Mary Daly (University of Oxford) and Grace Kelly (Queen’s University Belfast) is among the materials consulted and cited in the...
Queen’s University and NSPCC hold seminar in Queen’s to contextualise the ‘Mind Your Health’ study findingsQueen’s University and the NSPCC held a seminar at Queen’s on Wednesday 18 November which focused on contextualising the ‘Mind Your Health’ study research findings. This...
Dr Dominic McSherry and Dr Montse Fargas speak at NSPCC event highlighting whole system approach to improve the emotional health of young people in careThe NPSCC in Foyle hosted an event on Tuesday 17 November at the Waterfoot Hotel, for professionals to share best practice regarding the emotional health and well-being of Looked After...
Research Staff (A-Z)
Dr Catherine Adams
Dr Montserrat Fargas
Laura Neeson (née Grant)
Dr Kathryn Higgins - Assistant Director
Dr Julie-Ann Jordan
Dr Grace Kelly
Dr Nuala Livingstone
Dr Aisling McLaughlin
Dr Dominic McSherry
Dr Sharon Millen
Louise Moss - Administrator
Dr Nina O'Neill
Dr Leeanne O'Hara