Chronic Illness and Palliative Care
Dr Galways research interests include evidence based policy and health service development; help seeking and access to mental health services; psycho-oncology and connections between physical, emotional and social health.
She has published research on access to primary care services, screening in cancer care, mental health and suicide prevention and psycho-oncology services. Her work is focused on developing a robust evidence base to help us all to effectively recognise and address our mental health needs.
Dr Galway is open to PhD applicants interested in:
- Exploring evidence based policy development or service provision to support mental health promotion and suicide prevention.
- Service provision for people with co-existing mental and physical health problems.
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PUBLIC OUTREACH AND KEY ACHIEVEMENTS
PhD Title: How can learning from Serious Adverse Incident reviews contribute to reducing deaths by suicide of people in the care of Mental Health Services?
Name: Colette Ramsey
Years of Study: 2017 - 2020
PhD Title: Arts-Based Interventions as a Vehicle for a Reduction in Suicide Risk among Men.
Name: Shane O'Donnell
Years of Study: 2018 - 2021