Population and Community Health
Population and community health is defined as the health of the population measured by health status indicators; it is influenced by physical, biological, social and economic factors in the environment, by personal health behaviour and by healthcare services.
List of active members of this theme
Prof Geralyn Hynes, Prof Mary McCarron, Prof Cecily Begley, Prof Agnes Higgins, Prof Kevin Connaire, Prof Fiona Timmins, Prof Anne-Marie Corroon, Prof Elizabeth Fahey McCarthy, Prof Fiona Murphy, Prof Patricia Cronin, Prof Frances Ryan, Prof Jacqueline Whelan, Prof Anne Marie Brady, Prof Imelda Coyne, Michael Coughlan, Prof Eddie McCann, Prof Louise Daly, Prof Jan De Vries, Prof Thelma Begley, Deirdre O'Malley, Prof Brian Keogh, Prof Fintan Sheerin, Prof Valerie Smith, Prof Gabrielle McKee, Prof Sharon O Donnell, Prof Frances O'Brien, Prof Mary Mooney, Prof Kathleen Neenan, Prof John Dinsmore (CPHI)
List of Collaborations
Prof Phil Larkin (UCD), Dr Karen Ryan (HSE), Dr Peter May (TCD), Prof Charles Normand, Prof Helena Leino-Kilpi, Dr Caitriona Jennings (Imperial College), Dr Donna Fitzsimmons (UU)
Our research sub-themes are listed below: