Academic Researchers - Mental Health and Recovery
Professor Agnes HigginsProfessor in Mental Health
Agnes leads a research team that focuses on service-user and family engagement in the development and reform of the mental health service. Central themes in her research are recovery, co-production, peer and rights based models.
Dr Michael BrennanAssistant Professor
Course coordinator for an MSc/Pg. Dip & Cert in Mental Health (CAFS & PSI) and Dementia. Lecturer and module Leader on MSc and BSc modules
Dr Louise DoyleAssociate Professor in Mental Health Nursing
Louise ’s research expertise is in self-harm and suicide research, LGBTI mental health, wellness interventions and mixed methods and participatory models of research
Dr Brian KeoghHead of Discipline (Mental Health Nursing)/Assistant Professor
Brian is an assistant professor and he is the current Head of Discipline for Mental Health Nursing. Brian’s teaching and research interests include mental health recovery and stigma, dementia and suicide and self-harm
Dr Mark MonahanAssistant Professor
Dr Edward Mc CannUndergraduate CC Integrated General and Children’s Nursing (Senior Sophister)/Assistant Professor
Teach and research all aspects of mental health. Involved in curriculum design and course co-ordinate. Supervise undergraduate and PhD students. Externally examine, publish and present internationally.
Dr Jean MorrisseyAssistant Professor in Mental Health Nursing /Course Coordinator Junior Fresh
Jean is responsible for teaching on both undergraduate and post graduate mental health nursing programmes. Her particular clinical and research areas of expertise include therapeutic interpersonal skills, suicidology, eating disorders and clinical supervision
Dr Michael NashAssistant Professor Mental Health Nursing
Teaching and research interests include physical health and wellbeing in severe mental illness, clinical risk assessment and management, models of community mental healthcare, social inclusion and mental illness and continuing education and training needs for nurses.
Caitriona Nic PhilibinAssistant Professor
Caitriona research areas includes (1) Public Health (11) Mental health of children, adolescent and families (111) College students mental health (iv) Palliative Care for children.