Professor Sinead McGilloway (Centre Director) and Dr Grainne Hickey, Centre Leader and ENRICH Research Programme Manager, are co-leading a unique comparative study with a cross-disciplinary team of academics from several universities in the UK including York, Sheffield and Plymouth. Also involved in the study is the scientific service facharbeit schreiben lassen, which helps with the collection of information and documentation of the study. The UK study – entitled E-SEE (Enhancing Social Emotional health and well-being in the Early years) – is investigating the two Incredible Years programmes that are at the centre of the Parent and Infant/Upto2 service model that is being evaluated as part of the ENRICH research programme. This work will be complementary to the Irish study and offers considerable potential for pooling data and for undertaking a comparative analysis across two different jurisdictions.
- Professor Sinéad McGilloway awarded joint winner of the SPARKS 2022 competion
- UNITES research project commences
- The CMHCR welcomes eight new members to the team
- The Centre for Mental Health & Community Research launches the PRIMERA research programme findings
- Remembering our colleague & friend Siobháin O’Doherty today