My current research profile includes working as a researcher on the H2020 ECO2 project at UCC. This is 9 partner EU consortium that aims to help the home energy consumer reduce their carbon footprint by utilizing the Act4Eco eLearning platform. Prior to this, I worked with the HISRC, UCC, CHASM team investigating the usability of online eConsent.
Before moving to Ireland I worked on various research projects in the UK including Mental Health Legislation and Decision-Making among Clinicians, the evaluation of Management practices for community Diabetes care, the use of Bio-Feeback in the control of chronic back pain, and back to work practices.
From 2002 I have worked in third-level education and research in Ireland. Most recently I am employed as a Post-Doctoral Researcher and part-time Lecturer in the HISRC, Business Information Systems Department of CUBS at University College Cork, Ireland.
I completed my Ph.D. in Corporate Communications and Complexity whilst working as a researcher and part-time lecturer in Management Sciences at the University of Salford, UK.
I studied part-time for my MA in Organisational Analysis and Behaviour at the University of Lancaster whilst simultaneously working as a Research Occupational Psychologist for the Ability Development Centre, Manchester UK.
My undergraduate degree was in Psychology in which I obtained the BSc(Hons) from the University of Bolton.
Prior to this, I worked full time as a Nursing Sister (Psychiatry) in the NHS at various locations throughout the UK.