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Ms Caoimhe Nic A Bhaird
Room 112
Department of Applied Health Research
1-19 Torrington Place
Tel: 020 7679 1968
  • Research associate
  • Epidemiology & Public Health
  • Institute of Epidemiology & Health
  • Faculty of Population Health Sciences

Caoimhe graduated with a BA in Psychology from Trinity College Dublin in 2009, where she was awarded a gold medal and the Trinity College Foundation Scholarship. In 2010, she completed an MSc in Social and Cultural Psychology from the London School of Economics and was awarded the Hilde Himmelweit Prize. Alongside her current role as a Research Associate she is undertaking a part-time PhD based on data from the same project.

Research Themes
Research Summary

Caoimhe’s research focuses on social psychological influences on health, particularly in underprivileged contexts. She is currently part of a research team investigating the effectiveness of multidisciplinary team meetings for patients with chronic diseases. This research is funded by the National Institute for Health Research and draws on organisational, cognitive and health psychology. Other research interests include community participation and resistance in development interventions and the role of social identity in women's empowerment initiatives.

Teaching Summary
Contributes to teaching on the UCL undergraduate medical degree and MSc programmes in Social Epidemiology, Global Health, Health Psychology and Dental Public Health.
Academic Background
2010 MSc Master of Science London School of Economics and Political Science
2009 BA Hons Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Trinity College Dublin
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