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Dr. Cicely Roche
Associate Professor, Pharmacy
Academic Developer (TEP), Academic Practice

Biography

Cicely Roche joined the TCD Education for Sustainable Development project, as a Fellow in ESD, in May 2023, and is currently on secondment (September 2023) from both her Associate Professor position at the School of Pharmacy and from her TCD Education Fellow/Academic Developer position with the Centre for Academic Practice.

Cicely's key interests are in the areas of development of ethical/moral reasoning competencies, ePortfolio for experiential learning, use of curriculum design to drive competencies development, reflective practice and Programme-Focused approaches to assessment. Her PhD (2016) explored the development and evaluation of moral reasoning competencies in pharmacists, i.e. abilities underpinning decision-making through the ambiguity inherent in moral dilemmas (Roche & Thoma, 2017). She continues to research approaches to curriculum design that scaffold participants' development of competencies that support ethically defensible decision-making through ambiguity.

Dr Roche's current research explores the adaptation of this approach for use in Academic Online Modules associated with in-service placements for 4th year pharmacy students (Roche et al, 2019) and in Interprofessional Learning (FHS Dean's Innovation in Teaching Award 2018 and 2022).

Cicely joined the School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences as an Associate Professor in the Practice of Pharmacy in 2009 (Half-time).

Cicely has also worked as a Trinity Education Fellow/Academic Developer with the Centre for Academic practice (part-time) since 2016, during which time she has led on e.g.: (a) a multi-institution development of digital badges in Programme-Focussed Assessment, (b) TCD staff development initiatives on 'Reflecting on and evaluating teaching in Higher Education' and 'Embedding Reflection in the Curriculum' and (c) TCD profiling of assessment practices.

Cicely was awarded a Provost's Teaching Award in 2015, and holds an MEd in Higher Education Teaching & Learning (Roche, 2014). She also holds MSc Degrees in both Healthcare Ethics and Law (Roche & Kelliher, 2009), and in Community Pharmacy. She continues to work part-time as an employee Community Pharmacist.

She is a past President of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (PSI) (2001 to 2003), chair of the PSI Fitness to Practice Committee (Health)(2009 to 2019),founding chair and member of the Pharmacy Law and Ethics Association (Ireland) and a past member of the Boards of the Irish Medicines Board (IMB now HPRA)(2006-2011) and the Irish Centre for Continuing Pharmaceutical Education (ICCPE) (2004-2012).

Publications and Further Research Outputs

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Grimes T, McGowan E, Chipika R, Roche C., Designing an innovative and interprofessional elective module on moral reasoning, ethical practice and sustainability in healthcare, INHED 2024 Annual Scientific Meeting. Building Relationships in Health Professions Education., Dublin, Ireland, 25th January 2024, edited by INHED , 2024 Oral Presentation, 2024 URL

Roche, Cicely, Health Professions sharing their career journey 'How do you get there?, How did we got there?, and if I were you, I wouldn't start from here., Building Relationships in Health Professions Education, Dublin, 25th January 2024, 2024, INHED (Irish Network of Health Educators) Invited Talk, 2024 URL

Roche, Cicely, What is sustainability anyway? An introduction to the three pillars of sustainable healthcare., Ethics of Sustainable Healthcare, Webinar, 7th February 2024, 2024, International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) Invited Talk, 2024 URL

Presenting author: Cathy Cunningham, Authors (alphabetical order):Dunamis Akinyemi, Laine Abria, Anna Bourguignon, Thomas Connolly, Blanaid Daly, Claire Donohoe, Tamasine Grimes, Rachel Harnett, Bhavya Mugawar, Mary O'Neill, Eimear Ni Sheachnasaigh, Cicely Roche, Vidushi Sharma, Isabelle Stratton, Kathleen Yancey., ePortfolio for Experiential Learning and Competency-based Assessment in Undergraduate Healthcare Professions' Education, Body and Mind in Health Professions Education - InHED Annual Scientific Meeting 2023, Belfast, 28th-30th March 2023, 2023 Oral Presentation, 2023 URL

Jonny Johnston, Pauline Rooney, Caitriona NiShe, Jade Concannon, NIcola Byrne, Cicely Roche, Surfacing academic integrity via authentic & integrated assessment, Let's Talk About Assessment 2023: Rethinking Assessment in Higher Education, Croke Park Conference Centre, Dublin, 30 Jan 2023, 2023 Poster, 2023 TARA - Full Text

Roche, C., Abria, L., Farrell, O., Johnston. J, Penny Light, T., McKibben, A., Reast, A., & Yancey, K., ePortfolio to support professional development during experiential learning placements: Guided by students-as-partners theory, enabled through students-as-partners practice, International Journal of students as partners, 7, (2), 2023, p165 - 180, p165-180 Journal Article, 2023 URL

Dr Rangariroyashe Chipika, Dr Tamasine Grimes, Dr Cicely Roche and Dr Emer McGowan, Authentic, Innovative and Feasible: Designing Assessments for a New Module, QQI, Let"s Talk About Assessment 2023: Rethinking Assessment in Higher Education, Dublin, 30th January 20233, edited by QQI , QQI, 2023 Poster, 2023 TARA - Full Text URL

Roche, Cicely; Jameson, Grainne; Gardiner, Clair, Assessment of graduate attributes: priming for & observing elective vaccines debates., Lets talk about Assessment, Let's Talk About Assessment 2023: Rethinking Assessment in Higher Education, Croke park, Dublin, 30th January, 2023, edited by Quality & Qualifications Ireland (QQI) , 2023 Poster, 2023 TARA - Full Text

Kelliher, F & Roche, C, The role of ChatGPT in business ethics education: friend or foe., Irish Academy of Management Conference 2023, Galway, 22nd-24th August,, 2023 Oral Presentation, 2023

Roche, Cicely, Grimes, Tamasine, Kavanagh, Jack, Guinan, Emer, Guided by theory, grounded in practice: evidence-based development of teaching resources for multisite interprofessional education, Belfast, Trinity College Dublin, 2023, p1 - 15 Report, 2023 TARA - Full Text

Johnston, J.; Rooney, P.; Ni She, C.; O'Darrell, C.; Roche, C., Podcasts: taking educational enhancement conversations online?, Irish Learning Technology Association/ 'EdTech' annual conference, University College Cork, 26-27 May 2022, edited by ILTA review panel , 2022 Poster, 2022

Roche, Cicely; Abria, Laine; Bourguignon, Anna; Clarke, Leonie; Connolly, Thomas; Cunningham, Cathy; Daly, Blanaid; Donohoe, Claire; Grimes, Tamasine; Harnett, Rachel; Mugawar, Bhavya; Ni Sheachnasaigh, Eimear; O'Neill, Mary; Ramkalawan, Krista-Marie; Sharma, Vidushi; Stratton, Isabelle; Yancey, Kathleen. , ePortfolio for experiential reflection: student-led competence assessment., Strengthening strategic partnership to effect system change: QQI 10th Anniversary Conference, Dublin (Croke park Conference Centre), 18th October 2022, 2022 Poster, 2022

Kearney, Maeve; Roche, Cicely; Poole, Claire., Promoting Professional Judgement through peer debate in radiation therapy undergraduate curriculum, Technical Innovations & Patient Support in Radiation Oncology, 2022, p11 Journal Article, 2022 DOI

Roche, Cicely, Prescription for Purposeful Adaptation of Professionalism-and-Ethics Teaching Strategies for Remote Delivery., Pharmacy, 9(1), (55), 2021, p1-13 Journal Article, 2021 DOI TARA - Full Text

Roche, C & O'Farrell, C., Evidencing and assessing troublesome attributes across the professional disciplines. , INHED - Irish Network of HealthCare Educators, Preparing students for the complexities of practice and transformative experiences, Trinity College Dublin, February 13th - 14th, 2020 Oral Presentation, 2020 URL

Ryan, T.J.; Grimes, T.; Henman, M.C.; Sheachnasaigh, E.N.; O'Dwyer, M.; Roche, C.; Ryder, S.A.; Sasse, A.; Walsh, J.J. & D'Arcy, D.M, Design and Implementation of an Integrated Competency-Focused Pharmacy Programme: A Case Report., Pharmacy, 7, (3), 2019, pdoi.org/10.3390/pharmacy703012 Journal Article, 2019 DOI

Roche C., Flood, M, Lynch, M. & Sahm, L., Balancing Assessment with "In-Service Practical Training": A Case Report on Collaborative Curriculum Design for Delivery in the Practice Setting, Pharmacy, 7, (3), 2019, p1-25 Journal Article, 2019 DOI

Codes of Conduct/ Ethics in pharmacy practice in, editor(s)Zaheer-Ud-Din Babar Section Editor: Zubin Austin , ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PHARMACY PRACTICE AND CLINICAL PHARMACY, United Kingdom, Elsevier, 2019, pp1-29 , [Roche, Cicely] Book Chapter, 2019

Cicely Roche Tamasine Grimes, Jack Kavanagh & Emer Guinan,, Spotlight on role-play and peer interaction in dilemma resolution: a Neo-Kohlbergian approach to Interprofessional education, Working With Others, Ballymascanlon, Ireland, 15th October, 2019 Oral Presentation, 2019 URL TARA - Full Text

Cicely Roche, Rubrics in support of Learning and assessment: how to design and integrate to curriculum planning., New frontiers in educational and curriculum development, Leeds, UK, 14th & 15th November, 2019 Oral Presentation, 2019 URL

Roche, Cicely, From Competencies to Public Health, Health Outcomes and Social Pharmacy, Belgrade, 23-24 March 2018, 2018 Oral Presentation, 2018 URL

Roche, Cicely, New and innovative health technologies for enhanced public health - challenges and ethical issues. (Plenary Session)., Emerging technologies in Healthcare, Belgrade, Serbia, 17th August,, 2017, European Society for Philosophy of Medicine and Healthcare Invited Talk, 2017 URL

Roche C, Thoma SJ., Insights from the Defining Issues Test on Moral Reasoning Competencies Development in Community Pharmacists., American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education., 7, (3), 2017, p1 - 19 Journal Article, 2017 URL

Roche C, Radomski M, Grimes T, Thoma SJ. , Promoting Peer Debate in Pursuit of Moral Reasoning Competencies Development: Spotlight on Educational Intervention Design., Innovations in Pharmacy, 8, (4), 2017, p1 - 14 Journal Article, 2017 URL

Aziz C, Grimes T, Deasy E, Roche C, Compliance with the Health Information and Quality Authority of Ireland National Standard for Patient Discharge Summary Information -A Retrospective Study in Secondary Care, European Journal of Hospital Pharmacy, 23, 2016, p272 - 277 Journal Article, 2016 URL DOI

Roche, C., Thoma, SJ., Wingfield, J., Grimes, T., Radomski, M., Spotlight on Moral Reasoning: a blended learning approach to CPD that demonstrates measurable improvement in relevant competencies, 7th All Ireland Pharmacy Conference, Ballymascanlon, Ireland, 27th January, 2015 Oral Presentation, 2015

Roche, C. & Kelliher, F., Giving 'best advice': Proposing a Framework of Community Pharmacist Professional Judgement Formation., Pharmacy, Special Issue: Rural and Regional Pharmacy Education and Leadership., 2, (1), 2014, p74 - 85 Journal Article, 2014 URL

Roche, C., 'Addiction Pharmacy' and the professionalisation process: technology-enhanced assessment of reflective practice and teamwork., Pharmacy, Special Issue: Online Learning., 2, (2), 2014, p175 - 194 Journal Article, 2014 URL

Roche, C., Thoma, S. & Wingfield, J., From Workshop to E-Learning: Using Technology-Enhanced "Intermediate Concept Measures" As a Framework for Pharmacy Ethics Education and Assessment, Pharmacy. Special Issue: eLearning, 2, (2), 2014, p137 - 160 Journal Article, 2014 URL

Kelliher, F & Roche, C., I wish I was there: Emulating the sense of 'being' in an eClassroom., Irish Academy of Management, University of Limerick, Sept 3rd-5th, 2014 Conference Paper, 2014

Roche, C, Can we teach professional judgement and reasoning? Experiences from research and practice., A professional update day for academics and pharmacy trainers, Birmingham, England, 9th September, 2014 Oral Presentation, 2014

Roche, Cicely., Online assessment incorporating reflective practice and teamwork: Technology-Enhanced Learning in the final semester., Blackboard European teaching and learning conference, Birmingham, April, 2013 Oral Presentation, 2013 URL

Roche, C. & Kelliher, F., Educating community pharmacists: exploring influences on professional judgement formation in a commercial environment., Irish Academy of Management, WIT Waterford, Sept 2-4, 2013 Conference Paper, 2013

Roche, Cicely, The professionalization of pharmacist students in the final semester: a 'blended learning' approach to assessment of reflective practice and teamwork following workshops with external practitioners, The International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) 73rd World Congress., Dublin, September, 2013 Oral Presentation, 2013

Roche, Cicely, Development and assessment of moral reasoning competencies: a blended learning approach to dilemma review and resolution, The International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) 73rd World Congress., Dublin, 2013 Poster, 2013

Roche, Cicely., In Pursuit of Excellence: Facilitating 'Right Advice' in Retail Pharmacy Practice., Irish Academy of Management, Sept 2-4, 2013 Poster, 2013

Roche, Cicely, Technology enhanced pharmacy education: Using the virtual learning environment to support the development of professional attributes., the FIP Centennial Congress of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2012., Amsterdam, October 2012, 2012 Poster, 2012

Cicely Roche, FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT FOR 'GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES': TECHNOLOGY-ENHANCED LEARNING IN THE FIRST SEMESTER., Edulearn12 Proceedings. Barcelona, Spain., Online, (July 2nd - 4th), 2012, p5129 - 5137 Journal Article, 2012 TARA - Full Text

Roche, Cicely & Gallagher, Paul., Developing Moral Reasoning skills in the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), AMEE Association of Medical Education, Glasgow, September, 2010 Poster, 2010

Roche, Cicely, ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN HEALTHCARE: Residential Care: Pharmacist dilemmas and issues of 'covert' medication., Irish Pharmacy Journal, 89, (June-August), 2010, p203 - 2204 Journal Article, 2010 URL

Roche, Cicely, ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN HEALTHCARE: Children and the Law: Dispensing Prescriptions to Minors, Irish Pharmacy Journal, 88, (1,2 & 3; Jan - March), 2010, p168 - 169 Journal Article, 2010 URL

Roche, Cicely, ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN HEALTHCARE: Collegiality Challenged, Irish Pharmacy Journal, 87, (5, 6 & 7. May-July), 2009, p92 - 92 Journal Article, 2009 URL

Sahm, L., MacCurtain, A., Hayden, J., Roche, C & Richards, H.L., Electronic reminders to improve medication adherence - are they acceptable to the patient?, Pharm World Sci, 31, (6), 2009, p627 - 629 Journal Article, 2009

Roche, Cicely, ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN HEALTHCARE: Link Selling., Irish Pharmacy Journal, 87, (8, 9 & 10. Aug - Oct), 2009, p122 - 123 Journal Article, 2009 URL

Roche, Cicely, ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN HEALTHCARE: Research Ethics and the Ethics of Research., Irish Pharmacy Journal, 87, (2 & 3), 2009, p52 - 52 Journal Article, 2009 URL

Roche, Cicely, ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN HEALTHCARE: Capacity: the pharmacist's judgement of the ability to decide, Irish Pharmacy Journal, 86 & 87, (12 & 1), 2009, p22 - 23 Journal Article, 2009 URL

Roche, Cicely & Kelliher, Felicity, Exploring the Patient Consent Process in Community Pharmacy Practice, Journal of Business Ethics, 86, (1), 2009, p91 - 99 Journal Article, 2009 URL

Roche, Cicely, Ethical and legal Issues in healthcare: Is pharmacy a profession?, Irish Pharmacy Journal, (November/December), 2009, p144 - 144 Journal Article, 2009 URL

Roche, Cicely., ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN HEALTHCARE: The ethics of resource management in Pharmacy., Irish Pharmacy Journal, 86, (7), 2008, p170 - 171 Journal Article, 2008 URL

Roche, Cicely., ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN HEALTHCARE: Duty of Care in Matters of Confidentiality and Privacy., Irish Pharmacy Journal, 86, (4), 2008, p81 - 82 Journal Article, 2008 URL

Roche, Cicely., ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN HEALTHCARE: Balancing Paternalism and Autonomy in professional practice. , Irish Pharmacy Journal, 86, (5 ), 2008, p122- Journal Article, 2008 TARA - Full Text URL

Roche, Cicely., ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN HEALTHCARE: Professional Judgement, Irish Pharmacy Journal, 86, (8 & 9), 2008, p202 - 203 Journal Article, 2008 URL

Roche, Cicely., ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN HEALTHCARE: The right not to know: Issues in genetic testing, Irish Pharmacy Journal, 86, (6), 2008, p142 - 143 Journal Article, 2008 TARA - Full Text URL

Roche, Cicely, ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN HEALTHCARE: Standards of Care and the 'Best Interests' principle, Irish Pharmacy Journal, 86, (10 & 11), 2008, p208 - 210 Journal Article, 2008 URL

Roche, Cicely., ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN HEALTHCARE: Conscientious Objection: the right to refuse to dispense. , Irish Pharmacy Journal, 86, (2), 2008, p18 - 19 Journal Article, 2008 URL

Roche, Cicely., ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN HEALTHCARE: The doctrine of double effect: implications for end-of-life healthcare. , Irish Pharmacy Journal, 86, (3), 2008, p48 - 49 Journal Article, 2008 URL

Roche, Cicely., ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN HEALTHCARE: What is a prescription?, Irish Pharmacy Journal, 85 & 86, (12 & 1), 2007, p492 - 492 Journal Article, 2007 TARA - Full Text URL

Roche, C, Does co-location of prescribers and dispensers in Primary Care compromise the patient's right to consent?, Irish Pharmacy Journal, 85, (5), 2006, p142 - 146 Journal Article, 2006

Kelliher, Cicely, An Evaluation of the Advent of Computers in Irish Community Pharmacy, Irish Pharmacy Journal, 63, (4), 1985, p123 - 124 Journal Article, 1985

Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications

Roche C., Grimes T., Conscientious Objection by Pharmacists: Protection of Life During Pregnancy Act, 2013, IPU Review, September 2013., 2013, p20 - 22 Journal Article, 2013 URL

Roche, Cicely, Online assessment incorporating reflective practice and teamwork: Technology-Enhanced Learning in the final semester., EdTech 2013, University College Cork, May, 2013 Oral Presentation, 2013

Roche, Cicely., Challenging the 21st Century Learner:Supporting the development of reasoning competencies, Dublin eLearning Summer School, Dublin DIT, June, 2011 Oral Presentation, 2011

Roche, Cicely., Is Irish Pharmacy ready for MURs? , IPU Review, September, 2008, p32 - 35 Journal Article, 2008

Roche, Cicely., Cholesterol testing in Demand? , Counterintelligence online, February, 2008, p4 Journal Article, 2008

Research Expertise

Description

Education for Sustainable Development, Trinity College Dublin ESD Project 2023-current. Moral reasoning Competencies Development in Community Pharmacists in Ireland. (PhD thesis). Professional ethics education as proposed in 'Moral Development in the Professions: Psychology and Applied Ethics' (Rest & Narvaez, 1994) incorporates the Four Component Model (FCM) of morality, namely moral sensitivity, reasoning , motivation and implementation, as interactive elements in the development of a professional (Bebeau & Monson, 2008; Bebeau, 2002; Bebeau & Thoma, 1999). Moral reasoning, which reviews the development of moral reasoning competencies, as measured by a psychometric measure known as the DIT2 (Rest et al, 1999a, 1999b), following educational intervention(s) incorporating profession-specific dilemmas, is a key area of interest for both research and teaching/mentoring student development. Research in other professions, e.g. dentistry (Bebeau, 2002) and business (Jones, 2008), indicates that even relatively short profession-specific educational programmes (referred to as an intervention for the purposes of this research) can lead to significant improvements in moral reasoning competencies, especially when the design, development and delivery of the intervention is context-appropriate. The Professional Role Orientation Inventory, a measure of professional Identity formation, has been adapted for the pharmacy profession and is being investigated as a potential tool for use by practicing pharmacists and for evaluation of student development. ePortfolio for experiential learning is a further area of research currently being progressed - with the support of a FHS teaching innovation award Cicely leads a multidisciplinary team, involving students and staff/preceptors in Pharmacy, Medicine and Dentistry, the project explores how ePortfolio for experiential learning might further address competence assessment challenges in Sophister health professional curriculums.

Projects

  • Title
    • ePortfolio for experiential learning

Keywords

Education for Sustainable Development; Education research; Moral reasoning competencies development; Neo-Kohlbergian theory; Pharmacy; Professional Development and Reflective Practice; professional Identity Formation; Professionalism and Ethics; Programme Focussed Assessment

Recognition

Representations

Ethics Advisory Group Member, International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) - current 2023 - ongoing

MPharm Integrated Programme Academic Online Module year 4 Implementation Group Lead (TCD/ UCC/ RCSI Collaboration) 2018- ongoing

Irish Institute of Pharmacy Peer Support Pharmacist and variously programme accreditation Committee Chair and member (e.g. Vaccination Services training Programmes for Pharmacists, Care of the Elderly) 2013 - ongoing

MPharm integrated Programme Academic Online Module Development group (TCD/ UCC/ RCSI collaboration): TCD representative 2016-2018

Chair, Fitness to Practice - Committee of Inquiry (Health), Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland 2009 to December 2018

Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland: Accreditation Standards development (Level 8, Level 9 and 5-year integrated programmes)... Joint TCD-UCC-RCSI nominee to the Expert group. 2010-2015

Chair, Pharmacy Law and Ethics Association 2010-2013

Chair, Joint working group PSI/ICCPE/HSE/DoH, Engagement of pharmacists in Joint Continuing Education initiatives 2008-2012

Irish Centre for Continuing Pharmaceutical Education (Board Member) 2004-2012

Irish Medicines Board (Board Member) 2006 -2011

President, Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland 2001-2003

Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland - Core Competency Framework Development Group 2011

Asthma Society of Ireland Medical Committee 2002-2016

President, Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland Benevolent Fund (Reg. CHY) 2004-2012

Director, Pharmacy Bevenvolent Fund (Reg CHY) 2012-2013

Director, Gorey Educational Trust Ltd (Reg. CHY) 2003 to current

Awards and Honours

FHS Deans Award 2024. Centre for Sustainable Healthcare - Nuala Hampson: i) Principles of Sustainable Healthcare and (ii) Embedding Sustainability in the Curriculum. [Webinars on March 27th/ April 17th 2024 Jan 2024

Best Conference Paper, Irish Academy of Management (and Best paper in IAM Teaching and Learning strand). [The role of ChatGPT in business ethics education: friend or foe., ] 2023

TCD Fellow in Education for Sustainable Development May 2023- current

FHS Visiting Professor Award 2023. Collaboration with Dr Maria Allinson, Keele University: Using creativity in teaching to build resilience in future healthcare professionals (June 2023) 2023

Dean's Innovation in Teaching Award: ePortfolio for experiential reflection: student-led competence assessment. Showcase event May 2023 St James Hospital. Student-led focus groups, Prof Yancey, May-June 2023. [Lead Dr Cicely Roche - Schools of Pharmacy, Medicine and Dentistry, faculty-student partnership collaboration)] 2022

Dean's Innovation in Teaching Award: Interprofessional education - development of a module suitable as an elective [Lead: Dr Emer McGowan] 2022

FHS Visiting Professor award 2022. Collaboration with Prof Steve Thoma, University of Alabama: The Four Component Model of Moral Functioning - implications for Professional Development (Lecture and meetings, 22nd & 23rd September 2022) September 2022

Teaching Hero Award 2021 [National Forum for the enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education] https://openbadgefactory.com/v1/assertion/a800a6a9618ac15e0fdb2336ceee1a606c48c69c 2021

Deans Innovation in Teaching Award: eLearning package for development of healthcare student' resilience [Lead applicant Dr Louise Gallagher] 2019

FHS Visiting Professor award 2018 Collaboration with Prof Zubin Austin, University of Toronto: Professional identity: who do you/ they think you/they are? (Two-day masterclass, 20th and 21st June 2019) June 2019

Royal Irish Academy Charlemont Scholar: University of Toronto, May-June 2017 (Sponsor Prof Zubin Austin] 2017

Dean's Teaching Innovation Award, Faculty of Health Sciences: A multidisciplinary approach to moral reasoning competencies development. (Lead: Dr Cicely Roche - Faculty-student partnership with Dr Tamasine Grimes, Dr Emer Guinan and Mr Jack Kavanagh) June 2017

Trinity Education Project Fellow [Trinity Education Project] 2016-2017

Provost's teaching award, Trinity College Dublin. 2015

Best Conference Paper, Irish Academy of Management (and Best paper in IAM Teaching and Learning strand). I wish I was there: Emulating the sense of 'being' in an eClassroom. 2014

Irish Academy of Management Conference 'Best Poster Presentation'. In Pursuit of Excellence: Facilitating 'Right Advice' in Retail Pharmacy Practice. [Irish Management Institute (IMI) Awardf] 2013

Elected to serve as President of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland Oct 2001 & Oct 2002

Roches Pharmacy Gorey won the Excellence Ireland Foundation Mark National Award. (Integrated QA & continuous improvement system.) Sept 2004

Memberships

FIP (International Pharmaceutical Federation) Ethics Advisory Group. Established 2023. 2023 – current

Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland 1984 – current

Reviewer, Journal of Business Ethics 2011 – current

Member of the Pharmacy Law and Ethics Association (Ireland) 2010 – current

Member of the Pharmacy Law and Ethics Association (UK) 2008 – current

Reviewer: Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 2017 – current