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Dr. Aisling Ni Shuilleabhain
Adjunct Teaching Fellow, Public Health & Primary Care

Publications and Further Research Outputs

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Ni Shuilleabhain, Barry, J., Kelly, A., O'Kelly, F., Darker, C., & O'Dowd, T. , Alcohol consumption in pregnancy: results from the general practice setting, Irish Journal of Medical Science, 183, (2), 2014, p231 - 240 Journal Article, 2014 DOI

Ni Shuilleabhain A, O'Dowd T, Handy D, Kelly A, Reconfiguring a hospital towards general practice : the case of Peamount, Irish Journal of Medical Science, 2008 Journal Article, 2008 DOI

Ni Shuilleabhain A, O'Kelly M, O'Kelly F, O'Dowd T, Limited options: a report on GP access to services, Irish Journal of Medical Science, 176, (1), 2007, p27 - 32 Journal Article, 2007

Aisling Ni Shuilleabhain, Limited Options: a Report on GP Access to Services, Irish Journal of Medical Sciences, 176, (1), 2007, p27 - 32 Journal Article, 2007 DOI

Research Expertise


Clinical research in primary care. Career paths / plans of young GPs. Contraception. Alcohol use. Patient access to healthcare.


  • Title
    • Measurement of Alcohol Consumption in Pregnancy
  • Summary
    • This project has two aims. The first is to ascertain alcohol use among pregnant women, by means of a self-completed questionnaire. 15 GP training practices from the Trinity / HSE GP training scheme are recruiting 20 patients each, giving a total cohort of 300 women. The second aim is to look at the feasibility of conducting this type of research in primary care. The 15 practices have been divided into three groups of five, with a different methodology for each group. These will be compared and the result will inform the methodology used in a proposed national study of alcohol use in pregnancy.
  • Funding Agency
    • HSE
  • Date From
    • May 2006
  • Date To
    • June 2008
  • Title
    • Diminishing Options: A Report on GP Access to Services
  • Title
    • Reconfiguring a Hospital Towards General Practice: the case of Peamount.
  • Funding Agency
    • Peamount Hospital


ALCOHOL; Community health and general practice; CONTRACEPTION; Diabetes and diabetic complications; Health attitudes and behaviour; Health status and inequalities; Irish female general practitioners; PREGNANCY; Primary care



Irish College of General Practitioners Nov 2004

Royal College of Physicians in Ireland Feb 2003