Gail joined the Department of Public Health and Primary Care, School of Medicine in 2016 as a research assistant on a project conducting a process evaluation of the National Clinical Programmes in Ireland. She obtained her undergraduate Psychology (Hons) Degree from the Open University. She has completed a Masters in Applied Social Research in the Trinity College Dublin School of Social Work and Social Policy.
Gail is currently a PhD candidate and her top
ic of research is sedentary behaviour. She has used mixed-methodology in her research project. She will conduct a cluster randomised controlled pilot study testing the feasibility and acceptability of a theory-led multicomponent intervention to reduce workplace sedentary behaviour in males as part of her PhD research. Her research interests include sedentary behaviour, physical activity and public health.