Ms. Jennifer O'Donoghue
Research Assistant, Medical Gerontology
Jennifer graduated with her B.A.H in Psychology from the National College of Ireland in 2018 and received her Master's (MSc.) in Applied Psychology from Trinity College Dublin in 2020. She has completed various independent research projects as part of her degrees, as well as in a voluntary capacity for Dublin Simon Community. Jennifer joined TrinityHaus as a research assistant on an SFI funded project: Residential long-term care and COVID-19: the role of the built environment in balancing infection control and quality of life, and is currently involved in a project with the Meath Foundation and Tallaght University Hospital, examining the link between housing conditions and the health of older people, and how these impact on TUH healthcare delivery.
Publications and Further Research Outputs
Grey T, Xidous D, O'Donoghue J, Kennelly S, O'Neill D, Universal Design for Improving Quality of Life and Enhancing COVID-19 Infection Control in Existing Residential Care Settings for Older People: Research Report, Dublin, Centre for Excellence in Universal Design, 2022, p1 - 110