Professor Anne Marie Brady PhD MSc BNS Pg Stats Pg CHSE RGN RNT
Professor Anne-Marie Brady PhD MSc BNS Pg Stats Pg CHSE RGN RNT
Head of School of Nursing & Midwifery/Professor of Nursing & Chronic Illness
School of Nursing & Midwifery
24 D'Olier Street
Trinity College Dublin
Phone: + 353 1 896 3004
Anne-Marie is currently Head of School of Nursing and Midwifery at Trinity College Dublin. She previously served as Director of Trinity Centre Practice & Healthcare Innovation & Director of Postgraduate Teaching & Learning. She has over 30 years of clinical practice, education and research experience in nursing and health care management and has worked in health care systems in Ireland, United Kingdom and the USA. Through her clinical experience, research, teaching and consultancy she had gained significant understanding of health service delivery issues in both the Irish and international context. Her research work has focused upon the development of healthcare systems and workforce development in healthcare. She has conducted research studies in collaboration with health service providers to examine issues around patient related outcomes measures, workload measurement, work conditions, practice development, patient safety and competency among health care workers. The research activity she leads is particularly concerned with alternative strategies to responding to the burden of health care around chronic illness/cancer survivorship and she is currently a co-applicant on Horizon 2020 grant ProACT on using technology to enable self-management in those with multi-morbidity. She is also Principle Investigator on a national and multi-site evaluation of personalised supports in the community and integrated care within acute hospitals for persons with dementia.