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One way of sharing the research Family Carers Ireland is involved with is through peer-reviewed journal publications. Publishing in appropriate journals can contribute to public discussions on care and caring and can make our work visible to interested readers.
Gallagher, S., Daynes-Kearney, R., Bowman-Grangel, A., Dunne, N., & McMahon, J. (2022). Life satisfaction, social participation and symptoms of depression in young adult carers: evidence from 21 European countries. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth, 27(1), 60-71.
Lafferty, A., Phillips, D., Dowling‐Hetherington, L., Fahy, M., Moloney, B., Duffy, C., Paul, G., Fealy, G. & Kroll, T. (2021). Colliding worlds: Family carers’ experiences of balancing work and care in Ireland during the COVID‐19 pandemic. Health & Social Care in the Community.
Ní Shé, É., Cassidy, J., Davies, C., De Brún, A., Donnelly, S., Dorris, E., Dunne, N., Egan, K., Foley, M., Galvin, M., Harkin, M. et al (2020). Minding the gap: identifying values to enable public and patient involvement at the pre-commencement stage of research projects. Research Involvement and Engagement, 6(1), 1-10.
Phillips, D., Paul, G., Fahy, M., Dowling-Hetherington, L., Kroll, T., Moloney, B., Duffy, C., Fealy, G., & Lafferty, A. (2020). The invisible workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic: Family carers at the frontline. HRB open research, 3, 24.