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Publications

O’Shea, E. (2006) Developing a healthy ageing policy for Ireland: the view from below. Health Policy. 76, 93-105.

Murphy, K., O’Shea E., Cooney, A., Shiel, A., Hodgins, M. (2006) Improving Quality of Life of Older People in Long-Stay Care Settings in Ireland. National Council on Ageing and Older People. Dublin.

Walsh, K., Nic Gabhainn, S. (2006). Absence of Seasonal Effects in Irish HBSC Data. National Institute of Health Sciences Research Bulletin, 3;3, ISSN: 1649-0681

O’Shea, E., in E. O’Dell (ed). (2006) Public policy for dependent older people in Ireland: review and reform. Older People in Modern Ireland: Essays on Law and Policy. Dublin: First Law.

O’Shea, E., Gillespie, P. (2006) Health policy in Ireland, in: Healy, S., Reynolds, B., Collins, M. (eds) Social policy in Ireland, Dublin: The Liffey Press, pp. 271-295.

O’Shea, E. as part of the MHEEN Group, lead author D. McDaid, (2006) Meeting the challenge of funding and allocating resources to mental health across Europe: developing the Mental Health Economics European Network. Epidemiologia e Psichiatria Sociale, 15, 2.

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E. (2006). Voluntary Care of Older People – The Role of the Volunteer. Prepared for the HSE Voluntary Care for Older People Committee.

O’Shea, E in S. Healy, B. Reynolds and M. Collins (eds) with P. Gillespie, (2006). Health Policy in Ireland. Social Policy in Ireland.

O’Shea, E. (2006) An economic and social evaluation of the Senior Help Line in Ireland, Ageing and Society, 26, 267-284.

Kelly, C., Nic Gabhainn, S., Molcho, M., Walsh, K. (2006). Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children: A World Health Organisation Collaborative Cross-National Study. National Institute of Health Sciences Research Bulletin, 3;3, ISSN: 1649-0681.

O' Shea, E., Olsen, J.A., Donaldson, C., Shackley, P. (2006) Implicit versus explicit ranking: on inferring ordinal preferences for health care programmes based on differences in willingness to pay, Journal of Health Economics, 24, pp 990-996 (as part of Euro Will Group)

Kennedy, N., Stokes, E., O’Shea, E., Brendan Murphy, T., Bresnihan, B., FitzGerald, O. (2007) Inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation for patients with rheumatoid arthritis: a clinical and economic assessment. Journal of Medical Economics Jan 2007, Vol. 10, No. 4, Pages 515-528: 515-528.

Gannon, B., Kennelly, B. and E. O’Shea. Eliciting Preferences for Resource Allocation in Mental Health Care in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2007-06.

Gannon, B., Layte, R., McGregor, P., Madden, D., Nolan, A. O’Neill, C. and S. Smith (Ed.), (2007). The Provision and Use of Health Services, Health Inequalities and Health and Social Gain.

Callan, A. Technological Interventions in the Social Care of Older Adults: The Current and Future Potential. WP-ICSG-2007-10

Paul, G.M., Smith, S.M., Whitford, D.L., O’Shea, E., O’Kelly, F., O’Dowd, T. (2007) Peer support in type 2 diabetes: a randomised controlled trial in primary care with parallel economic and qualitative analyses: pilot study and protocol. BMC Family Practice, 8:45.

O’Shea, E. (2007) Towards a strategy for older people in Ireland. Irish Medical Journal, 100, 8.

Gannon, B. Decomposition models and unobserved heterogeneity: An application to Wages, Disability and Age. WP-ICSG-2007-03.

Gannon, B., Kennelly, B. O’Shea E. and E. Hudson. Comparing Explicit and Implicit Rankings in Willingness-to-Pay for Mental Health Care. WP-ICSG-2007-07.

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E. (2007) A social-audit of assistive technology for older adults in Ireland. Prepared for the Technology Research for Independent Living project team and Intel Corporation.

McLean, A. (2007). Dementia Care as a Moral Enterprise: A Call for a Return to the Sanctity of Lived Time. Alzheimer’s Care Today (formerly Alzheimer’s Care Quarterly) 8(4):360-372.

O’Shea, E. as part of MHEEN Group, lead author M. Knapp (2007) Financing mental health care. Journal of Mental Health, 16, 2.

Gannon, B. and J. Roberts (University of Sheffield) Part-time work and Health among Older Workers in Ireland and Britain. WP-ICSG-2007-01.

Gannon, B., O’Shea, E. and E. Hudson. Cost of Illness of Falls and Fractures in the over 65s in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2007-04.

Gannon. B. with B. Nolan (2007) The impact of disability transitions on social inclusion, Social Science and Medicine, 64(7): 1425-1437.

Murphy, K., O’Shea, E., Cooney, A. (2007) Quality of life for older people living in long-stay settings in Ireland, Journal of Clinical Nursing 16, 11, pp 2167-2177

Walsh, K. and O’Shea, E. The Older Adult Activity Group: Contributions to Members and the Community. WP-ICSG-2007-08.

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E (2007) The Third Age Foundation - An Assessment of Role and Contributions. Prepared for the Third Age Foundation.

O’Shea, E. as part of MHEEN Group, lead author C. Curran. (2007) Mental health and employment: an overview of patterns and policies across Western Europe. Journal of Mental Health, 16, 2.

Wallace, M., Murphy, K., Cooney, A., O’Shea, E. (2007) A profile of Irish and U.S. nursing homes: evidence for change. Applied Nursing Research. 20, 3, 158-160.

Gannon, B. and M. Munley (University of North Carolina) Age and Disability in Ireland: Is there wage discrimination? WP-ICSG-2007-02.

Culllinan, J., Lyons, S. (ESRI) and B. Gannon. Estimating the Cost of Disability in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2007-05.

Gannon. B with B. Nolan (2007) Transitions in disability and work, Estudios de Economia Aplicada, 25(2).

Walsh, K. et al. A Socio-Ethnographic Audit of Assistive Technology for Older Adults in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2007-09.

Murphy, K, O’Shea E., Cooney, A., Casey, D. (2007) Enhancing the Quality of Life of Older People with a Disability in Ireland. National Council on Ageing and Older People, Dublin.

O’Shea, E. as part of MHEEN Group, lead author D. McDaid (2007) Moving beyond the mental health care system: an exploration of the interfaces between health and non-health sectors. Journal of Mental Health, 16, 2.

Bailey C, Cogan L, Cunningham C, Roberts S (2008) “I fell out of my standing”: Falls narratives and the Language of Ageing - in preparation for book collection of conference papers for 6th International Symposium on Cultural Gerontology Extending Time, Emerging Realities, Imagining Response (LLeida, Spain, October 2008)

Carney, G. and O’Shea E. “Finding solutions in the social economy: examining the potential of older people as social entrepreneurs” WP-ICSG-2008-18

McLean, A. The Fear of Dementia: the threat to full citizenship, WP-ICSG-2008-03

O’Shea. E., Gannon. B., Kennelly, B. (2008) Eliciting preferences for resource allocation in mental health care in Ireland. Health Policy. 88: 359-370

Bailey, C. Older Persons, Falls and Use of Home Space.WP-ICSG-2008-22

McLean, A., Traversing Dynamic Zones of Visibility and Invisibility in Person-Environment Relations: Implications for understanding intergroup penetration and identity (trans)/formation, WP-ICSG-2008-07

O’Shea, E. with K. Murphy et al. (2008) End-of-life Care for Older People in Acute and Long-Stay Care Settings in Ireland. Dublin, National Council on Ageing and Older People. Click here to download Report

Walsh. K., O’Shea. E. (2008) Responding to rural social care needs: older people empowering themselves, others and their community. Health and Place, 14, 795-803.

Gannon, B and Cullinan, J. Exploring the relationship between cost of disability and standard of living. WP-ICSG-2008-11

Callan, A., Willingness to Pay for Technology. Findings from an Irish Pilot Study WP-ICSG-2008-15

McLean, A., Bergin and Garvey. (2008) Beyond the Institution: Dementia Care and the Promise of the Green House Project, in Jay Sokolovsky, ed., in The Cultural Context of Aging: Worldwide Perspectives, 3rd edition. Westport, CT.

Walsh, K. et al. (2008). Cluster Randomisation and Design Effects in School Surveys: An Exploration of the Irish Health Behaviours in School Aged Children Data. Health Intelligence Research and Projects Supplement: National Institute of Health Sciences Research Bulletin, 4;4.

Gannon, B. (2008) The influence of economic incentives on reported disability status, Health Economics 18: 743–759. doi: 10.1002/hec.1399

Carney, G. “After the Celtic Tiger: Can Social Partnership Innovate to Cater for an Ageing Population” to be presented at the Irish Social Science Platform conference, Dublin, September 2008. WP-ICSG-2008-19

McLean, A. Sustaining Personhood in the Community: Visible and Invisible Resources, WP-ICSG-2008-04

Murphy, K., Cooney, A., O’Shea, E. (2008) Managers’ perspectives of quality of life for older people living in long-stay care in Ireland: is it time for a bill of rights? Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 34, 3.

Ní Léime A. The Management of Dying and Death in Acute and Long-Stay Care Settings in Ireland: Communication, Culture and Care. WP-ICSG-2008-23

O’Shea, E. and Walsh, K. The Role of Migrant Health and Social Care Workers in Ageing Societies: The Irish Context. WP-ICSG-2008-08

Walsh, K.,Waldmann, T. (2008) The influence of nursing home residency on the capacities of low-dependency older adults, Ageing & Mental Health 12:5, 528-535.

Ni Leime, A. and O’Shea, E., Impact of participation in creative activity on well-being and community participation among older adults in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2008-12

Carney, G. “Strategies for Engagement in a Globalised World: Human Rights and Older People in the Republic of Ireland” WP-ICSG-2008-16

Gannon, B. and K. Walsh ‘Neighbourhood context and the onset of disability among older people in Ireland’ WP-ICSG-2008-01.

Gannon, B., O’Shea E. (2008) Survey of Health Ageing and Retirement in Europe, First Results for Ireland. UCD: Dublin (with Harmon, C., Delaney, L., Kennedy, J., Kelleher C.).

Gannon. B. (2008) Total factor productivity growth of hospitals in Ireland: A non-parametric approach, Applied Economics Letters, 15(2).

Bailey C, Sheehan C, Mclean A ‘Older Adults, ICT and Technology: Users’ Perspectives’ conference proceedings from Centre for Excellence in Universal Design, Launch Conference, Dublin 2007 WP-ICSG-2008-20

McLean, A. Homeliness - Smart home: Independence or isolation for the elderly? WP-ICSG-2008-05

Casey, D., Murphy, K., Cooney, A., O’Shea, E. (2008) Patient perceptions having suffered a stroke in Galway. British Journal of Community Nursing. 13 (8), 384-390.

Gannon, B. Davin B. Use of formal and informal care services among older people in Ireland and France. WP-ICSG-2008-24

Walsh, K. Ageing & Imprisonment: Inmate, Institution and Community Perspectives. WP-ICSG-2008-09

Mclean, A., Ethical Frontiers of ICT with Older Users: Issues of Homeliness. WP-ICSG-2008-13

Carney, G. and McLean, A. “Nurturing Wisdom in an Information Society” WP-ICSG-2008-17

Carney, G. (2008) 'Data, Anecdote and Metaphor in Gender Equality Policy-Making: Merging Intellectual and Real World Mainstreaming' in Carver, T. and Pikalo, J. (eds.) Politics, Language and Metaphor. London: Routledge

McLean, A.(with Pendergast, D.) Technology Research for Independent Living, WP-ICSG-2008-02

O’Shea, E., Kennelly, B. (2008) The Economics of Mental Health Care in Ireland. Dublin: Mental Health Commission

O’Shea, E., Gannon, B., Hudson, E. (2008) Economic consequences of falls and fractures among older people in Ireland. Irish Medical Journal 101,.6.

Bailey C et al Place matters!: Experiential Environments and Technologies for Independent Living, in preparation for Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference, London, August 2008 WP-ICSG-2008-21

McLean, A. (with Roberts, S.) Environmental Press of “Empty” Space and Visibility of the Null among Older Persons: Consequences for Health and Well-being, WP-ICSG-2008-06

Walsh. K., O’Shea. E, (2008) Voluntary care for older people: policy and practice concerns. Administration, 55, 137-158.

Walsh, K. Geographies of Age and Older Adult Well-Being: A Review of the Irish Context. WP-ICSG-2008-10

Carney, G. (2008) Data, anecdote and metaphor in gender equality policy-making: merging intellectual and real world mainstreaming, in Carver, T., Pikalo, J. (eds) Politics, language and metaphor. London: Routledge.

Callan, A., Health and Social Care Policy for Older People: The Irish Context. WP-ICSG-2008-14

Gannon, B. and R. Raab ‘Pensions, Financial Incentives and Retirement in Ireland’. WP-ICSG-2009-09.

Gannon, B., Cullinan, J. (2009). Ill-Health and Early Retirement in Ireland. Economics of Ageing Bulletin Issue 2: 2009. Galway: Irish Centre for Social Gerontology. National University of Ireland. Available from here.

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E. et al. (2009). Ageing Societies and Migrant Care Workers: A Global Perspective. WP-ICSG-2009-13

Raab, Roman. (2009). Financial incentives in the Austrian PAYG-pension system: Micro-estimation. International Studies Program Working Paper Series paper 0902, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University.

Cullinan, J., Gannon, B. The Impact of Ill-Health on Early Retirement Decisions in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2009-02

Murphy, K., Cooney, A., O’Shea, E., Casey, D. (2009).The determinants of quality of life for older people living with a disability in the community, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 65 (3),606-615.

Carney, G. Ageing across the lifecycle: comparing third sector lobbies in the developmental welfare state’ WP-ICSG-2009-06

Bailey, C. (with Vanessa Buckley, Research Assistant, TRIL Centre) Recruiting and retaining older persons within a home based community pilot study using movement sensors. WP-ICSG-2009-10

Gannon, B., Raab, R. (2009). Pensions in Ireland. Economics of Ageing Bulletin Issue 1: 2009. Galway: Irish Centre for Social Gerontology. National University of Ireland. Available from here

Walsh, K. and O’Shea, E. (2009). Marginalised Care: Migrant Workers Caring for Older People in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2009-14

Cullinan, J. Developing and Applying a Continuous Space Representation of a Simulated Population. WP-ICSG-2009-03

Cooney, A., Murphy, K., O’Shea, E. (2009) Resident perspectives of the determinants of quality of life in residential settings in Ireland, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 65 (5), 1029-1038.

Ní Léime, A and O’Shea, E. The impact of participating in creative activities on the quality of life and social networking for older people in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2009-07

Bailey, C. (with Ross O’Neill, Senior Engineer, TRIL Centre; Ben Dromey, Designer, TRIL Centre; Vanessa Buckley, Research Assistant, TRIL Centre) Multidiscipilinary team work and home based technologies research with older adults. WP-ICSG-2009-11

Ni Leime, A., O’Shea, E. (2009) An Evaluation of the Bealtaine Festival, Age and Opportunity, Dublin. Click here to download the evaluation

Walsh, K. (2009). The Nature and Dynamics of the Relationship between Migrant Carers and Older People. WP–ICSG-2009-15

Bailey, C., Sheehan, C. (2009) Technology, older persons’ perspectives and the anthropological ethnographic lens ALTER, European Journal of Disability. Research 3 96–109.

Walsh, K and Carney, G. Bridging the Age Gap: social entrepreneurs tackling old age marginalisation. WP-ICSG-2009-04

Payne, S., Froggatt, K., O’Shea, E., Murphy, K., Larkin, P., Casey, D., Ní Léime, A. (2009) Improving end-of-life care for older people in Ireland: a new model and framework for institutional care. Journal of Palliative Care. 25(3)

Gannon, B. and Roberts, J *. Part-time work and Health among Older workers. WP-ICSG-2009-08. * University of Sheffield

Bailey, C. Learning for social change: older people and decision making WP-ICSG-2009-12

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E. (2009) The Role of Migrant Care Workers in Ageing Societies: Context and Experience in Ireland. National Report. Available from here

Carney, G. Civic Culture as a framework for understanding ageing in diverse national contexts WP–ICSG-2009-16

Cullinan, J., Gannon, B., and O’Shea, E. Estimates of the Economic Cost of Disability for Older Persons in Ireland WP-ICSG-2009-01.

Gannon, B., Munley M. (2009) Age and disability: Explaining the wage differential, Social Science and Medicine. 2009, vol. 69, issue 1, pages 47-55

Carney, G. ‘Ageing States and Market Failure: can social entrepreneurship offer a ‘third way’? WP-ICSG-2009-05

O’Shea, E (with C. Twoomey and D. O’ Neill) Age and Ageing in Ireland. (2009) In (Palmore, Kunkel and Whittington eds). The International Handbook on Aging. CT, Greenwood Publishing Group

Gillespie, P., O’Shea, E., Murphy, AW., Smith, SM., Byrne, MC., Byrne, M., & Cupples, ME. (2010) The cost effectiveness of the SPHERE intervention for the secondary prevention of coronary heart disease. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care, 26(3)

Shutes, I., Walsh, K. Implications of personalisation models for older adult care recipients and migrant care workers. WP- ICSG-2010-011.

Raab, R. (2010) Financial incentives in the Austrian PAYG-pension system: micro-estimation, Empirica, doi: 10.1007/s10663-010-9134-3.

Bailey C (2010) ‘Not just a faller’: Tackling fear of falling through a peer sharing strategy ProFaNe Prevention of Falls Network Europe 31st March 2010

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E. (2010) Marginalised care: migrant workers caring for older people in Ireland. Journal of Population Ageing, 3:1-2, 17-37.

Scharf, T. (2010) Social policies for ageing societies: perspectives from Europe, in: C. Phillipson & D. Dannefer (eds) Handbook of Social Gerontology (New York/London: Sage) pp. 497-512.

Carney, Gemma. Deliberative democracy and institutional design: a participatory analysis of institutional contexts and decision-making strategies of the community sector in Irish social partnership’ WP-ICSG-2010-04.

O'Shea, E. (2010) Rural ageing and public policy in Ireland. In J. McDonagh, T. Varley and S. Shorthall (eds). A living Countryside: the politics of sustainable development in rural Ireland. Ashgate.

Walsh, Kieran. Exploring the Impact of Nursing Home Life: Routines, Dependency and Measurement. WP-ICSG-2010-08.

Ni Leime, A., O’Shea, E., Murphy. K., Larkin, P., Casey, D., Payne, S., Froggatt, K. (2010) End-of-life care in acute and long-stay care settings in Ireland: communication, quality of care and “a good death”. Irish Journal of Anthropology, 13: 2.,

Bailey, C., King, K., Dromey, B., Wynne, C. (2010) Fear of falling and older adult peer production of audio-visual discussion material Educational Gerontology, v36, 9 p781-797

O’Shea, E., Walsh, K. Ageing Societies and Migrant Care Workers: A Global Perspective. WP- ICSG-2010-012.

Scharf, T. (2010) Envejecer en zonas dificiles: perspective desde Inglaterra, Barcelona Metrópolis [Ageing in disadvantaged urban communities: a perspective from England], 80, pp. 70-75.

Bailey, C., Sheehan, C., Dana, J., Callan, A., King, K., O’Shea, E. (2010) TRIL ‘When I was growing up’: Ethnographic Research on Ageing in Ireland.

Carney, Gemma. ‘Clutching victory from the jaws of defeat? Management innovation in mobilizing reform of long-term care in the Republic of Ireland, submitted to Social Science and Medicine, March 2010. Currently being revised for review. WP-ICSG-2010-01.

Walsh, K., Waldmann, T. (2010) Exploring the impact of nursing home life: routines, dependency and measurement. Irish Journal of Anthropology, 13:2, 13-21.

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E., Scharf, T., Connolly, S. Maguire, C., Murray, M., Gavin, M & McDonagh, J. (2010) Older People in Rural Communities: Exploring attachment, contribution and diversity in rural Ireland and Northern Ireland. Funded by Centre for Ageing Research and Development in Ireland. Available from here

Raab, Roman. Analysing pensions and retirement using SHARE data WP-ICSG-2010-05.

Cullinan, J., Gannon, B., Lyons, S. (2010) Estimating the long run cost of disability, Health Economics DOI: 10.1002/hec.1619.

Carney, G. (2010) Citizenship and structured dependency: the implications of policy design for senior political power, Ageing and Society, 30, 229-251.

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E. Migration and Older Adult Care Policy in Ireland: Parallels, Failings and Intersections in Migrant Carers Caring for Older People. WP-ICSG-2010-09.

O’Shea, E. (2010) Fair Deal or Not. Public Affairs Ireland Journal.

Power, A., Walsh, K. Personalisation and Informal Care: Strategies, Supports and Comparisons across Disability and Ageing. WP- ICSG-2010-013.

Shepherd, G., Parsonage, M. & Scharf, T. (2010) Social inclusion: research and evidence-based practice, in: J. Boardman, A. Currie, H. Killaspy & G. Mezey (eds) Social Inclusion and Mental Health (London: Royal College of Psychiatrists) pp. 279-294

International MCW Project Team with Walsh, K., O’Shea, E. (2010) The Role of Migrant Care Workers in Ageing Societies: Report on Research Findings in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada and the Unites States. International Organisation for Migration Research Series, No 41. Available from here

Ni Leime A and Carney, Gemma. What impact have resource constraints on the capacity of community organizations to engage in collective bargaining? lessons from the Irish case.’ WP-ICSG-2010-02.

Raab, Roman. Pension coverage and social exclusion in Ireland WP-ICSG-2010-06.

Gannon, B., Davin, B. (2010) Use of formal and informal care among older people in Ireland and France, European Journal of Health Economics 11(5):499-51

Walsh, K. O’Shea, E. Migrant Care Workers in the Irish Older Adult Care Sector: Substitutes or Contributors? WP-ICSG-2010-010.

O’Shea, E., O'Donoghue, C., Meredith, D.  (2010) Postponing maternity in Ireland. Cambridge Journal of Economics, (2010) doi: 10.1093/cje/beq010 First published online: May 6, 2010.

Walsh, K., Callan, A. (2010) Perceptions, preferences, and acceptance of ICT in older-adult community care settings in Ireland: a case-study and ranked-care program analysis. Ageing International, 36:1, 102-122.

Ni Leime, A., O’Shea. E. (2010) Well into older Age – Age & Opportunity and the Evidence: what research says about the value of promoting participation of older people, Dublin, Age & Opportunity, December, 2010 Click here to download report

Carney, Gemma .The demographic bounty: older people, volunteering and social entrepreneurship. WP-ICSG-2010-03.

Walsh, K., Shutes, I. Quality of care and the relationship between migrant carers and older people. WP-ICSG-2010-07.

Carney, G., Dundon, T. & NiLeime, A. The role of Civil Society Organisations as new actors in social partnership in the Republic of Ireland. WP-ICSG-2011-09

Bailey, C. and Buckley, V. (2011), Recruiting and retaining older persons within a home-based pilot study using movement sensors. Health & Social Care in the Community, 19: 98–105. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2524.2010.00963.x

Cullinan, J., Gannon, B., O'Shea, E. (2011) The welfare implications of disability for older people in Ireland, European Journal of Health Economics doi: 10.1007/s10198-011-0357-4

Connolly, S., Rosato, M., Kinnear, K., O’Reilly, D. (2011) Variation in mortality by country of birth in Northern Ireland: a record linkage study. Health & Place 10.1016/j.healthplace.2011.03.00

Gillespie, P., O'Shea, E., Murphy, AW., Smith, SM., Byrne, MC., Byrne, M., Cupples, ME. (2011) Relative cost effectiveness of the SPHERE intervention in selected patient subgroups with existing coronary heart disease. The European Journal of Health Economics; DOI:10.1007/s10198-011-034.

Carney, G. and Ni Leime, A. (2011) Civil Society Actors in Ireland’s Developmental Welfare State: a participatory analysis of social policy reform Summary submitted to European Social Policy Association conference, March 2011. WP-ICSG-2011-02

Glynn, L., Valderas, J., Healy, P., Burke, E., Newell, J., Gillespie, P., & Murphy, A. (2011) The prevalence of multimorbidity in primary care and its effect on healthcare utilisation and cost. Family Practice (0):1–8.

O'Shea, E. with C. O'Donoghue and D. Meredith (2011) Postponing Maternity in Ireland, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 35, 1: 59-84.

Callan A., and O’Shea, E.(2011), Perceptions and expectations of older people care in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2011-06

Scharf, T. (2011) Loneliness: an urban perspective, in Age Concern Oxfordshire (Ed) Safeguarding the Convoy: A Call to Action from the Campaign to End Loneliness (Oxford: Age Concern Oxfordshire) pp. 31-34.

Timonen, V., Scharf, T., Conlon, C. & Carney, G. Intergenerational Solidarity and Justice in Ireland: Towards a New National Dialogue. WP-ICSG-2011-10.

Cullinan, J., Gillespie, P., Owens, L., Dunne, F., (2011) Accessibility and Screening Uptake Rates for Gestational Diabetes Mellitus in Ireland. Health and Place, (In press)

Connolly, S., Rosato, M., O’Reilly, D. (2011) The effect of population movement on the spatial distribution of socio-economic and health status: analysis using the Northern Ireland Mortality Study. Health & Place 10.1016/j.healthplace.2011.02.005

Casey, D., O'Shea, E., Murphy, K. et al. (2011) Dying well: factors that influence the provision of good end of life care for older people in acute and long stay care settings in Ireland, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 20, 1824-1833

Callan, A., and O’Shea, E.(2011), Willingness to pay for Home Based Technology Programmes for Older People in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2011-03

O’Shea, E., Devane, D., Murphy, K., Cooney, A., Casey, D., Jordan, F., Hunter, A., Murphy, E.  (2011) Effectiveness of a structured education reminiscence-based programme for staff on the quality of life of residents with dementia in long-stay units: A study protocol for a cluster randomised trial. Trials 2011, 12:41

Smith, SM., Paul, G., Kelly, A., Whitford, DL., O'Shea, E., O'Dowd, T. (2011) Peer support for type 2 diabetes: A cluster randomized controlled trial, British Medical Journal, 342

Ni Leime, A., O’Shea, E. (2011) ‘The Impact of Arts Programmes on the Quality of Life, Well-Being and Social Interaction of Older People in Ireland’. WP-ICSG-2011-07

Walsh, K., Gannon, B. (2011) Perceived Neighbourhood Context, Disability Onset and Old Age, The Journal of socio-Economics,40, 631-636

Gillespie, P., O'Shea, E., Paul, G., O'Dowd, T., Smith, SM. (2011) Cost Effectiveness of Peer Support for Type 2 Diabetes.International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care; (In press)

Gannon, B., Roberts. J. (2011) Part-time work and health among older workers in Ireland and Britain. Applied Economics DOI: 10.1080/00036846.2010.498354

Callan, A., and O’Shea, E.(2011), Implicit and Explicit Rankings: Does Ranking Question Order Matter in Contingent Valuation? WP-ICSG-2011-04

Murphy, K., Casey, D., Devane, D., Cooney, A., McCarthy, B., Mee, L., Nichulain, M., Murphy, A W., Newell, J., O'Shea, E. (2011) A cluster randomised controlled trial evaluating the effectiveness of a structured pulmonary rehabilitation education programme for improving the health status of people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD): The PRINCE Study protocol. BMC Pulmonary Medicine 2011 11:4.

Dolan, P., Quinn, G. & Scharf, T. (2011) The lifecourse social policy agenda for the next Government, Critical Perspectives Paper No. 1 (NUI Galway: Lifecourse Institute) WP-ICSG-2011-08

Brugha, R., Balfe, M., Jeffares, I., Conroy, RM., Clarke, E., Fitzgerald, M., O'Connell, E., Vaughan, D., Coleman, C., McGee, H., Gillespie, P., O' Donovan, D. (2011) Where do young adults want opportunistic chlamydia screening services to be located? Journal of Public Health; DOI: 10.1093/pubmed/fdr028

Carney, G. (2011) ‘Civic Culture and Ageing: the Voices of Civil Society Organisations in Planning for Ageing in the Republic of Ireland’ Summary submitted to ‘Theorizing Age’ conference, Maastricht university, March 2011. WP-ICSG-2011-01

Gillespie, P., O’Neill, C., O’Reilly, M., Avalos, G., & Dunne, F. (2011) The Cost of Universal Screening for Gestational Diabetes Mellitus in Ireland. Diabetic Medicine, 2011; DOI: 10.1111/j.1464-5491.2011.03293.

Raab, R. and O'Shea, E. (2011) In need of reform: Irish pension provision revisited, Administration 59 (3) 27-50.

Callan, A., and O’Shea, E.(2011), Ordering effects and preference certainty in a multi-good contingent valuation survey. WP-ICSG-2011-05

Raab, R. and Gannon, B. (2011), How to Reform Pension Systems? Comparing Outcomes in Austria and Ireland. European Journal of Social Security 13:2.

Carney, G. and Scharf, T. (2011) 'The National Positive Ageing Strategy: Exploring the role of the Community and voluntary Sector in Ireland'.

Sim, J., Bartlam, B., Bernard, M., Liddle, J. & Scharf, T. (2012, in press) Home from home? A mixed-methods study of relocation within a purpose-built retirement community, Journal of Housing for the Elderly.

Duvvury, N., Ni Leime, A., Callan., Price, L, & Simpson. M (2012) Older Women Workers’Access to Pensions: Vulnerabilities, Perspectives and Strategies. Irish Centre for Social Gerontology, National University of Ireland Galway. ISBN: 978-1-908358-04-2

Bartlam, B., Bernard, M., Liddle, J., Scharf, T. & Sim, J. (2012, in press) Creating home-like places in a purpose-built retirement village in the UK, in: G. Rowles & M. Bernard (eds) Environmental gerontology: making meaningful places in old age (New York: Springer).

Gillespie P, O'Shea E, Paul G, O'Dowd T, Smith SM (2012). Cost Effectiveness of Peer Support for Type 2 Diabetes. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care, 2012;28:1, 3-11

Carney, G., Dundon, T. and Ni Leime, A. (2012) ‘'Protecting the Vulnerable' in an Economic Crisis: A Participatory Study of Civil Society Organisations in Ireland’ Voluntary Sector Review  Volume 3 issue 3 due to be published in November 2012, (forthcoming).

Keating, N. and Scharf, T. (2012) ‘Revisiting social exclusion of older adults’, in T. Scharf and N. Keating (eds) From Exclusion to Inclusion in Old Age: A Global Challenge. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 163-171.

Cullinan J, Gillespie P, Owens L, Dunne F, (2012). The Impact of Travel Distance on the Decision to Attend for Screening for Gestational Diabetes Mellitus Irish Medical Journal, 100 (5):18-20

O’Shea, E., Walsh, K. and Scharf, T. (2012) Exploring community perceptions of the relationship between age and social exclusion in rural areas, Quality in Ageing and Older Adults 13, 1, pp.16-26.

Ní Léime, Á., Callan, A., Finn, C.., Healy, R. (2012), Evaluating the impact of membership of Active Retirement Ireland on the lives of older people, Dublin, Active Retirement Ireland. Click here to download report

Keating, N., Scharf, T. (2012) Revisiting social exclusion of older adults, in T. Scharf, N. Keating (eds) From exclusion to inclusion in old age: a global challenge, Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 163-171.

Buffel, T., Phillipson, C. & Scharf, T. (2012, in press) Experiences of social exclusion and neighbourhood deprivation among older people: an Anglo-Belgian perspective, Ageing and Society (33:1)

Carney, G., Harris, C. (2012) Citizens' Voices: Experiments in Democratic Renewal and Reform. Irish Centre for Social Gerontology, NUI Galway. Click here to download e-book

Ziegler, F. & Scharf, T. (2012, in press) Community-based participatory action research: opportunities and challenges for critical gerontology, in J. Baars, J. Dohmen, A. Grenier & C. Phillipson (eds) Ageing, meaning and social structure: connecting critical and humanistic gerontology (Bristol: Policy Press).

Gillespie P, O’Neill C,  Adams E, Turner K, O’Donovan D, Brugha R, Vaughan D, O’Connell E, Cormican M, Balfe M, Coleman C, Fitzgerald M, Fleming C. The cost and cost effectiveness of opportunistic screening for Chlamydia trachomatis in Ireland. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 2012; DOI:10.1136/sextrans-2011-050067

Cahill, S. O'Shea, E. Pierce, M (2012).  Creating Excellence in Dementia Care.  A research review for Ireland's National Dementia Strategy. DSIDC'S Living with Dementia Research Programme, School of Social Work and Social Policy, Trinity College Dublin and Irish Centre for Social Gerontology, National University of Ireland, Galway.

Connolly, S., (2012). Housing tenure and older people. Reviews in Clinical Gerontology, doi 10.1017/S0959259812000123

O’Shea, E., Walsh, K. and Scharf, T. (2012) ‘Exploring community perceptions of the relationship between age and social exclusion in rural areas’, Quality In Ageing, 13, 1, pp. 16-26.

Cullinan J, Gillespie P, Owens L, Avalos G, Dunne F (2012). Is there a Socioeconomic Gradient in the Prevalence of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus? Irish Medical Journal, 100 (5):21-23

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E. & Scharf, T. (2012, published online first) Ageing in changing community contexts: cross-border perspectives from rural Ireland and Northern Ireland, Journal of Rural Studies 28, 4. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2012.01.012

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E., Scharf, T. (2012). Social Exclusion and Ageing in Diverse Rural Communities:
Findings of a cross-border study in Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Irish Centre for Social Gerontology,
National University of Ireland Galway. ISBN: 978-1-908358-03-5

Keating, N. & Scharf, T. (2012) Revisiting social exclusion of older adults, in T. Scharf & N. Keating (eds) From exclusion to inclusion in old age: a global challenge (Bristol: Policy Press) pp. 163-171.

Finn, C., Scharf, T. (2012) Intergenerational Programmes in Ireland: An Initial Overview. Irish Centre for Social Gerontology, NUI Galway. Download Report

Timonen, V., Scharf, T., Conlon, C. & Carney, G. (2012):Intergenerational Solidarity and Justice in Ireland: Toward a New National Dialogue, Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 10:3, 317-321  To link to this article: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15350770.2012.698964

Connolly S, Gillespie P, O’Shea, Cahill S, Pierce M (2012). Estimating the economic and social costs of dementia in Ireland. Dementia DOI: 10.1177/1471301212442453

O'Shea, E. and Ní Leime, A. (2012) The impact of the Bealtaine Arts Programmes on the quality of life, well-being and social interaction of older people in Ireland, Ageing and Society, 32, pp 851-872 doi:10.1017/S0144686X11000717

O’Shea, E. & Connolly, S. (2012). Reforming health production in Ireland. World Economy,  DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9701.2012.01488.x

Scharf, T. & Keating, N. (eds) (2012) From exclusion to inclusion in old age: a global challenge (Bristol: Policy Press). http://www.policypress.co.uk/display.asp?K=9781847427724&

Gillespie P, O’Neill C, Avalos G, Dunne F, (2012). New Estimates of the Costs of Universal Screening for Gestational Diabetes Mellitus in Ireland.Irish Medical Journal, 100 (5):15-18

Buffel, T., Phillipson, C. & Scharf, T. (2012, published online first) Ageing in urban environments: developing ‘age-friendly’ cities, Critical Social Policy 32, 4: 597 - 617.

Walsh, K., Sharf, T., Cullinan, J. & Finn, C. (2012) Deprivation and its Measurement in Later Life. Findings from a mixed-methods study in Ireland. To download report click here

Cooney, A., O'Shea, E., Casey, D., Murphy, K., Dempsey, L., Smyth, S., Hunter, A., Murphy, E., Devane, D. and Jordan, F. (2012), Developing a structured education reminiscence-based programme for staff in long-stay care facilities in Ireland. Journal of Clinical Nursing. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2702.2012.04342.x

Scharf, T. & Keating, N. (2012) Social exclusion in later life: a global challenge, in T. Scharf & N. Keating (eds) From exclusion to inclusion in old age: a global challenge (Bristol: Policy Press) pp. 1-16.

Gillespie P, O’Neill C,  Adams E, Turner K, O’Donovan D, Brugha R, Vaughan D, O’Connell E, Cormican M, Balfe M, Coleman C, Fitzgerald M, Fleming C (2012). The Cost and Cost Effectiveness of Opportunistic Screening for Chlamydia trachomatis in Ireland. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 2012; DOI:10.1136/sextrans-2011-05006

Cahill, S., O’Shea, E., & Pierce, M (2012) 'Future Dementia Care in Ireland: Sharing the Evidence to Mobilise Action'. DSIDC'S Living with Dementia Research Programme, School of Social Work and Social Policy, Trinity College Dublin and Irish Centre for Social Gerontology, National University of Ireland Galway.

Carney, G., Dundon, T. & Ni Leime, A (2012) Participatory action research with and within community activist groups: Capturing the collective experience of Ireland's Community and Voluntary Pillar in social partnership.  Action Research. DOI 10.1177/1476750312451279. Click here  to download article

Gillespie P, O’Shea E, Cullinan J, Lacey L, Gallagher D, Ni Mhaolain A, Lawlor B (2012). The Effects of Dependence and Function on Costs of Care for Alzheimer’s Disease and Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment in Ireland. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, (In Press)

Bernard, M., Liddle, J., Bartlam, B., Scharf, T. & Sim, J. (2012) Then and now: Evolving community in the context of a retirement village, Ageing and Society 32, 1, pp. 103-129.

Gillespie P, O’Neill C, Cullinan J, Dunne F. Modelling the Independent Effects of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus on Maternity Care Costs. Diabetes Care, 2012; (forthcoming)

Bartlam, B., Bernard, M., Liddle, J., Scharf, T. & Sim, J. (2013) Creating home-like places in a purpose-built retirement village in the UK, in: G. Rowles & M. Bernard (eds) Environmental gerontology: making meaningful places in old age. New York: Springer, pp. 253-280.

Scharf, T., Timonen, V., Carney, G., Conlon, C., (April 2013). Changing Generations - Findings from New Research on Intergenerational Relations in Ireland. Click here to download report

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E., Scharf, T., Shucksmith, M. (2013). Exploring the impact of informality on social exclusion and age-friendliness for older people in rural communities. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, In Press.

 

Buffel, T., Phillipson, C. & Scharf, T. (2013) Experiences ofneighbourhood exclusion and inclusion among older people living in deprived inner-city areas in Belgium and England, Ageing and Society 33, 1, pp. 89-109

Pierce, M., Cahill, S., O'Shea, E. (2013) Planning dementia services: new estimates of current and future prevalence rates of dementia for Ireland. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine 00, 1-9. doi:10.1017/ipm.2012.3

Scharf, T., Buffel, T. & Phillipson, C. (2013) Erfahrungen mit der sozialräumlichen Exklusion und Inklusion älterer Menschen in sozialbenachteiligten innerstädtischen Nachbarschaften von Belgien und England [Experiences of socio-spatial exclusion and inclusion of older people in socially deprived urban neighbourhoods of Belgium and England], Jahrbuch für Kritische Medizin und Gesundheitswissenschaften 48, pp. 47-70

Scharf, T., Timonen, V., Carney, G. and Conlon, C. (2013) Changing Generations: new research on intergenerational relations in Ireland Galway: ICSG Download Report

Ní Léime, Áine,  2013, ‘Towards a model for community-based arts contributing to healthy ageing for older people in Ireland , UNESCO Observatory Multi-disciplinary Journal in the Arts, Vol.3 , Iss. 3:1-20. Click here to download

Timonen, V., Conlon, C., Scharf, T. & Carney, G. (2013)Family, state, class and solidarity: re-conceptualising intergenerational solidarity through the grounded theory approach, European Journal of Ageing DOI 10.1007/s10433-013-0272-x.

O'Shea, E., Walsh, K. (2013). Transforming long-stay care in Ireland. In: Rowles, Graham and Bernard, Miriam (eds). Environmental Gerontology: Making Meaningful Places in Old Age. Springer Publishing Company.
 

Burholt, V. & Scharf, T. (2014) Poor health and loneliness in later life: the role of depressive symptoms, social resources, and rural environments, The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences & Social Sciences69B, 2, pp. 311-24.

Ward, P., Walsh, K., Scharf, T. (2014). Measuring old-age social exclusion in a cross-border context: Findings of a comparative secondary analysis in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Irish Centre for Social Gerontology, Galway. ISBN: 978-1-908358-19-6.

Conlon, C., Timonen, V., Scharf, T. & Carney, G. (2014) Consumption of care and intergenerational relations in the Irish context, Families, Relationships and Societies 3, 1, pp. 139-42.

O'Shea, E, Devane, D,Cooney, A,Casey, D,Jordan, F,Hunter, A,Murphy, E,Newell, J,Connolly, S,Murphy, K (2014) 'The impact of reminiscence on the quality of life of residents with dementia in long-stay care'. International Journal Of Geriatric Psychiatry, 29 :1062-1070.

Dempsey, L. Murphy, K. Cooney, A. Casey, D. O'Shea, E. Devane, D. Jordan, F. & Hunter, A. (2014) 'Reminiscence in dementia: a concept analysis'. Dementia 13 (2):176-192.

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E., Scharf, T., Shucksmith, M. (2014). Exploring the impact of informality on social exclusion and age-friendliness for older people in rural communities. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 24:1, 37–49.

Carney, G., Acheson, N. & Scharf, T. (2014) Voluntary action in ageing societies. Guest editorial, Voluntary Sector Review 5, 2, pp. 157-9.

Liddle, J., Scharf, T., Bartlam, B., Bernard, M. & Sim, J. (2014) Exploring the age-friendliness of purpose-built retirement communities: evidence from England, Ageing & Society 34, 9, pp. 1601-29.

Connolly, S,Gillespie, P, O'Shea, E,Cahill, S,Pierce, M (2014) 'Estimating the economic and social costs of dementia in Ireland'. Dementia 13 :5-22.

Cooney, A. Hunter, A.Murphy, K. Casey, D. Smyth, S. Devane, D. Dempsey, L. Murphy, E. Jordan, F. & O’Shea, E. (2014) '“Seeing me through my memories”: a grounded theory study on using reminiscence with people with dementia living in long-term care'. Journal Of Clinical Nursing. 23 (23-24):3564-74.

Cangiano, A., Walsh, K. (2014). Recruitment Processes and Immigration Regulations: The Disjointed Pathways to Employing Migrant Carers in Ageing Societies. Work, Employment & Society, 28:3, 372-389.

O'Shea, E (2014) 'Ageing, disability and policy' In: Cullinan, J, Lyons, S and Nolan, B. The economics of disability: insights from Irish research. Manchester : Manchester University Press.

Carney, G., Scharf, T., Timonen, V. & Conlon, C. (2014) ‘Blessed are the young, for they shall inherit the national debt’: solidarity between generations in the Irish crisis, Critical Social Policy34, 3, pp. 312-32.

Casey, D., Cooney, A., O Shea, E., Dempsey, L., Smyth, S., Hunter, A., Murphy, E., Devane, D., Jordan, F., Murphy, K. (2014) 'Maximising stakeholder involvement: The process of developing the DARES structured education reminiscence programme'. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 10 (4):731-732.

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E., Scharf, T. & Shucksmith, M. (2014) Exploring the impact of informal practices on social exclusion and age-friendliness for older people in rural communities, Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 24, 1, pp. 37-49.

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E., Scharf, T. & Shucksmith, M. (2014) 'Exploring the impact of informal practices on social exclusion and age-friendliness for older people in rural communities'. Journal Of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 24 (1):37-49.

Gillespie P, O'Shea E, O'Hara MC, Dinneen S. (2014) 'Cost effectiveness of group follow up after structured education for type 1 diabetes: a cluster randomised controlled trial'. Trials, 15, 227

Conlon, C., Timonen, V., Carney, G. & Scharf, T. (2014) Women (re)negotiating care across family generations, Gender & Society 28, 5, pp. 729-51.

Walsh, K,O'Shea, E,Scharf, T,Shucksmith, M (2014) 'Exploring the Impact of Informal Practices on Social Exclusion and Age-Friendliness for Older People in Rural Communities'. Journal Of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 24 :37-49.

Duane, S; Callan, A; Galvin, S; Murphy, AW; Domegan, C; O’Shea, E; Cormican, M; Bennett, K; O’Donnell, M; Vellinga, A; (2014) 'Supporting the Improvement and Management of Prescribing for urinary tract infections (SIMPle): Protocol for a randomised control trial'. Trials 14.

Ward, P., Walsh, K. and Sharf, T. (2014) Measuring Old-Age Social Exclusion in a Cross-Border Context: Findings of a comparative secondary analysis in Ireland and Northern Ireland. 

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O'Shea, E  and Murphy. E (2014) Genio Dementia Programme. Evaluation of Year 1. Genio and Irish Centre for Social Gerontology.

Scharf, T., Walsh, K., O’Shea, E. (2015). Ageing in Rural Places. In: Mark Shucksmith and David Brown (eds), International Handbook of Rural Studies. Routledge: London & New York.

Walsh, K, Carney, G., Ní Léime Á., 2015, Ageing through austerity: critical perspectives from Ireland, Bristol: Policy Press.

Butler A, Gallagher D, Gillespie P, Crosby L, Ryan D, Lacey L, Coen R, O'Shea E, Lawlor B (2015) 'Frailty: a costly phenomenon in caring for elders with cognitive impairment'. International Journal Of Geriatric Psychiatry,

Scharf, T. & Keating, N. (2015, in press) Exclusion sociale des personnes âgées: concepts, dimensions, facteurs et politiques publiques [Social exclusion in later life: concepts, dimensions, drivers and policy responses], in: J.-P. Viriot Durandal, É. Raymond, T. Moulaert & M. Charpentier (eds) Droits de vieillir et citoyenneté des aînés, Québec: Presses de l’Université du Québec.

Addabbo, T, Bastos, A, Casaca, S F, Duvvury, N., Ní Léime, Á.(2015) ‘Gender and labour in times of austerity: Ireland, Italy and Portugal in comparative perspective’, International Labour Review, Vol. 154, No. 4, pp 449-473. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1564-913X.2015.00250.x/abstract

O'Shea, E. Suzanne Cahill and Maria Pierce (2015) 'Reframing policy for dementia' In: Walsh, K., Carney, G., and Ni Leime A. Ageing Through Austerity. Bristol: Policy Press.

Kieran Walsh, Gemma Carney, Áine Ní Léime (2015). Ageing through Austerity: Critical Perspectives from Ireland. Bristol: Policy Press.

Edmondson, R. & Scharf, T. (2015) Rural and urban ageing: contributions of cultural gerontology, in: J. Twigg & W. Martin (eds) Routledge handbook of cultural gerontology. London: Routledge, pp. 412-19.

Ní Léime Á., Connolly, S., ‘Active Ageing: the impact of austerity policies on social participation in later life’ in Carney, G., Walsh, K, Ní Léime Á., (2015) Ageing through austerity: critical perspectives from Ireland, Bristol: Policy Press.

Walsh, K. (2015). Interrogating the ‘age-friendly community’ in austerity: myths, realties and the influence of place context. In: Kieran Walsh, Gemma Carney, Áine Ní Léime (eds), Ageing through Austerity: Critical Perspectives from Ireland. Bristol: Policy Press.

Scharf, T. (2015) Between inclusion and exclusion in later life: perspectives from Ireland, in: K. Walsh, G. Carney & Á. Ní Léime(eds) Ageing through austerity: critical perspectives on ageing policy in Ireland. Bristol: ThePolicy Press, pp. 115-31.

Ní Léime Á., Duvvury, N. and Callan, A,  ‘Delayed Retirement: Gender, Ageing and Work in Austerity’ in Walsh, K,  Carney, G., Ní Léime Á., (eds) (2015) Ageing through austerity: critical perspectives from Ireland , Bristol: Policy Press.

Conlon, C., Carney, G., Timonen, V. & Scharf, T. (2015)‘Emergent reconstruction’ in grounded theory: learning from team-based interview research, Qualitative Research 15, 1, pp. 39-56.

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E., Scharf, T., (2015). Ageing in farm communities in Ireland: changing agricultural resources – changing lives. In: Mark Skinner and Neil Hanlon (eds), Ageing Resource Communities: New Frontiers of Rural Population Change, Community Development and Voluntarism, Routledge: London & New York.

Gillespie P, O'Shea E, Cullinan J, Buchanan J, Bobula J, Gallagher D, Ní Mhaoláin A, Lawlor B (2015) 'Longitudinal Costs of Caring for People with Alzheimer’s Disease'. International Psychogeriatrics, 27 :847-856

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E. & Scharf, T. (2015) Ageing in farm communities in Ireland: changing agricultural resources – changing lives, in:M. Skinner & N. Hanlon (eds) Ageing in resource communities: new frontiers of rural population change, community development and voluntarism, London: Routledge, pp. 59-73.

Walsh, K., Carney, G., Ní Léime, A. (2015). Introduction – Social policy and ageing through austerity. In: Kieran Walsh, Gemma Carney, Áine Ní Léime (eds), Ageing through Austerity: Critical Perspectives from Ireland. Bristol: Policy Press.

Gillespie P, Callan A, O’Shea E, Duane S, Murphy AW, Domegan C, Galvin S, Vellinga A (2016) 'The cost effectiveness of the SIMPle intervention to improve antimicrobial prescribing for urinary tract infection in primary care'. Journal Of Public Health, doi:10.1093

Warburton, J., Scharf, T., & Walsh, K. (2016). Flying Under the Radar? Risks of Social Exclusion for Older People in Rural Communities in Australia, Ireland and Northern Ireland. Sociologia Ruralis.

Gillespie P, O’Shea E, Murphy AW, Smith SM, Cupples ME (2016) 'A comparison of medical records and patient questionnaires as sources for the estimation of costs within research studies and the implications for economic evaluation'. Family Practice,

Léime, Á. N. (2016). Older women public sector workers in Ireland: Decisions about retirement timing. Journal of Women & Aging, 1-13.

Walsh, K. (in press). Creating, maintaining and losing home: productions of ageing and migration in Ireland. In: Katie Walsh and Lena Näre (eds). Re-thinking Home. Transnational Migration and Older Age. New York and Abingdon: Routledge.

Scharf, T., Walsh, K. & O’Shea, E. (2016, forthcoming) Ageing in rural places, in: M. Shucksmith & D.L. Brown (eds) Internationalhandbook of rural studies. London: Routledge.