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Miss Margaret Haigh

Research Assistant (School of Nursing & Midwifery)

 


Margaret Haigh is project manager to the Intellectual Disability Supplement to the Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (IDS-TILDA). She has a nursing background and holds a Bachelor of Nursing degree and a Master of Nursing Research degree. She previously worked as a researcher for the University of Western Australia, working in the field of Aboriginal and rural health. Margaret has been involved in co-authoring published papers for peer-reviewed journals and has produced a number of reports for government bodies and other stakeholder groups. Margaret also holds degrees in Economics and previously spent many years working as a project manager in the IT sector. She brings her combined experience in health research and project management to IDS-TILDA.
McCarron, M., McCausland, D., McGlinchey, E., Bowman, S., Foley, M., Haigh, M., Burke, E. & McCallion, P., Recruitment and retention in longitudinal studies of people with intellectual disability: A case study of the Intellectual Disability Supplement to the Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (IDS-TILDA), Research in Developmental Disabilities, 124, 2022, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
McCarron, M., Allen, A., McCausland, D., Haigh, M., Luus, R., Bavussantakath, F.R., Sheerin, F., Mulryan, N., Burke, E., McGlinchey, E., Flannery, F. & McCallion, P., The impact of COVID-19 on people ageing with an intellectual disability in Ireland: Protocol for a follow-up survey., HRB Open Research, 4, (95), 2021, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Lyford, M., Haigh, M., Baxi, S., Lyford, M., Cheetham, S., Shahid, S., Thompson, S.C., An exploration of under-representation of Aboriginal cancer patients attending a regional radiotherapy service in Western Australia, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15, 2018, p337 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
Pilkington, L., Haigh, M., Durey, A., Katzenellenbogen, J., Thompson, S.C., Perspectives of Aboriginal women on participation in mammography screening: A step toward improving services and uptake of screening., BMC Public Health, 17, 2017, p697 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
McCarron, M., Haigh, M., McCallion, P., Health, Wellbeing and Social Inclusion: Ageing with an Intellectual Disability in Ireland Evidence from the First Ten Years of The Intellectual Disability Supplement to The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (IDS-TILDA), School of Nursing and Midwifery,Trinity College Dublin, December, 2017, p1 - 136, Report, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  URL
Haigh, M., Baxi, S., Lyford, M., Cheetham, S., Thompson, S.C., Improving cancer treatment options for rural residents: exploring the role of a regional radiotherapy centre in WA., Perth, UWA Print, 2017, Report, PUBLISHED
Haigh, M., Shahid, S., O'Connor, K., Thompson, S.C., Talking about the not talked about: use of, and reactions to, a DVD promoting bowel cancer screening to Aboriginal people, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 40, (6), 2016, p548 - 552, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
Stanley, D., Beament, T., Falconer, D., Haigh, M., Saunders, R., Stanley, K., Wall, P., Would you recommend nursing as a career to men?, Working Papers in the Health Sciences, 1, (14), 2016, p1 - 6, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Stanley, D., Beament, T., Falconer, D., Haigh, M., Saunders, R., Stanley, K., Wall, P., Nielson, S., The male of the species: A profile of men in nursing, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 72, (5), 2016, p1155 - 1168, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
Durey, A., Haigh, M., Katzenellenbogen, J.M., What role can the rural pipeline play in the recruitment and retention of rural allied health professionals?, Rural and Remote Health , 15, 2015, p3438 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
  

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Darren McCausland, Andrew P. Allen, Margaret Haigh, Fintan Sheerin, Eilish Burke, Eimear McGlinchey, Fidelma Flannery, Niamh Mulryan, Philip McCallion and Mary McCarron, Overcoming Adversity: The Continuing Impact of COVID-19 on People Ageing with an Intellectual Disability in Ireland. Findings from the Intellectual Disability Supplement to The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (IDS-TILDA) COVID-19 Sub-Study, Trinity College Dublin, December, 2021, Report, PUBLISHED