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Research Profile

Miss Ellie Byrne 


Publications

Byrne, E., Jerzembek, G. & Holland,  S. 2010. A pilot study on the impact of a home-based parenting intervention: Parents Plus. Childcare in Practice

Moore, S N, Brennan I, Murphy S, Byrne E, Shepherd J, Moore L (2010) ‘The reduction of intoxication and disorder in premises licensed for the serving of alcohol: an exploratory randomised controlled trial. BMC Public Health 10:607

Brennan I., Moore S., Byrne E., Murphy, S. (2010) Interventions for disorder and severe intoxication in and around licensed premises 1989-2009 Addiction

Daykin N, Byrne E, Soteriou T and O'Connor S. The impact of art, design and environment in mental healthcare: a systematic review of the literature. The Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health, Vol. 128, No. 2, 85-94, 2008.

Daykin N, Byrne E, Soteriou T and O'Connor S. The impact of art, design and the healthcare environment on patients and staff in mental health care: A qualitative study. Arts and Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice [in press].

 

Refereed Conference Papers

Byrne, E: Use of Photography in Qualitative Research: A Literature Review. 7th Qualitative Research Conference, Bournemouth 2008

Byrne, E. Daykin, N. Evaluating Arts in Health: a mixed methods study, Mixed Methods Conference, Cambridge University, 2007.

Byrne, E. Daykin, N. Exploring the impact of the arts: qualitative research in the mental healthcare environment. 8th European Sociological Conference. Glasgow. 2007.

Daykin, N. Byrne, E. Davis, N. The role of arts in mental health care: qualitative research. 6th Qualitative Research Conference, Bournemouth 2006

Byrne, E. Daykin, N. Building on the Evidence: qualitative research into the impact of an arts programme in mental health services. BSA Medical Sociology Group 38th Annual Conference, Herriot Watt University. 2006

 

Posters

Byrne, E. Jerzembek, G. Holland, S. A pilot study on the impact of a home-based parenting intervention: Parents Plus. Developing and Evaluating Complex Interventions for Health Improvement: Launch Event. 13th May 2009.