Mobile-Based Technologies To Support Client To Healthcare Provider Communication And Management Of Care
Dr Hannah Delaney is an experienced mixed-methods researcher with expertise in both qualitative and quantitative methods. She is a Post-Doctoral researcher with the HRB-Trials Methodology Research Network at NUI Galway and Trinity College Dublin. Prior to this Hannah worked as a Senior Researcher on the health policy team at the Scottish Centre for Social Research in Edinburgh, where she led multiple studies relating to: health behaviour, alcohol and tobacco control, and research with children and young people.
Hannah obtained her PhD from the University of the West of England in 2016, her research in active travel behaviours explored the experiences and sharing practices of cyclists and pedestrians on shared-use paths; through in-depth interviews, video ethnographies and on-site surveys.
Hannah is currently working on a 3-year HRB funded study where she is applying her health research skills and mixed-methods experience to trial methodology, specifically trial recruitment. The TRAIN study (Training tRial recruiters; An educational INtervention) will develop and evaluate an education and training intervention for recruiters to randomised trials.