Exploring The Existence Of Gender Inequity With An Intersectionality Lens In Academic Health Care, Health Sciences And Health Policy And Interventions To Optimise Gender Equity
Dr. Olga Cleary is a PhD graduate in Health Services Research with over fifteen years’ experience working across health research, policy and practice sectors. Dr. Cleary examined the prevalence and patterns of multimorbidity in an Irish population for her PhD studies and has been working on integrated care in the Irish health services since 2017. She has strived to embed healthcare policy reform in national health programmes, most recently in her role as Senior Programme Manager on the Integrated Care Programme for the Prevention and Management of Chronic Conditions under the Office of the Chief Clinical Officer in the Health Service Executive. She is currently engaged in Primary Care Development in South East Community Care (HSE) and holds an Adjunct Teaching Fellowship at the Centre for Health Policy and Management, School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin.