A Systematic Review Of Healthy Eating Interventions Delivered In Early Childhood And Education Care Settings To Improve The Dietary Outcomes Of Children Less Than 6 Years
Dr. Thérèse McDonnell is an economist and post-doctoral researcher at the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems, University College Dublin (UCD). She currently works on the CUPID Project which is assessing the patterns, outcomes, decision making processes and parental preferences associated with paediatric healthcare utilisation in Ireland, with a specific focus on the impact of the introduction of free GP care for children aged under 6 years. Thérèse completed her PhD on the impact of maternal employment and childcare on child health and development in UCD in 2017 and subsequently worked as a Postdoctoral Lecturing Fellow with the UCD School of Economics. Prior to commencing her research career, she worked as a chartered accountant in the financial services and non-profit sectors.