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Gerardine Doyle

Associate Professor In Accounting and Taxation

School of Business
Q210
UCD Quinn School of Business
Belfield
Dublin 4

Tel: + 353 1 7164717
Email: gerardine.doyle@ucd.ie

Biography

Gerardine is an Associate Professor at UCD College of Business and has served as Head of the Accountancy Subject Area. Gerardine is a visiting scholar at Harvard Business School (2017) exploring the concept of Value Measurement for Health Care. 

A key motivation driving Gerardine's research agenda is to deliver societal impact by engaging in societal-challenge orientated research, to influence national and international policy with special emphasis on health and related tax and education policy.
 

Gerardine's research interests span a number of disciplines including accounting, economics, medicine, public health, sociology and taxation. This interdisciplinarity arises from her qualifications as a pharmacologist (B.Sc.(Hons) UCD) and as a chartered accountant and chartered tax adviser with KPMG.

Gerardine has been actively engaged in the conduct of major funded comparative research projects that have addressed key areas of health policy and management. These studies have provided evidence and influenced health policy and practice at a national level, surrounding health literacy and clinical handover processes in acute and children's hospitals. Achieving impact is an important motivation for Gerardine's research activities, the study of health literacy being referenced as an exemplar Research Impact Case Study in the recent Irish Universities Authority publication, Engaged Research: Society and Higher Education Addressing Grand Societal Challenges Together.

Gerardine was the principal investigator for Ireland in the European Health Literacy Survey (Grant Agreement Number: 2007113 - HLS-EU) which has been awarded three societal impact awards including the European Health Award by the European Health Forum Gastein 2012. The study was judged as the best European research project for an 'outstanding contribution in meeting European health challenges by implementing a health policy initiative of European importance'. Related to this, Gerardine was chairperson of the judging panel for the Crystal Clear MSD Health Literacy Awards 2008-2013.

Gerardine was also the Principal Investigator for Ireland for a Seventh Framework multi-disciplinary collaborative project (Grant Agreement Number: 306186) surrounding diabetes and health literacy entitled 'Enhancing the (cost-) effectiveness of diabetes self-management education: A comparative assessment of different educational approaches and conditions for successful implementation'Gerardine is also a member of a European research network surrounding the study of costing practices for health services and patient level costing. 

Gerardine is a Co-Principal Investigator within the UCD Technology Centre Applied Research in Connected Health (ARCH) funded by Enterprise Ireland/IDA.

Gerardine has been an expert evaluator for the European Commission for the Seventh Framework programme and Horizon 2020. 

Gerardine teaches taxation at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, having significantly expanded UCD's offerings of tax law modules. Gerardine is a recent graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, having completed the Comparative Tax Policy and Administration programme (2014). Gerardine has also taught financial control and financial accounting throughout her career in UCD. Gerardine teaches at Executive Education level within the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School to Non-Consultant Hospital Doctors on Business Fundamentals and Value Measurement for Healthcare.  

In addition to her role as Head of Accountancy, Gerardine has held a number of leadership roles within the College of Business, including academic director, Executive MBA (Health Care Management) programme at the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School and Head of Teaching and Learning within the College of Business. In addition to being chair of the Fee Setting and Charges Committee at the University level, Gerardine is currently a member of a number of other university committees including the Healthy Ireland Research and Evidence Group and the UCD EU Advisory Committee.

External to UCD, Gerardine was a member of the Education and Qualifications Committee of the Irish Tax Institute and Chair of the board of the Final Admitting Examination, Chartered Accountants Ireland. Gerardine was a member of the Audit Committee of the Health Service Executive (2012-2015) and was appointed to the board of the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) in September 2014. Gerardine was appointed as an academic committee member of the European Association of Tax Law Professors in 2016.   
 
 
 

Professional

Honours and Awards

Year: 1996.
Title: European Accounting Association Doctoral Colloquium
Year: 1996.
Title: President's Discretionary Conference/Travel Grant
Year: 1997.
Title: Research Award
Year: 1999.
Title: Research Award
Year: 2001.
Title: Research fellowship
Year: 2006.
Title: Health Information and Quality Authority Funded Research Project (formerly IHSAB)
Year: 2006.
Title: Seed Funding Competition, UCD School of Business
Year: 2008.
Title: PhD Scholarship in Health Literacy
Year: 2007.
Title: Seed Funding Competition, UCD School of Business
Year: 2012.
Title: The European Health Award
Year: 2012.
Title: The Crebolder Award
Year: 2012.
Title: Societal Impact Award
Year: 2007.
Title: Chairperson of the Judging Panel of the Crystal Clear MSD Health Literacy Awards
Year: 2012.
Title: Member of the Audit Committee of the Health Service Executive
Year: 2016.
Title: Runner-up Best Paper Award

Associations

Association: Irish Taxation Institute, Function/Role: Member of the Education and Qualifications Committee
Association: Irish Taxation Institute, Function/Role: Lecturer of students awarded First to Third Place for the Fantasy Budget Competition 2005 to 2016
Association: Irish Taxation Institute - Third Level Scholarship Fund, Function/Role: Appointed to develop sponsorship for second level students, who because of economic circumstances are prevented from pursuing a Third Level Education
Association: Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland, Function/Role: Fellow
Association: Institute of Bankers in Ireland, Financial Reporting and Managerial Accounting , Function/Role: Lecturer
Association: Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland, Function/Role: Examiner and Moderator, Porfessional III Taxation
Association: Irish Accounting and Finance Association, Function/Role: Council Member
Association: Chartered Accountants Ireland , Function/Role: Chair, Board of the Final Admitting Examination
Association: European Association of Tax Law Professors, Function/Role: Academic Committee
     

Conference Contributions

Moore, G., Quinlan, M., Doyle, G., Geiger, S. (2016) Implementing eHealth at scale ¿ an analysis of the HSE¿s national eReferral project. [Oral Presentation], ARCH/HSE eHealth Conference, Farmleigh, Dublin , 03-MAY-16 - 03-MAY-16.
Doyle, G. (2016) Qualitative Research: Some theoretical lenses for interpretation. [Invited Lecture], Doctoral Seminar Series, Instituto di Management, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Instituto di Management, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy , 08-JUN-16 - 08-JUN-16.
Quinlan M., Geiger, S. Doyle, G., (2016) Implementing change within healthcare ¿ lessons in best-practice. [Oral Presentation], ARCH/HSE eHealth Conference,, Farmleigh, Dublin , 03-MAY-16 - 03-MAY-16.
Priyadarshini, A., Quinlan, M., Doyle, G., Geiger, S. (2016) Evolving roles of pharmacies in medication adherence. [Oral Presentation], Connected Health - The Role of the Community Pharmacy, NOVA UCD, Belfield, Dublin 4 , 24-MAY-16 - 24-MAY-16.
Doyle, G. (2016) Knowledge Development Box and Research & Development Tax Incentives: The Case of Ireland. [Invited Lecture], Doctoral Summer School 'Group for Research on European and International Taxation' (GREIT), University of Lisbon , 24-JUN-16 - 24-JUN-16.
Quinlan M., Geiger, S. Doyle, G., (2016) Exploration of organisational readiness for eHealth in Ireland ¿ views from the CCIOs. [Oral Presentation], ARCH/HSE eHealth Conference, Farmleigh, Dublin , 03-MAY-16 - 03-MAY-16.
Doyle, G. (2016) Can IP Box preferential tax regimes effectively pursue regulatory goals?. [Roundtable Participant], Annual Eurid Research Meeting, School of Economics and Management, Lund University, Sweden , 14-MAR-16 - 14-MAR-16.
Doyle, G. (2016) Conference Review with Alumni of the Harvard Kennedy School Comparative Tax Policy and Administration programme. [Roundtable Participant], Global Tax Policy Conference: New Rules for a New Era, Dublin Castle, Dublin 2 , 09-MAR-16 - 11-MAR-16.
Doyle, G., O'Donnell, S., Cullen, K., Gibney, S. (2016) Diabetes Literacy: Findings of the EU Diabetes Literacy Consortium. [Invited Oral Presentation], Health Literacy Conference, UCD School of Public Health, Physiotherapy and Sports Science, UCD O'Brien Centre, Belfield, Dublin 4 , 04-MAR-16 - 04-MAR-16.
Doyle, G. (2016) Problematics of Government: Governing and calculating everyday medicine. [Invited Oral Presentation], London School of Economics Seminar Series, London School of Economics and Political Science , 10-FEB-16 - 10-FEB-16.
Doyle, G. (2016) Costing Type 2 Diabetes Care: From Disconnected Care to Opportunities for Connected Health Solutions. [Invited Oral Presentation], ARCH Breakfast Briefing, ARCH, UCD Nexus, Belfield, Dublin 4 , 28-JAN-16 - 28-JAN-16.
Doyle, G., O'Donnell, S., Cullen, K. (2016) Costing Diabetes Care. [Invited Oral Presentation], National Clinical Programme for Diabetes Planning Day, Royal College of Physicians, Setanta House, Dublin 2 , 27-JAN-16 - 27-JAN-16.
Moore, G., Quinlan, M., Doyle, G., Geiger, S. (2016) Clinical Engagement as a Key Enabler to the Adoption of Connected Health Technologies in Irish Healthcare. [Poster Presentation (Refereed)], SPHeRE Network 2nd Annual Conference, RSCI, Dublin, Ireland , 29-FEB-16 - 29-FEB-16.
Quinlan, M., and Doyle, G. (2016) Scaling Connected Health Solutions: Lessons in Implementation from Improvement Science. [Conference Organising Committee Member], ARCH, NOVA, UCD , 18-OCT-16 - 18-OCT-16.
Doyle, G. (2015) Diabetes Costing and Cost Analysis. [Invited Oral Presentation], Diabetes Literacy - Strengthening Diabetes Self-Management for All in Europe, The Management Centre Europe, Brussels , 17-NOV-15 - 18-NOV-15.
Doyle, G., O'Donnell S., & Gibney, S., (2015) The complexities of costing chronic illness: patient level costing of Type 2 diabetes care. [Invited Oral Presentation], Department of Epidemiology & Public Health Seminar Series, University College Cork , 06-MAY-15 - 06-MAY-15.
Doyle, G., (2015) The Economic Implications of Health Literacy Interventions among the older population. [Invited Oral Presentation], European Parliament policy debate entitled Research and Policy Agenda: The importance of health literacy for active and healthy ageing, European Parliament, Brussels , 28-JAN-15 - 28-JAN-15.
Doyle, G., (2015) Research and Development Tax Benefits in Ireland: Economic evidence for policy making. [Invited Oral Presentation], R&D Tax Incentives - International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation, IBFD Amsterdam , 21-MAY-15 - 22-MAY-15.
Quinlan, M., Doyle, G., Geiger, S. (2015) The business case for Connected Healthcare - social, economic, clinical. National eHealth Summit, Dublin, Ireland , 11-SEP-15 - 11-SEP-15.
Doyle, G., (2015) Instruments to address tax avoidance: a governmentality perspective. [Invited Oral Presentation], International Fiscal Association Ireland, St Stephen's Green Hibernian Club , 23-SEP-15 - 23-SEP-15.
Doyle, G., (2015) Health Literacy Research in Europe and Ireland: The State of the Art. [Keynote Address], 19th Health Promotion Conference entitled Health Literacy: Research, Policy and Practice, NUI Galway , 18-JUN-15 - 19-JUN-15.
Doyle, G. (2015) Connecting Accounting, Economics and Social Medicine. [Invited Oral Presentation], Science Meet Business Symposium, UCD Science Building , 18-FEB-15 - 18-FEB-15.
Doyle, G. (2014) The Cost of Chronic Illness: the development of a costing methodology for diabetes and dementia. [Invited Lecture], Bocconi University Seminar Series, Bocconi University, Department of Policy Analysis and Public Management , 24-JUN-14 - 27-JUN-14.
Doyle, G. (2011) Accounting and the everyday life of the medical professional ¿ a review of a case study,. [Invited Oral Presentation], Accounting and Finance Group, Manchester Business School, Manchester Business School, UK , 15-JUN-11 - 15-JUN-11.
Doyle, G. (2011) Communication at the centre of the doctor¿patient relationship: Health Literacy and the EU HLS-EU project. [Invited Oral Presentation], A series of Ministry of Health approved meetings, co-hosted by Mediserve Communications, the University of Naples and the University of Salerno, Italy , 30-SEP-11 - 21-OCT-11.
Doyle, G. (2010) Public Sector Reform: An international perspective. [Invited Lecture], Masters Class in Public Sector Reform, Department of Business Studies, University of Salerno , 30-APR-10 - 30-APR-10.
Doyle, G. (2010) Launch of the European Health Literacy Network. [Invited Oral Presentation], 14th European Health Forum Gastein, 5-8 October 2010, Gastein, Austria, Austria , 05-OCT-10 - 08-OCT-10.
Doyle, G. (2010) Activity based costing and patient level costing in Ireland. [Invited Oral Presentation], International Patient Level Costing Workshop, Imperial College London, UK , 04-OCT-10 - 05-OCT-10.
Doyle, G. (2010) International Research on Health Literacy and the Health Literacy Landscape in Ireland. [Invited Oral Presentation], The National Health Literacy Conference hosted by MSD Ireland (Ltd), Newman House, University College Dublin , 25-JUN-10 - 25-JUN-10.
Doyle, G.A. and Grampp, C.; (2008) Accreditation as a Tool for Quality Improvement: A New Public Management Perspective. [National Refereed Conference Paper], 21st Annual Conference of the Irish Accounting and Finance Association , Athlone Institute of Technology , 08-MAY-08 - 09-MAY-08.
Doyle, G.A. and Halgand, N.; (2008) Innovative Accounting and Control Practices in French and Irish Public Hospitals: The Role of Government and Related Issues. [Published Abstract], 27th International Congress of CIRIEC, Innovation and Management: The responses of public, social and co-operative economy enterprises to major challenges, Seville, Spain , 22-SEP-08 - 24-SEP-08.
Doyle, G.A.; (2008) An Institutional Framework Analysis of Management Accounting Innovations: A Comparison of for-profit and not-for-profit health care settings. [Poster Presentation (Refereed)], American Accounting Association Annual Meeting , Anaheim, California, USA , 03-AUG-08 - 06-AUG-08.
Doyle, G.A.; (2008) How to Manage the Real Innovation in Public Administration. [Invited Oral Presentation], 3rd Workshop Nationale di Azienda Publicca, University of Salerno, Italy , 05-JUN-08 - 06-JUN-08.
Doyle, G.; (2007) An Institutional Framework Analysis of Management Accounting Innovations: Comparison of for-profit and not-for-profit health care settings. [International Refereed Conference], 30th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association, Lisbon , 23-APR-07 - 27-APR-07.
Doyle, G., Duffy, L. & McCahey, M.; (2007) An Empirical Study of Adoption/Non-adoption of Activity Based Costing in Hospitals in Ireland. [National Refereed Conference Paper], 20th Annual Conference of the Irish Accounting and Finance Association, Tralee Institute of Technology , 10-MAY-07 - 11-MAY-07.
Doyle, G.; (2006) The 'fate' of activity based costing: A changing context within and beyond organisational boundaries. [International Refereed Conference], 29th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association, UCD , 22-MAR-06 - 24-MAR-06.
Doyle, G., Eden, R. and Maingot, M.; (2006) Case studies of ABC adoption in hospitals: A comparison across Canada and Ireland. [International Refereed Conference], 19th Annual Conference of the Irish Accounting and Finance Association, Dublin City University , 11-MAY-06 - 12-MAY-06.
Doyle, G.; (2006) Organising Committee - 19th Annual Conference of the Irish Accounting and Finance Association. [Conference Organising Committee Member], 19th Annual Conference of the Irish Accounting and Finance Association, May 2006, Dublin City University , 11-MAY-06 - 12-MAY-06.
Doyle, G.; (2006) Organising Committee - 29th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association. [Conference Organising Committee Member], 29th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association, March 2006, UCD , 22-MAR-06 - 24-MAR-06.
Doyle, G.; (2006) 29th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association,. [Chaired Session], 29th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association, March 2006, UCD , 22-MAR-06 - 24-MAR-06.
Doyle, G.; (2006) 19th Annual Conference of the Irish Accounting and Finance Association. [Chaired Session], 19th Annual Conference of the Irish Accounting and Finance Association, May 2006, Dublin City University , 11-MAY-06 - 12-MAY-06.
Doyle, G.; (2006) Innovations in Accounting for Health Care: A Public/Private Comparison. [National Refereed Conference Paper], Irish Academy of Management 2006 Conference, University College Cork , 06-SEP-06 - 08-SEP-06.
Doyle, G.; (2005) Devolved Budgeting for Midwife/Nurse Managers: An Education Needs Assessment. [International Refereed Conference], 28th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association, Gothenborg University, Sweden , 18-MAY-05 - 20-MAY-05.
Doyle, G.; (2004) Clinicians as governable persons and calculable persons: The role of the state and the role of accounting innovations. [International Refereed Conference], 17th Annual Conference of the Irish Accounting & Finance Association, Queen's University of Belfast , 19-APR-04 - 20-APR-04.
Doyle, G.; (2004) The Brennan Report its impact on the Irish Health Service. [National Refereed Conference Paper], The Academy of Medical Laboratory Science National Scientific Conference Biomedica 2004, Dublin , 05-MAY-04.
Doyle, G.; (2004) Modernisation, Partnerships and The Regulation of Risk - Hosted Seminar. [Other], *, London School of Economics , 06-MAY-04.
Doyle, G.; (2003) Clinicians as Governable Persons and as Calculable Persons: The role of accounting innovations,. [International Refereed Conference], European Accounting Association, Seville , 01-APR-03 - 04-APR-03.
Doyle, G.; (2003) ACCA sponsored IAFA seminar. [Conference Organising Committee Member], IAFA Seminar, University College Dublin , 01-MAR-03.
Doyle, G. & Scarparo, S.; (2002) Clinicians in management: a comparative analysis of the Irish and Scottish cases a joint presentation with Simona Scarparo, Edinburgh University. [International Refereed Conference], Final AREHCAS Symposium, Venice , 25-MAR-02 - 27-MAR-02.
Doyle, G.; (2002) The organisational and interorganisational consequences of innovative calculative practices: A longitudinal field study. [International Refereed Conference], Final AREHCAS Symposium, Venice , 25-MAR-02 - 27-MAR-02.
Doyle, G.; (2002) Innovative calculative practices in the health care industry: an Introduction . [International Refereed Conference], Final AREHCAS Symposium, Venice , 25-MAR-02 - 27-MAR-02.
Doyle, G.; (2002) 'Budget Preparation and Interpretation' and 'Budget Responsibility'. [Invited Oral Presentation], 'Building Management Excellence for Clinicians: Insights and Applications from Leading-edge Business Practice', * , 27-FEB-02.
Doyle, G.; (2002) Rethinking the Factory Cultural Values - Hosted Seminar. [Other], Prof Ted O'Leary, Manchester School of Accounting and Finance, University of Manchester, University of Manchester, Rethinking the Factory Cultural Values, February 2002 , 01-FEB-02.
Doyle, G.; (2002) A cross-cultural analysis of activity based costing in health care institutions: A comparison of France, Germany, Ireland and Italy. [International Refereed Conference], Final AREHCAS Symposium, 25-27 March 2002, Venice, Venice , 25-MAR-02 - 27-MAR-02.
Doyle, G.; (1999) The Emergence of Accounting Innovations: A Health Care Setting. [National Refereed Conference Paper], 12th Annual Conference of The Irish Accounting and Finance Association, University College Cork , 10-MAY-99 - 11-MAY-99.
Doyle, G.; (1999) Accounting and Health Care. [Conference Organising Committee Member], 2nd AREHCAS Workshop on Accounting and Health Care, * , 11-DEC-99 - 12-DEC-99.
Doyle, G. (1996) Modern Costing Technologies in the Health Service within a Changing Environment. [Oral Presentation], European Accounting Association Doctoral Colloquium, Bergen, Norway, , 12-MAY-96 - 14-MAY-96.

Committees

Committee : Internationalisation Task Force, UCD School of Business
Committee : Strategy Steering Committee, UCD School of Business
Committee : Programmatic Review Panel for the School of Business and Humanities, Institute of Technology, Tallaght
Committee : Bachelor of Commerce International Committee
Committee : The University Teaching Committee
Committee : Staff/Student Consultative Forum
Committee : Task Force on the Quinn School Learning Environment
Committee : Undergraduate Reform Implementation Committee
Committee : Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement Co-ordinating Committee
Committee : UCD School of Business International Committee
Committee : Irish Accounting and Finance Association
Committee : Irish Accounting and Finance Association

Employment

Employer: University College Dublin
Position: Lecturer in Accounting
Employer: KPMG - Stokes Kennedy Crowley
Position: Audit trainee/audit senior
Employer: KPMG - Stokes Kennedy Crowley
Position: Taxation senior/ taxation assistant manager
Employer: KPMG - Stokes Kennedy Crowley
Position: Training manager

Education

Year 1986 Institution: Dublin City University (DCU), IRL
Qualification: PDA Subject:
Year Institution:
Qualification: ACA Subject:
Year Institution:
Qualification: AITI Subject:
Year 2000 Institution: University College Cork
Qualification: PhD Subject:
Year 1985 Institution: University College Dublin
Qualification: BSc Subject:
Year 2007 Institution:
Qualification: AITI Subject:
Year 2007 Institution:
Qualification: ACA Subject:
Year 1989 Institution: Chartered Accountants Ireland
Qualification: FCA Subject: Chartered Tax Advisor
Year 1990 Institution: Irish Tax Institute
Qualification: AITI Subject: Chartered Accountant

Languages

French:
Italian:

Consultancy

Client: Government
Client: European Commission: Expert Evaluator for FP7 2013 Health Theme
 

Journals Edited

Public Administration: Reviewer.
Health Promotion International: Reviewer.
Irish Journal Of Psychological Medicine: Reviewer.
Public Money And Management: Reviewer.
Financial Accountability And Management: Reviewer.
British Accounting Review: Reviewer.
Public Health: Reviewer.
The Irish Accounting Review: Reviewer.

Other Activities

Director of the MBA Health Service Management Programme 2005 - 2009.

National Representative for Ireland on the European Accounting Association Board 2004 for a three year term. Re-elected in 2007 for a second three year term.
Academic (External Examiner)

University Limerick, 2002/2003 - 2005/2006
BBS- Taxation theory and practice
BA Law and Accounting - Corporate taxation
BA Law and Accounting - Capital Taxation
Corporate MBA - Taxation Elective


External examining of Masters theses in taxation.

Dublin Institute of Technology, Certificate in Business Studies, Year 2, 2001 to 2004.

Waterford Institute of Technology/ Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland, Master in Accounting - Advanced Taxation, 2002/2003 to date.

1997-2002: Member of Management Committee and Scientist-in-Charge of ‘Accounting and Management in the Reform of European Health Care Systems' (AREHCAS) research project. University College Dublin is a joint partner with an industrial member (the accounting firm Oliver Freaney and Company). Five other universities participated in the contract:

University of Edinburgh
Universita Ca' Foscari di Venezia
Linkoping University
Univeristy of Nantes
Technische Universitat Munchen

Publications

 

Book Chapters

Evert Gummesson, Gerardine Doyle, Alessandra Storlazzi, Carmela Annarumma, Giuseppe Favretto, Aurelio Tommasetti and Massimiliano Vesci (2017) 'Health Myths and Service-Dominant Logic' In: P. Adinolfi and E. Borgonovi (eds). The Myths of Health Care. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing AG. , pp.1-21 [DOI] [Details]
Doyle, G., & Hunt E. (2016) 'Ireland' In: Michael Lang, Jeffrey Owens, Pasquale Pistone, Alexander Rust, Josef Schuch, Claus Staringer (eds). General Anti-Avoidance Rules (GAARs) - A key Element of Tax Systems in the Post-BEPS Tax World?. Amsterdam: IBFD Publishers. , pp.345-365 [Details]
Gerardine Doyle; (2010) 'Irish Taxation- Principles and Policy' In: Gerardine Doyle (eds). Irish Taxation: Law and Practice 2010/2011. Dublin: Irish Taxation Institute. , pp.54-86 [Details]
Gerardine Doyle; (2009) 'Irish Taxation - Principles and Policy 2009/2010' In: Gerardine Doyle (eds). Irish Taxation: Law and Practice. Dublin: Irish Taxation Institute. , pp.54-85 [Details]
Doyle, G.A.; (2008) 'Irish Taxation - Principles and Policy' In: Doyle, G.A (eds). IrishTaxation Law and Practice 2008/2009. Dublin: Irish Taxation Institute. , pp.1-966 [Details]
Doyle, G.A.; (2008) 'Basic Principles of Capital Acquisitions Tax' In: Doyle, G.A (eds). Irish Taxation Law and Practice 2008/2009. Dublin: Irish Taxation Institute. , pp.1-966 [Details]
Doyle, G.; (2007) 'Irish Taxation - Principles and Policy' In: Gerardine Doyle (eds). Irish Taxation: Law and Practice 2007. Dublin: Irish Taxation Institute. , pp.51-75 [Details]
Doyle, G.; (2007) 'Basic Principles of Capital Acquisitions Tax' In: Gerardine Doyle (eds). Irish Taxation: Law and Practice 2007. Dublin: Irish Taxation Institute. , pp.815-850 [Details]
Doyle, G. ; (2001) 'Case Studies from Across the Public Services: Health Care The Mater Miscericordae Hospital' In: * (eds). What you can learn from ABC: Activity Based Costing and Activity Based Management in the Public Services. UK: Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy. , pp.18-36 [Details]

Edited Books

Gerardine Doyle (Ed.). (2010) Irish Taxation: Law and Practice 2010/2011. Dublin: Irish Taxation Institute. [Details]
Gerardine Doyle (Ed.). (2009) Irish Taxation: Law and Practice 2009/2010. Dublin: Irish Taxation Institute. [Details]
Gerardine Doyle (Ed.). (2008) Irish Taxation: Law and Practice 2008/2009. Dublin: Irish Taxation Institute. [Details]
Gerardine Doyle (Ed.). (2007) Irish Taxation: Law and Practice 2007/2008. Dublin: The Irish Taxation Institute. [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

Doyle, G., O¿Donnell, S., Quigley, E., Cullen, K., Gibney, S., Ganahl, G., Müller, G, Muller, I., Maindal, H.T,. Chang. P,. Van den Broucke,. S. (2017) 'Patient Level Cost of Diabetes Self-Management Education Programmes: An International Evaluation'. BMJ Open, 7 (e013805). [DOI] [Details]
Gibney, S., Doyle, G. (2017) 'Self-rated health literacy is associated with exercise frequency among adults aged 50+ in Ireland'. European Journal of Public Health, . Available Online [DOI] [Details]
A.D. Jackson, A.L. Jackson, G. Fletcher, G. Doyle, M. Harrington, S. Zhou, F. Cullinane, C. Gallagher, E. McKone (2017) 'Estimating Direct Cost of Cystic Fibrosis Care using Irish Registry Healthcare Resource Utilisation Data, 2008-2012'. PharmacoEconomics, . Available Online [Details]
Doyle, G., Gibney, S., Quan, J., Martensen U., Schillinger, D. (2017) 'Health Literacy, Health Care Utilization and Direct Cost of Care amongst linguistically diverse patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus'. Health Literacy Research and Practice, 1 (3):e116-e126. [DOI] [Details]
Priyadarshini, A., Quinlan, M., Doyle, G., (2017) 'Connected Health: An Open Innovation Perspective'. Applied Clinical Research, Clinical Trials and Regulatory Affairs, 4 :1-5. [DOI] [Details]
Doyle, G., Kelly, R., O'Donohoe, S., (2016) 'Resource dependence as a mechanism for survival: The case of the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital'. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 27 (4):1871-1893. [DOI] [Details]
Muller I, Rowsell A, Stuart B, Hayter V, Little P, Ganahl K, Müller G, Doyle G, Chang P, Lyles CR, Nutbeam D, Yardley L (2016) 'Effects on engagement and health literacy outcomes of web-based materials promoting physical activity in people with diabetes: an international randomised trial'. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 19 (1). [DOI] [Details]
Kelly, R., Doyle, G. & O¿Donohue, S. (2015) 'Framing performance management of acute-care hospitals by interlacing NPM and institutional perspectives'. Financial Accountability and Management, 31 (1):69-91. [Details]
Kristine Sorensen; Jurgen M. Pelikan; Florian Rothlin; Kristin Ganahl; Zofia Slonska; Gerardine Doyle; James Fullam; Barbara Kondilis; Demosthenes Agrafiotis; Ellen Uiters; Maria Falcon; Monika Mensing; Kancho Tchamov; Stephan van den Broucke; Helmut Brand; 
 (2015) 'Health literacy in Europe: comparative results of the European Health Literacy Survey (HLS-EU)'. European Journal of Public Health, . [DOI] [Details]
Van den Broucke, S., Van der Zanden G., Chang, P., Doyle, G., Levin, D., Pelikan, J., Schillinger, D., Schwarz, P., Sorensen, K., Yardley, L. and Riemenschneider, H. (2014) 'Enhancing the Effectiveness of Diabetes Self-Management Education: The Diabetes Literacy Project'. Hormone and metabolic research = Hormon- und Stoffwechselforschung = Hormones et metabolisme, . [DOI] [Details]
Sorensen, K.,Van den Brouke, S.,Pelikan, J.M., Fullam, J., Doyle, G., Slonska, Z., Kondilis, B., Stoffels, V., Osborne, R.H., and Brand, H. (2013) 'Measuring Health Literacy in populations: illuminating the design and development process of the European Health Literacy Survey Questionnaire (HLS-EU-Q)'. BMC Public Health, 13 (948):1-22. Available Online [DOI] [Details]
Vromans L., Doyle G., Fetak-Opel S. et al (2013), (2013) 'Shaping medicinal product information: a before and after study exploring physicians perspectives on the summary of product characteristics'. BMJ Open, 3 (e003033):1-9. [DOI] [Details]
Sorensen, K., Van den Brouke, S., Fullam, J., Doyle, G., Pelikan, J., Slonska, S., and Brand, H. (2012) 'Health literacy and public health: A systematic review and integration of definitions and models'. BMC Public Health, 12 (80):0-25. Available Online [DOI] [Details]
Fullam, J., Doyle, G., Sorensen, K., Van den Broucke, S. Kondilis, B. K. (2011) 'The development and validation of the European Health Literacy Survey (HLS-EU)'. Irish Journal of Medical Science, 180 . [Details]
Fullam, J., Doyle, G., Sørensen, K., Stoffels, V., Van Den Broucke, S., Kondilis, B.K., and the HLS.EU Consortium. (2011) 'Validation of the European Health Literacy Survey (HLS-EU). Locations: Ireland, The Netherlands, Greece'. European Journal of Public Health, . [DOI] [Details]

Other Journals

Gerardine Doyle; (2009) 'Poor literacy poses risk for patients' Irish Medical Times 43 (51-52) :34-34. [Details]
Gerardine Doyle; (2009) 'Health Literacy: The role of the health care professional' Irish Medical News 26 (3) :29-29. [Details]
Doyle, G. & Pierce, A.; (1994) 'Fixed Assets Accounting in Ireland' Studies in Accounting and Finance 1 (2) :24-28. [Details]
Doyle, G. & Pierce, A.; (1994) 'Revaluation of Fixed Assets: rationale, issues and developments' Studies in Accounting and Finance 1 (3) :11-17. [Details]

Conference Publications

Fealy G, Donnelly S, Doyle G, Brenner M, Mylotte E, Hughes M, Zaki M (2017) Developing the evidence base for a national clinical guideline on clinical handover International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare London, , 26-APR-17 - 28-APR-17 [Details]
Doyle, G., O'Donnell, S., Cullen, K., Gibney S. (2017) Cost as an elusive concept: Is Time Driven Activity Based Costing appropriate for patient costing? Public Services and Charities: Accounting, Accountability and Governance at a Time of Change Centre for Not-for-Profit and Public Sector Research, Queen's Management School, Queen's University Belfast, , 18-JAN-17 - 19-JAN-17 [Details]
Fealy G, Donnelly S, Doyle G, Brenner M, Mylotte E, Hughes M, Zaki M. (2017) Developing the evidence base for a national clinical guideline on clinical handover International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare London, , 26-APR-17 - 28-APR-17 [Details]
Doyle, G., Cinquini, L., Campanale, C., (2016) Understanding the emergence of new accounting practices in healthcare by analysing the institutional context: a comparative study 39th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association Maastricht, , 11-MAY-16 - 13-MAY-16 [Details]
Doyle, G., (2016) Problematics of government: technologies for governing tax avoidance Tax Administration Research Centre 4th Annual Workshop University of Exeter, , 21-APR-16 - 22-APR-16 [Details]
Quinlan, M., Geiger, S., Doyle, G. (2016) Patient empowerment as a driver of a Connected Healthcare eco-system - realistic or not? British Sociological Association (BSA) Annual Conference Aston University, UK, , 06-APR-16 - 06-APR-16 [Details]
Regan, D., Slevin, P., & Doyle, G. (2016) Using Time-Driven Activity Based Costing to cost complex chronic illness: The Case of Dementia Patient Classification Systems International Dublin Castle, Dublin, , 04-OCT-16 - 07-OCT-16 [Details]
Doyle, G., O¿Donnell, S., Quigley, E., Cullen, K., & Gibney, S. (2016) Enhancing the cost-effectiveness of diabetes self-management education provision in a European context 9th European Public Health Conference: All for Health, Health for All Vienna, , 09-NOV-16 - 12-NOV-16 [Details]
Doyle, G., O'Donnell, S., Cullen, K., & Gibney, S. (2016) A Time-Driven Activity Based Method for Costing Type 2 Diabetes in an Irish Health Care Context Patient Classification Systems International Dublin Castle, Dublin, , 04-OCT-16 - 07-OCT-16 [Details]
Doyle, G., & Burns, J., (2015) Non-institutionalisation of clinical budgeting practices: Existing Institutions Matter 10th ENROAC Conference [Details]
Doyle, G., O'Donnell, S., Quigley, E., Cullen, K., Gibney, S., (2015) Cost analysis of existing diabetes self management education programmes in Europe, Taiwan and Israel 3rd European Health Literacy Conference: Developing health literacy during the life course The Management Centre Europe, Brussels, Belgium, , 17-NOV-15 - 19-NOV-15 [Details]
Doyle, G., O'Donnell, S., Cullen, K., Gibney, S., (2015) A time-driven activity based costing method for costing T2DM 3rd European Health Literacy Conference: Developing health literacy during the life course The Management Centre Europe, Brussels, Belgium, , 17-NOV-15 - 19-NOV-15 [Details]
Doyle, G., O'Donnell, S., Cullen, K., Quigley, E., Gibney, S., (2015) Understanding national costing practices for costing Type 2 Diabetes Care: A mixed methods approach 3rd European Health Literacy Conference: Developing health literacy during the life course The Management Centre Europe, Brussels, Belgium, , 17-NOV-15 - 19-NOV-15 [Details]
Van den Broucke, S., Ven der Zanden, G., Change, P., Doyle, G., Levin, D., Pelikan, J., Rowland, G., Schillinger, D., Schwarz, P., Sorensen, K., Yardley, L., (2015) Diabetes Literacy: International research on diabetes self-management education at patient and provider level World Diabetes Congress Vancouver, Canada, [Details]
Doyle, G., Martensen, U., Quan, J., Gibney, S. Schillinger, D., (2015) Health literacy and the direct cost of health care utilisation among low income patients with diabetes in the US World Diabetes Congress Vancouver, Canada, , 30-NOV-15 - 04-DEC-15 [Details]
Doyle, G., O'Donnell, S., Cullen, K., Gibney, S., (2015) A mixed methods study on the costing practices for the care of T2DM in Europe, Taiwan and Israel World Diabetes Congress Vancouver, Canada, , 30-NOV-15 - 04-DEC-15 [Details]
Doyle, G., O'Donnell, S., Cullen, K., Quigley, E., Gibney, S., (2015) A time-driven activity-based method for costing T2DM related healthcare World Diabetes Congress Vancouver, Canada, , 30-NOV-15 - 04-DEC-15 [Details]
Doyle, G., & Burns, J., (2015) Non-institutionalisation of clinical budgeting practices: Existing institutions matter EIASM New Public Sector Seminar, Edinburgh University [Details]
Doyle, G., Gibney, S., & O¿Donnell, S., (2015) Patient Level Costing: A Time Driven Activity Based Method for Costing Type 2 Diabetes In Europe, Israel and Taiwan SPHeRE Network 1st Annual Conference: Health Research, Policy and Practice ¿ Creating Links for Effective Collaboration [Details]
Doyle, G., Kelly, R., O¿Donohoe, S., (2015) The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital: Transition from independence through to collaborative partnership with the State 10th Workshop on the Challenges of Managing the Third Sector [Details]
Doyle, G., & Burns, J., (2015) Failure to institutionalize new clinical budgeting practices in an Irish University Hospital: A Processual Approach 38th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association [Details]
Kelly, R., Doyle, G. & O¿Donohue, S. (2014) The Mater Misericordiae Hospital: From religious origins to incorporation - Have the founders come full circle? Irish Accounting and Finance Association , 29-MAY-14 - 30-MAY-14 [Details]
Doyle, G., and Hunt, E. (2014) General Anti-Avoidance Rules (GAARs) - A Key Element of Tax Systems in the Post-BEPS Tax World? Ireland's GAAR and Recent EU Developments Vienna University of Economics and Business, Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law , 03-JUL-14 - 05-JUL-14 [Details]
Kelly, R., Doyle, G., O'Donohoe, S. (2014) Exploring the development of performance management in acute care hospitals: Perceptions of senior hospital managers 8th International EIASM Public Sector Conference , 02-SEP-14 - 04-SEP-14 [Details]
Fullam, J. & Doyle, G. (2014) Health Literacy and Health Behaviours in Ireland 2nd European Health Literacy Conference Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark, , 09-APR-14 - 11-APR-14 [Details]
Doyle,G. (2012) The findings of the HLS-EU study and its implications for respiratory medicine and medics XIII Congresso Nazionale della Pneumologia UIP 2012, University of Catania [Details]
Doyle, G. (2012) Irish Findings for the HFMA International Costing Research Survey 2012 International Costing Symposium Imperial College London, [Details]
Fullam J., Doyle, G. (2012) Health Literacy in Ireland: Results of the European Health Literacy Survey European Public Health Association (EUPHA) 5th Annual Public Health Conference [Details]
Doyle, G., Kelly. R., & O'Donohoe, S. (2012) Exploring the development of performance management in Irish acute care hospitals Irish Accounting and Finance Association Annual Conference [Details]
Doyle, G. (2012) Technologies of Tackling Tax Avoidance: A governmentality perspective The 21st Annual Conference of the Tax Research Network Univeristy of Roehampton, London, , 05-SEP-12 - 07-SEP-12 , pp.1-13 [Details]
Kelly, R., Doyle, G. & O'Donohue, S., (2012) Framing Performance Management of Acute-Care Hospitals by Interlacing New Public Management and Institutional Perspectives EIASM 7th International Conference of Accounting, Auditing and Management in Public Sector Reforms, Universita Commerciale Luigi Bocconi, Milan, Italy [Details]
Doyle, G. (2011) Accounting and the everyday life of the medical professional: A review of a case study European Accounting Association Annual Congress Rome, , 20-APR-11 - 22-APR-11 [Details]
Gerardine Doyle and Kenneth Cafferkey; (2011) Health Literacy: The Economic Costs 24th Irish Accounting and Finance Association University College Cork, [Details]
Fullam, J., Doyle, G., & Cafferkey, K. and The HLS.EU Consortium. (2011) Literacy Screeners and the European Health Literacy Survey (HLS.EU) Results from Ireland The Association of Schools of Public Health In the European Region (ASPHER) Young Researchers¿ Forum, Copenhagen [Details]
Fullam, J. Doyle, G., Sorensen, K. Stoffels, V. Van Den Broucke, S. Kondillis, B. and The HLS.EU Consortium. (2011) Development and Validation of the European Health Literacy Survey Royal College of Physicians Ireland, Faculty of Public Health Medicine Summer Scientific Meeting [Details]
Doyle, G. (2011) Health Literacy Initiatives in Ireland The European Health Literacy Conference, Brussels [Details]
Gerardine Doyle; (2010) Accounting and the everyday life of medicine - a review of a case study 23rd Annual Conference of the Irish Accounting and Finance Association University of Ulster, [Details]
Gerardine Doyle; (2009) An Institutional Framework Analysis of Management Accounting Innovations: A comparison of for-profit and not-for-profit 8th Conference of ENROAC University of Dundee, [Details]
Gerardine Doyle; (2009) Sustaining Health Systems: From New Public Management to Sustainability Amercian Accounting Association Annual Congress New York, [Details]
Doyle, G.A and Halgand, N.; (2008) New Public Management in the Health Sectors of Ireland and France 5th International Conference on Accounting, Auditing & Management in Public Sector Reforms , 03-SEP-08 - 05-SEP-08 [Details]
Doyle, G.A., Eden, R. and Maingot, M.; (2008) Case Studies of ABC Adoption in Hospitals: A comparison across Canada and Ireland Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, , 24-MAY-08 - 27-MAY-08 [Details]
Doyle, G.A. and Grampp, C.; (2008) Accreditation as a Quality Tool in Public Sector Reform: The Fourth Stage of Convergence 5th International Conference on Accounting, Auditing & Management in Public Sector Reforms  Amsterdam, , 03-SEP-08 - 05-SEP-08 [Details]
Doyle, G.A. and Grampp, C.; (2008) Accreditation as a Tool for Quality Improvement: A New Public Management Perspective 25th International Conference of the International Society for Quality in Health Care Copenhagen, Denmark, , 19-OCT-08 - 22-OCT-08 [Details]
Doyle, G. (2008) An Institutional Framework Analysis of Management Accounting Innovations: A comparison of for-profit and not-for-profit health care settings Annual Meeting of the American Accounting Association, Anaheim CA , 03-AUG-09 - 06-AUG-09 [Details]
Doyle, G., and Halgand, N. (2008) Innovative Accounting and Control Practices in French and Irish Public Hospitals: The role of Government and Related Issues 27th International Congress of CIREC, Innovation and Management: The responses of public, social and co-operative economy enterprises to major challenges , 22-SEP-08 - 24-SEP-09 [Details]
Doyle, G., and Mulholland, D. (2008) Accreditation versus Governmental Supervision: Irish Perspective - Findings of UCD Research 6th European Partnership for Supervisory Organizations in Health Services and Socila Care Conference Copenhagen, , 10-OCT-08 - 10-OCT-08 [Details]
Doyle, G.; (2007) An Institutional Framework Analysis of Management Accounting Innovations: Comparison of for-profit and not-for-profit Health Care Settings 30th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association Lisbon, , 23-APR-07 - 27-APR-07 [Details]
Doyle, G. (co-authors Lisa Duffy and Melissa McCahey); (2007) An Empirical Study of Adoption/Non-adoption of Activity Based Costing in Hospitals in Ireland 20th Annual Conference of the Irish Accounting and Finance Association Tralee Institute of Technology, , 10-MAY-07 - 11-MAY-07 [Details]
Doyle, G.; (2006) Innovations in Accounting for Health Care: A Public/Private Comparison Irish Academy of Management 2006 Conference University College Cork, , 06-SEP-06 - 08-SEP-06 [Details]
Doyle, G., Eden, R., Maingot, M.; (2006) Case Studies of ABC Adoption in Hospitals: A comparison across Canada and Ireland 19th Annual Conference of the Irish Accounting and Finance Association Dublcin City University, , 11-MAY-06 - 12-MAY-06 [Details]
Doyle, G.; (2006) The 'fate' of activity based costing: A changing context within and beyond organisational boundaries 29th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association UCD, , 22-MAR-06 - 24-MAR-06 [Details]
Doyle, G. and Williamson, P.; (2005) Devolved Budgeting for Midwife/Nurse Managers: An Education Needs Assessment 28th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association Gothenborg University, Sweden, , 18-MAY-05 - 20-MAY-05 [Details]
Doyle, G.; (2004) Clinicians as 'governable persons' and 'calculable persons': The role of the state and the role of accounting innovations 17th Annual Conference of the Irish Accounting and Finance Association Queen's University of Belfast, , 19-APR-04 - 20-APR-04 [Details]
Doyle, G. (2003) Clinicians as ¿Governable Persons¿ and as Calculable Persons: The role of accounting innovations 26th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association Seville, Spain, , 01-APR-04 - 04-APR-04 [Details]
Doyle, G. (2002) A cross-cultural analysis of activity based costing in health care institutions: A comparison of France, Germany, Ireland and Italy Final AREHCAS Symposium Dipartimento di Economia e Direzione Aziendale, Universitá Ca¿ Foscari di Venezia, Venice, , 25-MAR-02 - 27-MAR-02 [Details]
Doyle, G. (2002) The organisational and interorganisational consequences of innovative calculative practices: A longitudinal field study Final AREHCAS Symposium , 25-MAR-02 - 27-MAR-02 [Details]
Doyle, G. (2002) Innovative calculative practices in the health care industry: an Introduction Final AREHCAS Symposium Dipartimento di Economia e Direzione Aziendale, Universitá Ca¿ Foscari di Venezia, Venice, , 25-MAR-03 - 27-MAR-03 [Details]
Doyle, G. and Scarparo, S. (2002) Clinicians in management: a comparative analysis of the Irish and Scottish cases Final AREHCAS Symposium Dipartimento di Economia e Direzione Aziendale, Universitá Ca¿ Foscari di Venezia, Venice, [Details]
Doyle, G. (2000) The Emergence of Accounting Innovations: A Longitudinal Case Study Approach ARECHAS Workshop Freising, Germany, , 03-AUG-00 - 05-AUG-00 [Details]
Doyle, G. (1998) Innovative Costing Technologies: An Irish Study AREHCAS Workshop Edinburgh University Edinburgh University, Scotland, , 11-DEC-98 - 12-DEC-98 [Details]

Published Reports

Regan, D., Quinlan, M., Doyle, G., Geiger, S. (2016) Medication Adherence: Improvements via eHealth Behaviour Change Interventions. Applied Research for Connected Health (ARCH) Report, UCD Nexus, Dublin, Ireland. [Details]
Quinlan, M., Doyle, G., Geiger, S. (2016) How Innovation-Ready are Healthcare Organisations in Ireland for eHealth? Views from Clinicians. Applied Research for Connected Health (ARCH) Report, UCD Nexus, Dublin, Ireland. [Details]
Priyadarshini, A., Quinlan, M., Doyle, G., Geiger, S. (2016) Medication Adherence with Smart Phones: Pharmacists Focused Apps. Applied Research for Connected Health (ARCH) Report, UCD Nexus, Dublin, Ireland. [Details]
Moore, G., Quinlan, M., Doyle, G. Geiger, S. (2016) Evaluation of the implementation of the national eReferral project within the Irish Health Service Executive ¿ report on preliminary findings. Applied Research for Connected Health (ARCH) Report, UCD Nexus, Dublin, Ireland. [Details]
Quinlan, M., Doyle, G. and Geiger, S. (2016) The Healthcare Organisational-level Change Challenge; Key Learnings from the Movement towards Integrated Care in the US. Applied Research for Connected Health (ARCH) Report, ARCH, UCD Nexus, Belfield Dublin. [Details]
Regan, D., Doyle, G., Geiger, S. (2016) Systematic Review on the Barriers and Facilitators to Acceptance of Connected Health. Applied Research for Connected Health (ARCH) Report, UCD Nexus, Dublin, Ireland. [Details]
Doyle, G., O¿Donnell, S., Quigley, E., Cullen, K., Gibney, S., (2015) Comparative cost analysis of existing diabetes self-management education programmes in the EU, Israel and Taiwan. http://www.diabetesliteracy.eu, submitted to the European Commission as a scientific deliverable for the project DIABETES LITERACY. [Details]
Doyle, G., O¿Donnell, S., Cullen, K., Gibney, S., (2015) The cost of type 2 diabetes care: a comparative patient level costing study. http://www.diabetesliteracy.eu, European Commission as a scientific deliverable (D4.3) for the project DIABETES LITERACY. [Details]
Doyle, G., O¿Donnell, S., Cullen, K., Gibney, S., (2015) Understanding the cost of type 2 diabetes care: a mixed methods approach. http://www.diabetesliteracy.eu, European Commission as a scientific deliverable for the project 306186 DIABETES LITERACY. [Details]
Fealy G, Donnelly S, Doyle G, Brenner M, Mylotte E, Zaki M, Hughes M (2015) Research Project to Support the Development of a National Clinical Guideline (Clinical Handover: Acute Hospitals): Final Report. Department of Health, Dublin. [Details]
Fealy G, Zaki M, Donnelly S, Doyle G, Brenner M, Mylotte E (2015) Clinical Handover in Acute Care Services: A Systematic Review. Department of Health, Dublin. [Details]
Doyle, G., Regan, D., Slevin, P., Fullam, J. (2014) A Costing Methodology for Dementia Care, Report of the Centre for Applied Research in Connected Health, University College Dublin. www.arch.ie, Dublin. [Details]
Doyle, G., Regan, D., Slevin, P., Fullam, J. (2014) Costing Dementia Care, Report of the Centre for Applied Research in Connected Health, University College Dublin. www.arch.ie, Dublin. [Details]
Cowell, A., Dowd, W., Moran, K., Bray, J., Regan, D., Slevin, P., Fullam, J., Doyle, G. (2014) ARCH Prototype Model for Connected Health, Report Code 1419. www.arch.ie, UCD, Applied Research in Connected Health. [Details]
Chapman, CS; Kern, A; Lageuric, A; Angele-Halgand, N; Angert, A; Campenale, C; Cinquini, L; Doyle, G; Garrot,T; Hansen, A; Hartmann, F; Hinz, V; Mateus, C; Perego, P; Sillut, R; Tenucci, A; Quentin, W; (2013) International Approaches to Clinical Costing. Healthcare Financial Management Association, HFMA: Bristol. [Details]
Doyle, G., & Gibney, S. (2013) Cost of Type 2 Diabetes: A literature review of activity based costing methodology as applied to health care services and the derivation of patient level costing, Report of the Diabetes Literacy Consortium. www.diabetesliteracy.eu, Belgium. [Details]
Doyle, G., and Slevin, P., (2013) Report on Health Literacy in a sample of Caregivers of Patients with Dementia. www.arch.ie, UCD Applied Research in Connected Health. [Details]
Doyle, G., Regan, D., Slevin, P., (2013) Health Care Economic Work Package Literature Review: The Economics of Connected Health Solutions. www.arch.ie, UCD Applied Research in Connected Health. [Details]
HLS-EU Consortium (2012) Comparative Report of Health Literacy in Eight EU Member States. The European Health Litercy Survey HLS-EU. Maastricht University, The Netherlands. [DOI] [Details]
HLS_EU Consortium (2012) Technical Report for the HLS-EU Project. European Agency for Health and Consumers, Brussels. [Details]
Doyle, G., Cafferkey, K. & Fullam, J. (2012) (2012) The European Health Literacy Survey: Results from Ireland. http://www.healthliteracy.ie, http://www.healthliteracy.ie. [Details]
Doyle, G. & Grampp, C. (2008) he Cost of Implementing Accreditation: What are the benefits? Final Report of the Retrospective Study. Health Information and Quality Authority, Health Information and Quality Authority. [Details]
           

Reports

Doyle, G.A. and Grampp, C.; (2008) The Cost of Implementing Accreditation: What are the benefits?  Final Report of the Retrospective Study. Reports [Details]
Doyle, G.A. and Grampp, C.; (2007) The Cost of Implementing Accreditation: What are the Benefits? A Literature Review and Analysis. Reports [Details]
 

Invited Seminars

Doyle, G. (2016) Conference Review with Alumni of the Comparative Tax Policy and Administration Executive Education program, Harvard Kennedy School, Global Tax Policy Conference: New Rules for a New Era, Dublin Castle, 9 -11 March 2016. Invited Seminars [Details]
Doyle, G. (2016) Can IP box preferential tax regimes effectively pursue regulatory goals?, Annual Euridtax research meeting, School of Economics and Management, Lund University, 14 March 2016. Invited Seminars [Details]
Doyle, G., O¿Donnell, S., Cullen, K., Gibney, S., (2016) Diabetes Literacy: The findings of the EU Diabetes Literacy Consortium, Research paper presented at the Health Literacy Conference, UCD School of Public Health, Physiotherapy and Sports Science, 4 March 2016. Invited Seminars [Details]
Doyle, G. (2016) Problematics of government: Governing and calculating everyday medicine, London School of Economics and Political Science, 10 February 2016. Invited Seminars [Details]
Doyle, G & O'Donnell, S., (2016) Costing Type 2 Diabetes Care - From disconnected care to opportunities for Connected Health Solutions, ARCH Breakfast Briefing, NexusUCD, 28 January 2016. Invited Seminars [Details]
Doyle, G., & O¿Donnell, S., (2016) The Cost of Diabetes Care, National Clinical Programme for Diabetes Planning Day, RCPI Setanta House, 27 January 2016. Invited Seminars [Details]
Doyle, G. (2015) Instruments to address tax avoidance: a governmentality perspective, International Fiscal Association Ireland, St Stephen's Green Hibernian Club, 23 September 2015. Invited Seminars [Details]
Doyle, G. (2015) A summary of the findings of the Diabetes Costing work package (UCD) of the FP7 funded Diabetes Literacy Consortium at the conference Diabetes Literacy- Strengthening Diabetes Self Management for All in Europe, The Management Centre Europe, Brussels, 17 November 2015. Invited Seminars [Details]
Doyle, G. (2015) Research and Development Tax Benefits in Ireland: Economic evidence for policy making, International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation, 21/22 May 2015, Amsterdam. Invited Seminars [Details]
Doyle, G., (2015) Science Meets Business: Connecting Accounting, Economics and Social Medicine, Science Meets Business Symposium, UCD Science Building, 18 February 2015. Invited Seminars [Details]
Doyle, G., O'Donnell S., & Gibney, S., (2015) The complexities of costing chronic illness: patient level costing of Type 2 diabetes care, Department of Epidemiology & Public Health Seminar Series, University College Cork, 6 May 2015. Invited Seminars [Details]
Doyle, G., (2014) Inter-disciplinary Research ¿ Learning and Innovation, Current opportunities for SSH Researchers in H2020 Challenge 6 & Examples of interdisciplinary success, Information Seminar for the Social Sciences & Humanities in Horizon 2020, UCD Research, 15 October 2014. Invited Seminars [Details]
Doyle, G., (2014) The Cost of Chronic Illness: the development of a costing methodology for diabetes and dementia, Department of Policy Analysis and Public Management, Bocconi University, 24 June 2014. Invited Seminars [Details]
Doyle, G., (2012) Clinical Costing in Ireland, International Costing Symposium, Imperial College Business School, 6-7 November 2012. Invited Seminars [Details]
Doyle, G. (2012) The findings of the HLS-EU study and its implications for respiratory medicine and medics, XIII Congresso Nazionale della Pneumologia UIP 2012, University of Catania, Italy, 3-6 October 2012. Invited Seminars [Details]
Doyle, G. (2011) Communication at the centre of the doctor¿patient relationship: Health Literacy and the EU HLS-EU project, co-hosted by Mediserve Communications, University of Naples & University of Salerno, Naples, 30 September 2011. Invited Seminars [Details]
Doyle, G., (2011) Accounting and the everyday life of the medical professional ¿ a review of a case study, Accounting and Finance Group, Manchester Business School, 15 June 2011. Invited Seminars [Details]
     

Invited Lectures

Doyle, G., (2017) Supervising Interdisciplinary Research and EU Funded Projects within the context of Structured PhD Prpgrammes. Invited Lectures [Details]
Doyle, G. (2016) Knowledge Development Box and Research and Development Tax Incentives: The case of Ireland, University of Lisbon, 24 June 2016. Invited Lectures [Details]
Doyle, G. (2016) Qualitative research: some theoretical lenses for interpretation, Instituto di Management, Scuola Superiore Sant' Anna, Pisa, Italy, 8 June 2016. Invited Lectures [Details]
Doyle, G., (2015) The Economic Implications of Health Literacy Interventions among the older population, European Parliament, Brussels, 28 January 2015. Invited Lectures [Details]
Doyle, G.; (2004) The 'Brennan Report' - Its Impact on the Irish Health Service. Dublin: Invited Lectures [Details]
                                   

Foreword

Doyle, G. (2014) Ireland¿s General Anti-Avoidance Rule and the Rule of Irish Law, Maguire T. (author), The Irish Tax Institute. Foreword [Details]
 

Radio Presentation

Doyle, G.; (2007) Health Literacy. Radio Telefis Eireann: Radio Presentation [Details]
     

Policy Contribution

Brennan, Niamh (Chairman) (2003) Commission on Financial Management and Control Systems in the Health Service. Dublin: Policy Contribution Available Online [Details]
                             

Addresses

Doyle, G. (2015) Health Literacy Research in Europe and Ireland: The State of the Art, A keynote speaker at the 19th Health Promotion Conference entitled Health Literacy: Research, Policy and Practice, NUI Galway, 18 June 2015. Addresses [Details]
Doyle, G., (2014) Learning and Innovation Through Inter-disciplinary Research, Irish Research Council/Health Research Board Workshop Creative Connections in Horizon 2020, Croke Park Convention Centre, Dublin, 11 February 2014. Addresses [Details]
Doyle, G., (2013) Audit Committees and their Effectiveness, Comptroller and Auditor General Annual Conference, Dublin Castle, 8 November 2013. Addresses [Details]
   

Research

Research Interests

Three research areas:
1.       Accounting/Costing for health care:  Gerardine has been engaged in longitudinal field studies of accounting change in the acute care hospital setting, studying accounting as a social and institutional practice. Gerardine has also carried out costing studies, cost/benefit analyses and budget impact analyses in the health sector. Gerardine has been engaged in a study of patient level costing with colleagues across 11 EU member states, co-ordinated by Imperial College London and is currently engaged in an EU funded study costing diabetes care and an Enterprise Ireland/IDA funded study on the cost of dementia care.

 2.       Health literacy:  Gerardine was the prinicpal investigator for Ireland on a study of health literacy across eight European countries (HLS-EU) funded by the European Agency for Health and Consumers (2009-2012). Gerardine led the work package 'Valorization activities for stakeholders at the national and regional levels' which resulted in the award of three societal impact awards.

 3.       Taxation: Gerardine has extensive publications in the area of taxation and is currently engaged in a qualitative research study surrounding the governance of tax avoidance.

Research Projects

Sponsor : EC Framework (FP7)
Title : (Diabetes Literacy)- Enhancing the (cost)-effectivenss of diabetes self-management education: A compartive assessment of different educational approaches and conditions for successful mplementation
Start Date / End Date : 01-NOV-12 / 31-DEC-15
Sponsor : Enterprise Ireland (EI)
Title : CHIC- Connected Health Technology Centre
Start Date / End Date : 01-MAR-13 / 31-MAR-15
Sponsor : EC - DG Health and Consumers (DG SANCO)
The National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA)
Title : European Health Literacy Survey
Start Date / End Date : 11-MAR-09 / 29-FEB-12
Sponsor : Merck Sharp & Dohme (Ireland)
Title : Health Literacy
Start Date / End Date : 01-SEP-08 / 28-FEB-15
Sponsor : Irish Health Services Accreditation Board (IHSAB)
Title : The cost of implementing hospital accreditation - what are the benefits?
Start Date / End Date : 01-OCT-06 / 31-MAR-10
Sponsor : Enterprise Ireland (EI)
Title : A pilot study of the relationship between use of the InsulCHECK device and glycaemic control among adults with insulin dependent diabetes.
Start Date / End Date : 01-NOV-14 / 29-FEB-16
Sponsor : Enterprise Ireland (EI)
Title : Connected Health HTA Analysis
Start Date / End Date : 01-JUL-14 / 30-SEP-14
Sponsor : Enterprise Ireland (EI)
Title : Developing Guidelines for costing of in-patient services in the EU
Start Date / End Date : 01-JUN-11 / 30-NOV-11
Sponsor : University College Dublin (UCD)
Title : Foucault and Studies in Accounting
Start Date / End Date : 01-JAN-16 / 31-AUG-16
Sponsor : University College Dublin (UCD)
Title : Technologies of Tackling Tax Avoidance: A Governmentality Perspective
Start Date / End Date : 01-MAY-14 / 30-APR-16
Sponsor : UCD School of Business
Title : A Cost Benefit Analysis of the Implementation of an Education and Quality Programme on Hospital Infection Rates: A Field Study in the National Maternity Hospital of Ireland
Start Date / End Date : 01-MAR-07 / 01-FEB-08
Sponsor : UCD School of Business
Title : New Public Management and Health Sector Reform: A Cross National Study Between Ireland & France
Start Date / End Date : 01-DEC-06 / 30-APR-10

Recent Postgraduates

  1. Susan Holst (2016) Professionalism in a Changing Tax Environment - The Impact of General Anti-Avoidance Tax Legislation on the Accounting Profession    
  2. James Fullam (2014) Conceptualisation, Measurement and Exploration of Health Literacy in Ireland
  3. Rosemarie Kelly (2011) Performance Management of Acute Care Hospitals in the HSE South, funded by the European Union (Technological Sector Research Programme - Strand III.) Joint Supervisor with Waterford Institute of Technology. The highest award was granted 'Award degree (no corrections required)'.  


 

Teaching

Teaching Philosophy

My teaching philosophy centres on teaching as a student centred activity, with students adopting a deep approach to learning. Enthusiasm of the teacher for their subject and their research interests is critical to creating the optimal learning environment. Our teaching should prepare graduates for life and for work.

Modules Coordinated

201600   ACC40720     Accountancy: Taxation Summer School
201600   ACC30010     Accountancy: Tax in Society
201600   ACC40820     Accountancy: Aviation Tax

Enhancement of Teaching

Enthusiasm for my subject and enjoyment of teaching are reflected in student evaluations which are consistently in excess of 4.0(80% satisfaction rating). I work hard each semester to maintain this measure of quality without compromising on academic standards. I am in constant communication with my students about their learning. I monitor my evaluations regularly and make changes in the classroom or in my assessment strategies as necessary. At the beginning of each class I set out an 'Agenda for Today', which mirrors the learning outcomes for the session. At the end of each class I summarise what the student should now know or be able to do. This ensures a focus on the learning outcomes for each class. I engage in a continuous cycle of self evaluation in order to refine my teaching practice. Feedback from students comes in a variety of forms, formally through end of semester evaluations and Student Fora and informally during student consultations and chance meetings around the Quinn School, UCD campus and student social events. I enjoy attending Student Fora and engage in reflective practice in order to respond to student concerns and to continuously improve my teaching. My experience and professional development as a teacher has provided me with a greater understanding of how students learn especially within the large lecture theatre. Over time I have become fully confident in such settings and to be as communicative as in small classrooms.

Review and Enhancement of Curriculum

Throughout my career in UCD I have been engaged in curricula review and enhancement at all levels: At programme level, I have been involved in a number of curricula reviews; the MBA Health Services Management with colleagues in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland programme (2006), the Executive MBA Task Force UCD Smurfit School (2007) and more recently I have been an active member of the Undergraduate Implementation Committee of the UCD School of Business (2010-2011). The remit of this committee was the implementation of new programme aims, curricula and programme outcomes for the B.Comm, B.Comm (International) and Business & Law programmes. This has been implemented with great success. At subject area level, within Accountancy, I have been an active member of a subcommittee (2001) with responsibility for reviewing the undergraduate curriculum and the evolution of accountancy modules from Stage I to final year. In addition, new electives were identified, developed and offered. Since 2009, I have developed three new modules in taxation so that the teaching of tax has evolved broadened significantly within a short timeframe. I designed an additional undergraduate module (ACC30070) to build upon the first module and to link with professional practice, obtaining new exemptions for UCD students from the professional taxation qualification of Chartered Tax Advisor (AITI). Furthermore I designed a new post graduate Summer Taxation Module in 2010/11 (ACC40720) with the professional accounting and taxation bodies, CAI and the ITI. I have also developed a new series of case studies for Masters students, to prepare them for their careers and professional exams. At module level, as part of continually improving my teaching practice and maximising student learning, I annually update my module design, assessment strategies, scholarly material and practical examples for problem based learning.

Developing as a Teacher

Over my 20 years of teaching at UCD I have become an accomplished teacher with a level of self awareness to ensure that I am continually developing as a teacher. As my research activities have evolved and broadened, so also have my teaching skills. A core value that I apply to my teaching is one of continuous improvement. Personal teaching development is an integral part of this continuous cycle of improvement. With this objective throughout my career as a university teacher, I regularly engage in teaching and learning workshops, seminars at School/University level and at international teaching and learning conferences. Given that my areas of expertise, Taxation and Financial Reporting, are constantly changing, my personal development requires that I be technically up to date. I therefore attend seminars, updates and conferences held by Chartered Accountants Ireland and by the Irish Tax Institute, in addition to using their web-based material. My strengths that distinguish me as an excellent teacher include: Enthusiasm for my discipline Excellent communication in all classroom settings Technical and professional expertise in my discipline Principal investigator in a number of large scale research projects which inform my teaching

Innovation & Leadership

I have been a member of the School of Business Teaching and Learning Committee and have held the position of Head of Teaching and Learning in the School of Business. I introduced and evaluated a School of Business teaching award in collaboration with the Centre for Teaching and Learning, UCD.

Collaborators

Internal Collaborators

Professor Brian Caulfield, UCD Dean of Physiotherapy, School of Public Health, Physiotherapy and Population Science

Professor Gerard Fealy, UCD Dean of Nursing and Head of School, UCD School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems.  

Professor Dermot Power, UCD School of Medicine and Medical Science 

Professor Susi Geiger, UCD College of Business

Professor Tahar Kechadi, UCD School of Computer Science, Insight@UCD Data Analytics

Professor Andy Protheroe, Centre for Business and Society, UCD College of Business 

Professor Imelda Maher, UCD Sutherland School of Law, Business Law and Regulation (BLREG) 

Dr Sarah Gibney, UCD Geary Institute for Public Policy 

Geary Institute for Public Policy (Member)                                                                       
 

External Collaborators

Professor Robert Kaplan, Harvard Business School
 
Professor Christpher Chapman, formerly Editor-in-Chief Accounting Organisations and Society, Bristol University, formerly Copenhagen Business School and Imperial College London, UK 

Professor John Burns, University of Exeter, UK

Professor Elio Borgonovi, Bocconi University, Milan, Italy

Professor Paola Adinolfi, University of Salerno, Italy 

Professor Lino Cinquini and Dr Cristina Campanale, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna Instituto di Management, Pisa, Italy

Professor Michael Lang, WU Vienna University, Austria

Professor Pasquale Pistone, International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation, WU Vienna University & University of Salerno
 
Professor Helmut Brand, Univeristy of Maastricht, The Netherlands

Professor Stephan Van den Broucke, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium 

Dr Nathalie Halgand, Faculty of Medicine, University of Nantes, France 
 
Dr Ron Eden, School of Management, University of Ottowa, Canada