Researchers at UCD

Jean Nee

Occasional Lecturer

School Of Nursing,Midwifery & Health Sys

Tel: +353 1 7166465


Occasional Lecturer, Research Assistant, Editor



Conference Contributions

Brady D, Nee J, Patton D; (2005) Is mental health across the ages achievable? The need to recognise the growing problem of mental health in young people. [Oral Presentation], 10th European RCN Mental Health Nursing Conference, Amsterdam , 10-FEB-05 - 12-FEB-05.
Nee J, Brady D, Patton D; (2004) Adolescent Mental Health: A Public Sociology. [Oral Presentation], 32nd Conference of the Sociological Association of Ireland, Athone, Ireland , 23-APR-04 - 28-APR-04.
Patton D, Nee J, Brady D ; (2004) Young Person's Mental Ill Health: What's the Problem?. [Oral Presentation], Voices and Images of Childhood and Adolescence: Rethinking Young People's Identities, St. Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin, Ireland , 16-OCT-04.
Nee J, Brady D, Patton D ; (2004) Child Mental Health: Rising to the Challenge. [Poster Presentation], 5th Annual Research Conference, Transforming Healthcare through Research, Education and Technology, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland , 03-NOV-04 - 05-NOV-04.

Other Activities

Edited Documents
UCD School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems
Scott PA, Treacy MP, MacNeela P, Hyde A, Morris R, Drennan J, Byrne A, Henry P, Butler M, Clinton G, Corbally M, Irving K (2006) Report on The Delphi Study of Irish Nurses to Articulate the Core Elements of Nursing Care in Ireland. Dublin: School of Nursing, Dublin City University and School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems, University College Dublin.
UCD Centre of Teaching and Learning
Editorial work completed for Geraldine O'Neill on HEA Funded Project entitled Case Studies in Student Assessments.




Research Interests

Research Interests
Supported Socialisation
Problem Based Learning

Recent Participation on Research Projects
Supported Socialisation for People who have Enduring Mental Illness
Women's Understandings and Experiences of the Menopause
Development of the Irish Nursing Minimum Data Set