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Ronald George Moore

Lecturer

School Of Public Hlth, Physio & Pop Sc
Newman Building
Belfield
Dublin 4

Tel: +353 1 7168638
Email: ronnie.g.moore@ucd.ie

Biography

  • I grew up and was educated in Belfast, Northern Ireland. I have lived in Germany, Australia, and England before moving to UCD in Jan 2003. My D. Phil (1991) was a sociological survey and ethnographic study of Social Effects of Unemployment in a Protestant Community in Belfast (Examiner: Rosemary Harris, University College London). I hold a unique position at UCD, a tenured statutory post, teaching medical and social anthropology / sociology in the Schools of Public Health Medicine and Population Science and Sociology at University College Dublin Schools of (UCD) I contribute to courses and teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in both Schools of Public Health Medicine UCD and Sociology.
  • I am co-director of the Masters in Public Health Degree at the School of Public Health Medicine and Population Science at University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland and Course leader for the Human Sciences modules in the Medical Degree Programme teaching medical undergraduate students.
  • I have extensive teaching and teaching leadership experience. As senior lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University I was programme leader for the MA in Research Methods. This received full mode `A' and Research Teaching recognition (required for PhD training) from the Economic and Social Research Council, UK.
  • In my previous post as Senior lecturer at St. Bartholomew's and the Royal London Hospitals, Queen Mary, the University of London, I had responsibility for developing the very successful new Human Science and Public Health curriculum within the medical education programme. I was also trained in Medical Problem Based Learning Training (Maastricht Model) and I have used this approach while at St Bartholomew and the Royal London Hospitals.
  • I have acted as external examiner for four years for the Masters Degree in Health Sciences at St. Georges Medical School, University of London, (2002-2006) and was external examiner for a PhD candidate (medical anthropology) at the Central European University, Budapest, Hungary.

  • Qualifications: Degrees in Social Anthropology and Sociology. B Sc (Joint Hons), D.Phil, PGCE, MILT, FRAI, FHEA, FGIP.

Professional

Honours and Awards

Year: 2007.
Title: Fellow of the Higher Education Teaching Academy
Year: 2005.
Title: Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education Practitioner
Year: 2003.
Title: Teacher Accreditation (PGCE)
Year: 2003.
Title: Fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute

Associations

Association: Royal Anthropological Institute, Function/Role: Fellow
Association: Higher Education Academy, Function/Role: Fellow
Association: Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NI), Function/Role: Member
Association: Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, Function/Role: Member
     

Conference Contributions

R. G. Moore; (2011) Travellers and Change in the 21st Century. [Invited Lecture], History of Medicine Conference: Health, Illness and Ethnicity: Migration, Discrimination and Social Dislocation, University College Dublin , 01-JAN-11 - 01-JAN-11.
R. Barrett and R.G. Moore; (2008) The Legacy of contaminated Blood: Impacts on Current Perceptions of Risk. [Invited Lecture], The British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Conference, University of Sussex, Brighton , 04-SEP-08 - 06-SEP-08.
R. G. Moore and S. McClean; (2008) Integrated Medicine and the Problem of Folk Healing in Late Modernity. [Invited Lecture], The British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Conference, University of Sussex, Brighton , 04-SEP-08 - 06-SEP-08.
R Barrett, R.G. Moore & A. Stains ; (2007) Blood Transfusion in Ireland: Perceptions of Risk, A Question of Trust. [Invited Lecture], 13th Annual International Qualitative Health Research Conference Ewha Women's University, Seoul, Korea (Presentation), Ewha Women¿s University, Seoul, Korea , 20-JUN-07 - 23-JUN-07.
R.G. Moore ; (2007) Social Capital: The baby and the bathwater. [Chaired Session], Working programme of the Health Research Board Unit for Health Status and Health Gain. UCD, Health Research Board Unit for Health Status and Health Gain. UCD , 13-JUL-07 - 13-JUL-07.
R. G. Moore; (2007) 'Disenchantment', Biomedicine, and Folk Healing: 'The Cure', 'the Charm' and informal healing in Northern Ireland. [Invited Lecture], The Central European University, Budapest, Hungary , 01-JAN-07 - 01-JAN-07.
R. G. Moore; (2004) Guest Speaker. [Invited Lecture], Reconciling Mobility and Social Inclusion - the Role of Employment and Social Policy, Irish Presidency and the European Union¿s Directorate General for Employment and Social Affairs. Sligo , 01-APR-04 - 02-APR-04.
R.G. Moore ; (2004) Health Capital and Religion in Northern Ireland. [Invited Lecture], Annual American Sociological Association, San Francisco, San Francisco , 12-AUG-04 - 16-AUG-04.
R.G. Moore; (2004) Lambegs and Bodhrans: Religion, Identity and Health. [Invited Lecture], Presented to the 24th Annual Medical Sociology Conference, University of York, University of York , 26-SEP-04 - 28-SEP-04.
R. G. Moore; (2003) Guest Speaker, St Georges Medical School, University of London. [Invited Oral Presentation], Microscope and Stethoscope, Wands and Charms: Informal Healing in Northern Ireland, London , 01-JAN-03 - 01-JAN-03.
R. G. Moore; (2003) Microscope and Stethoscope, Wands and Charms: Informal Healing in Northern Ireland. [Invited Lecture], St Georges Medical School - Guest Lecture, St Georges Medical School, University of London , 01-JAN-03 - 01-JAN-03.
R. G. Moore; (2003) Health Capital, Religion and Identity. [Oral Presentation], 24th Annual Medical Sociology Conference, University of York , 26-SEP-03 - 28-SEP-03.
M Tourette, R.G. Moore and G. Feder ; (2002) Constructing clinical guidelines: an ethnographic case study. [Invited Lecture], 23 Annual Medical Sociology Conference, University of York , 27-SEP-02 - 29-SEP-02.
(K. McNulty. R.G. Moore [research team leader], K. Gerrish & M. McManus; (2000) Socio-cultural Status and Health Chances: The Irish In Britain. [Poster Presentation], European Society of Health and Medical Sociology Joint Conference: Health in Transition: European Perspectives, University of York , 14-SEP-00 - 17-SEP-00.
R. G. Moore; (2002) Post Post-modernism. [Invited Lecture], Regional Medical Sociology Group - Guest Speaker, University of Bristol , 01-DEC-02 - 01-DEC-02.
R. G. Moore; (2002) Formations of Culture. [Invited Lecture], Constructions of Irishness in Ireland, Britain and Beyond, European Studies Institute, Salford, Manchester , 22-MAR-02 - 04-MAR-02.
R. G. Moore; (2002) Culture and Identity in Northern Ireland. [Invited Lecture], Medical Sociology Theory Group, University College London , 01-APR-02 - 01-APR-02.
R. G. Moore; (2001) Cosmopolitan medicine and Commodification: Informal Healing in Northern Ireland. [Invited Lecture], 7th Annual International Qualitative Health Research Conference, Ewha Women¿s University, Seoul, Korea , 01-JAN-01 - 01-JAN-01.
R. G. Moore; (2001) White discrimination and health correlates: The Case of the Irish In England. [Invited Lecture], Seventh Annual International Qualitative Health Research Conference, Ewha Women¿s University Seoul, Korea , 01-JAN-01 - 01-JAN-01.
R. G. Moore & A. D. Sanders; (2001) From Inequality to Cultural Difference. [Invited Lecture], The American Ethnological Society, the Society for Cultural Anthropology and the Canadian Anthropological Society, McGill University, Montreal, Canada , 01-JAN-01 - 01-JAN-01.
R.G. Moore and A.D. Sanders; (1999) Is there light beyond the Gloom? Protestant identity in Northern Ireland. [Invited Lecture], Canadian Anthropology Society - Articulating belonging: The construction and contestation of (Trans)national identities, The University of Laval, Canada , 12-MAY-99 - 16-MAY-99.
R. G. Moore and A. D. Sanders; (1998) Protestant Nationalism and Conspiracy Ideology: 'Social Disorder and the Creation of a New 'Loyalist' Nationalism in Contemporary Northern Ireland'. [Non Refereed Paper/Abstract Presented at Conference], Canadian Anthropological Association and the American Ethnographic Society, Toronto, Canada , 06-MAY-98 - 08-MAY-98.
R. G. Moore; (1996) A Country Practice: An Investigation of Health and Lifestyle in Two Rural Towns in Northern Ireland. [Invited Lecture], Irish Anthropological Association, Ireland , 06-DEC-96 - 07-DEC-96.
R. G. Moore; (1996) Inequalities in Health. [Invited Lecture], Targeting Health and Social Need: World Health Organisation Conference, Southern Area College of Nursing, and Queens University , 15-FEB-96 - 15-FEB-96.
R. G. Moore and A. D. Sanders; (1996) Religion and Conspiracy: Protestant Nationalism in Ulster and the Northern Ireland Peace Process. [Invited Lecture], International Conference on Nationalism, University of Sydney , 15-JUL-96 - 17-JUL-96.
R. G. Moore, C. Mason, S. Harrisson and J. Orr; (1996) Inequalities in health in two Northern Ireland communities: Methods used and emerging policy issues. [Invited Lecture], Faculty of Medicine, Queen's University of Belfast, Belfast , 01-JAN-96 - 01-JAN-96.
R. G. Moore; (1994) The critical use of qualitative research in health care. [Invited Lecture], Nursing Care Conference, The University of Tromsø, Norway , 11-MAY-94 - 13-MAY-94.
R. G. Moore and A. Sanders; (1993) Identity, Ideology and Intransigence: Loyalist paramilitaries in Northern Ireland. [Invited Lecture], Ethnicity, Identity and Nationalism in South Africa, Comparative Perspectives, - , 01-JAN-93 - 01-JAN-93.
R. G. Moore; (1987) The Emergence and Diffusion of Capitalism and the Development of Ethnic Specific Labour Markets in Northern Ireland. [Invited Lecture], Trois Villes Conference, University of Paris , 01-JAN-87 - 01-JAN-87.

Committees

Committee : University Health Promotion Committee
Committee : Educational Curriculum Committee and Examinations Committee
Committee : Public Health and Population Studies School Board
Committee : Appointment Committee Royal College of Surgeons Ireland
Committee : Research Degrees Committee
Committee : Appointment Committee Sheffield Hallam University

Employment

Employer: The Centre for the Study of Conflict Research - University of Ulster
Position: Research Officer
Employer: University of Ulster
Position: Research Officer
Employer: School of Nursing - The Queens University of Belfast
Position: Research Fellow
Employer: University of Ulster, Queens University, and Liberal Arts, Social Sciences and Business College
Position: Independent Research Consultant & Visiting Lecturer
Employer: School of Social Science and Law - Sheffield Hallam University
Position: Senior Lecturer
Employer: The Centre for Voluntary Action Studies - The University of Ulster
Position: Research Consultant
Employer: The Centre for Voluntary Action Studies - The University of Ulster
Position: Research Consultant
Employer: The Centre for Voluntary Action Studies - The University of Ulster
Position: Research Consultant
Employer: University College Dublin - School of Sociology and School of Public Health, Physiotherapy & Population Science
Position: Lecturer in Medical Anthropology and Sociology
Employer: St Bart's and the Royal London Hospital, Queen Mary College, University of London
Position: Senior Lecturer in Medical Anthropology and Sociology

Education

Year 1985 Institution: University of Ulster
Qualification: BSc Subject:
Year 1991 Institution: University of Ulster
Qualification: DPhil Subject:
Year 1993 Institution: Queen's University of Belfast, UK
Qualification: PGCE Subject:

Languages

German:

Consultancy

Client: The Sydney Morning Herald
Client: ESRC (UK) New Security Challenges Programme
Client: Dublin Business School
Client: Economic and Social Research Council UK. Member of the commissioning panel for the ESRC (UK) New Security Challenges Programme. Responsibility to oversee and administer the allocation of some £5 million to the research programme.
Client: Health Research Board Application for a Methodology Support Centre (CSTAR)
 

Journals Edited

Irish Journal Of Sociology: Reviewer.
Social Science And Medicine: Reviewer.
Ethnicity & Health : Reviewer.

Other Activities

Professional advisory / Consultative Work

  • External examiner for St. Georges Medical School, University of London. (MSc in Health Sciences, 2002-2006).

  • Member of the commissioning panel for the ESRC (UK) New Security Challenges Programme (2003-2006).

  • I referee for Leverhulme Trust and the journal 'Ethnicity and Health'. I am on the editorial board for the Journal 'Social Theory and health'. I have acted as consultant / advisor to research institutes, the WHO, and various Australian media agencies

Publications

 

Book Chapters

R.G. Moore (2013) 'Das Fremde mit Einbeziehen. Wissenschaftler, Politiker und Werantwortung in Konflikten' In: Georg Grote, Hannes Obermair, Guenther Rautz (eds). Un Mondo senza Stati e un mondo senza Guerre - Politisch motivierte Gewalt im regionalen Kontext. Bozen, South Tyrol: EURAC Research. [Details]
R.G. Moore; (2008) 'Social Class, Poverty and Health' In: H Cooke and S Philpin (eds). Sociology of Health and Health Care. London: Elsevier Press. [Details]
R. G. Moore; (2008) 'Inequalities and Health Disadvantage' In: H Cooke and S Philpin (eds). Sociology of Health and Health Care. London: Elsevier Press. [Details]
Sue Philpin and Hannah Cook ; (2008) 'Health Inequalities' In: Sue Philpin and Hannah Cook ; (eds). Sociology for Nurses and Health Professionals. London: Elsevier Press. [Details]
R. G. Moore; (2007) 'Protestants and Protestant Habitus in Northern Ireland' In: S O'Sullivan (eds). Contemporary Ireland: A Sociological Map. Dublin: Dublin University Press. [Details]
R. G. Moore; (2004) 'Lambegs and Bodhrans: Health, Religion and Identity' In: D. Kelleher and G Leavey (eds). Identity and Health. London & New York: Taylor and Francis. [Details]
R. G. Moore and S. Porter; (1998) 'Poverty in Health Care' In: Sociology Applied to Nursing (eds). Sociology Applied to Nursing. London: Balliere and Tindall. , pp.90-109 [Details]
R. G. Moore and A. D. Sanders; (1996) 'The Limits of an Anthropology of Conflict? Loyalist and Republican Paramilitary Organisation in Northern Ireland' In: Wolfe A. and H. Yang (eds). Anthropological Contributions to Conflict Resolution. Athens and London: University of Georgia Press. , pp.130-143 [Details]

Edited Books

R. G Moore and S McClean (Ed.). (2010) Folk Healing and Health Care Practices in the Britain and Ireland: Stethosopes, Wands and Crystals. Oxford & New York: Berghahn Press. Available Online [Details]
S O¿Sullivan, R.G. Moore, K. Allen, and T Inglis (Ed.). (2007) Contemporary Ireland: A Sociological Map. Dublin: UCD Press. [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

McGorrian,C.,Frazer,K.,Daly,L.,Moore,R.G.,Turner, J.,Sweeney,MR.,Staines,A.,Fitzpatrick, P.,Kelleher C.K.for the All-Ireland Traveller Health Study Research Team. (2012) 'The health care experiences of Travellers compared to the general population: the All-Ireland Traveller Health Study'. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 10.1258/jhsrp.2011.011079 . [DOI] [Details]
Ronnie.g. Moore, AITHS; (2012) 'Europäisches Journal für Minderheitenfragen. Last among equals: Irish Travellers and Health in the 21st Century'. Vol5 (No 1). [DOI] [Details]
S. McClean and R. G. Moore (2013) 'Money, Commodification and Complementary Health Care: theorising personalised medicine within de-personalised systems of exchange'. Social Theory & Health, . [Details]
Catherine McGorrian, Leslie Daly, Patricia Fitzpatrick, Ronnie G Moore, Jill Turner and Cecily Kelleher.; (2011) 'Cardiovascular disease and risk factors in an indigenous minority population: The All Ireland Traveller Health Study'. European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation, . Available Online [Details]
McGorrian C, L Daly, R.G. Moore, Jill Turner, MR Sweeney, A Staines, P. Fitzpatrick, C Kelleher; (2011) 'The Healthcare experiences of Travellers compared with the General population. The All-Ireland Traveller Health Study'. Health Services Research, . [Details]
McGorrian C, L. Daly, P. Fitzpatrick, R.G. Moore, J. Turner, C.C. Kelleher; (2011) 'Cardiovascular disease and social disadvantage in an indigenous minority population. The All-Ireland Traveller Health Study'. European journal of cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation : official journal of the European Society of Cardiology, Working Groups on Epidemiology & Prevention and Cardiac Rehabilitation and Exercise Physiology, . [Details]
Catherine McGorrian, Leslie Daly, Kate Frazer, Ronnie G Moore, Jill Turner, Mary Rose Sweeney, Anthony Staines, Patricia Fitzpatrick, Cecily C Kelleher for the All Ireland Traveller Health Study Research Team.; (2011) 'The healthcare experiences of Travellers compared to the general population. The All-Ireland Traveller Health Study'. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, . [Details]
McGorrian C.M., S. Abdalla, L. Daly, P. Fitzpatrick, C. Kelly, R.G. Moore, R. Nic Cárthaigh, B. Quirke, J. Turner, C.C. Kelleher, ; (2011) 'Cardiovascular disease and its association with measures of social disadvantage in an indigenous minority population. The All-Ireland Traveller Health Study'. Circulation, . [Details]
R Barrett, N. Heddle, H. Kirpalani, R.G. Moore, P. Shah, A. Staines ; (2011) ''Someone else's blood: Direct Blood Donation, Neonatal Transfusion and Parental Perceptions of Risk''. Journal of Risk Research, :1-9. Available Online [DOI] [Details]
McGorrian C, L Daly, R.G. Moore, Jill Turner, MR Sweeney, A Staines, P. Fitzpatrick, C Kelleher. ; (2011) 'The Healthcare experiences of Travellers compared with the General population. The All-Ireland Traveller Health Study'. Health Services Research, . [Details]
Mcgorrian C.M, S. Abdalla, L. Daly, P. Fitzpatrick, C. Kelly, R.G. Moore, R. Niccarthaigh, B. Quirke, J. Turner, C.C. Kelleher; (2010) 'Adverse cardiovascular risk profile in a disadvantaged minority community consistent with the thrifty phenotype hypothesis. Findings from the All-Ireland Traveller Health Study'. European Heart Journal, 31 :238-239. [Details]
Whelan J. , Fitzpatrick P., Abdalla S., Cronin F., Drummond A., Daly L., Frazier K., Hamid N. A., Kelly C., Mc Gorrian C., Moore R.G. , Nic Chárthaigh R., O¿Shea B. , O¿Mahony D. , Quirke B., Staines A., Staines D., Sweeney M.R., Turner J., Kelleher C.C.,; (2010) 'Socio-demographic, health status, psycho- social and lifestyle predictors of self-rated health in the All Ireland Traveller Health Study'. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 64 (1). [Details]
Moore R.G, J Turner, R NicChárthaigh, B Quirke, J Kilroe, N A Hamid, C Kelly, C C Kelleher.; (2010) 'Pushing against the hill': A Qualitative Study of Irish Traveller Health in the 21st century'. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 64 (1):11-1. [Details]
R Barrett, R.G. Moore and Anthony Stains ; (2007) 'Blood Transfusion in Ireland: Perceptions of Risk, A Question of Trust'. Health Risk and Society, 9 (4):375-388. [Details]
R Moore; (2007) 'Social and Health Capital in Northern Ireland'. Irish medical Journal, 100 (8):64-66. [Details]
Barrett, R; Moore, RG; Sweeney, M; Staines, A; ; (2006) 'Attitudes and perceptions of Irish transfusion patients'. TRANSFUSION, 46 (9):159-160. [Details]
Ronnie.g. Moore, AITHS; (2012) 'Europäisches Journal für Minderheitenfragen. Last among equals: Irish Travellers and Health in the 21st Century'. Vol5 (No 1). [DOI] [Details]
R. G. Moore ; (2002) 'Formations of Culture: Nationalism and Conspiracy Ideology in Ulster Loyalism'. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 18 (6). [Details]
R.G. Moore, S. Harrisson, J. Orr and C. Mason ; (1999) 'Health Professionals' perspectives on service delivery in Two Northern Ireland Communities'. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 30 (4):827-834. [Details]
Moore R.G.; (2010) 'A CVD risk profile in an ethnic minority consistent with the thrifty phenotype hypothesis: Findings from the All-Ireland Traveller Health Study'. European Heart Journal, 179 :410-411. [Details]
R.G. Moore and A.D Sanders; (1997) 'Protestants on Parade'. Arena Journal, 27 :8-9. [Details]
R. G. Moore; (1997) 'Mental Health in Rural Northern Ireland'. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 4 (3):222-223. [Details]
R.G. Moore, C. Mason, S. Harrisson and J. Orr; (1996) 'The use of an ethnographic approach to assessment of health need in Northern Ireland'. Nursing Times, 1 (4):251-259. [Details]
R. G. Moore and A. Sanders, ; (1995) 'Anthropology and ethnic reconciliation: How can anthropology assist the peace process in Northern Ireland?'. Anthropology in Action, 3 (1):40-45. [Details]
R. G. Moore and S. Harrisson ; (1995) 'In Poor Health: Socio-economic status and health chances'. Social Sciences in Health, The International Journal of Research and Practice, 1 (4):221-235. [Details]
A. Sanders and R. G. Moore, ; (1994) 'Southern Anthropological Society 1994 Conference Report, U.S.A'. Anthropology Ireland, 4 (1):45-50. [Details]
 

Conference Publications

Byrne G., R. G. Moore and L. Daly ; (2011) An exploration of Polish Migrants perceptions of accessing health care in Ireland British Medical Sociology Group Annual Conference, Chester UK [Details]
R.G. Moore; (2011) Medicine, Magic and Money Queen's University Belfast Presentation Queen's University Belfast, [Details]
R. G. Moore; (2011) Irish Travellers - Last Among Equals British Sociological Association, Medical Sociology Conference Chester, , 15-SEP-11 - 17-SEP-11 [Details]
R. G. Moore; (2011) Into the West: Anthropology Critically at Home Dynamic Anthropology: Tensions between Theory and Practice University of Helsinki, , 05-OCT-11 - 07-OCT-11 [Details]
J Whelan, P Fitzpatrick, S Abdalla, F Cronin, A Drummond, L Daly, K Frazier, NA Hamid, C Kelly, C McGorrian, RG Moore, R Niccharthaigh, B O'Shea, D O'Mahony, B Quirke, A Staines, D Staines, MR Sweeney, J Turner, C C Kelleher. ; (2010) Socio-demographic, health status, psycho-social and lifestyle predictors of self-rated health in the all Ireland Traveller Health Study Society for Social Medicine 54th Annual Scientific Meeting, Belfast, 2010 J Epidemiol & Community Health, , pp.A22-A23 [Details]
C McGorrian, P Fitzpatrick , S Abdalla, F Cronin, A Drummond, L Daly, K Frazier, NA Hamid, C Kelly, RG Moore, R NicCharthaigh, B O¿Shea, D O¿Mahony, B Quirke, A Staines, D Staines, MR Sweeney, JTurner, CC Kelleher. ; (2010) Risk factors for CVD are more prevalent in the Traveller population than in a comparable general Irish population Irish Cardiac Society, published in the Irish Journal of Medical Science vol. 179 (10) [Details]
CM. McGorrian, S. Abdalla, L. Daly, P. Fitzpatrick, C. Kelly, RG. Moore, R. Niccarthaigh, B. Quirke, J. Turner, CC. Kelleher. ; (2010) A CVD risk profile in an ethnic minority consistent with the thrifty phenotype hypothesis: Findings from the All-Ireland Traveller Health Study European Society of Cardiology Congress, published in European Heart Journal [Details]
Barrett, R., Moore, R. & Staines, A.; (2006) Risk Perception and Blood Transfusion - A Theoretical Analysis All-Ireland Social Medicine Meeting [Details]
R. G. Moore; (2004) Guest Speaker (Presentation and Publication) Reconciling Mobility and Social Inclusion - the Role of Employment and Social Policy Sligo, Ireland, , 01-APR-04 - 02-APR-04 [Details]
R. G. Moore and A. D. Sanders; (1994) The Limits of an Anthropology of Conflict? Loyalist and Republican Paramilitary Organisation in Northern Ireland . In: Wolfe and H. Yang eds. Annual meeting of the Southern Anthropological Society in Atlanta, U.S.A Atlanta, USA, [Details]

Published Reports

All Ireland Traveller Health Study - Our Geels Abdalla, Safa, Cronin, Fran, Daly, Leslie (Co-PI), Drummond, Anne, Fitzpatrick, Patricia, Frazier, Kate, Hamid, Noor Aman, Kelleher, Cecily C (PI), Kelly, C Kilroe, Jean, Lotya, Juzer,McGorrian, Catherine, Moore, Ronnie G (Co-PI) Murnane, Sinéad, Nic Chárthaigh, Róisín, O'Mahony Deirdre, O'Shea, Bríd (Admin support), Quirke, Brigid Staines, Anthony (Co-PI), Staines, David, Sweeney, Mary Rose, Turner, Jill , ; (2011) All Ireland Traveller Health Study - Our Geels Birth Cohort Study Follow up. Department of Health and Children Ireland, Departmentof Health and Social Services Northern Ireland, Dublin / Belfast. [Details]
R. G. Moore; (2010) All Ireland Traveller Health Study Part A of Technical Report 2. Demography and Vital Statistics. Report for the department of Health and children Republic of Ireland and Department of Health and so, Ireland. Available Online [Details]
Abdalla, Safa, Cronin, Fran, Daly, Leslie (Co-PI), Drummond, Anne, Fitzpatrick, Patricia, Frazier, Kate, Hamid, Noor Aman, Kelleher, Cecily C (PI), Kelly, C Kilroe, Jean, Lotya, Juzer, McGorrian, Catherine, Moore, Ronnie G (Co-PI) Murnane, Sinéad, Nic Chárthaigh, Róisín, O'Mahony Deirdre,O'Shea, Bríd (Admin support), Quirke, Brigid Staines, Anthony (Co-PI), Staines, David, Sweeney, Mary Rose, Turner, Jill , Ward, Aileen, Whelan, Jane ; (2010) All Ireland Traveller Health Study Technical Report 3. (214 pages). Department of Health and Children, Dublin. [Details]
Abdalla, Safa, Cronin, Fran, Daly, Leslie (Co-PI), Drummond, Anne, Fitzpatrick, Patricia, Frazier, Kate, Hamid, Noor Aman, Kelleher, Cecily C (PI), Kelly, C Kilroe, Jean, Lotya, Juzer,McGorrian, Catherine, Moore, Ronnie G (Co-PI) Murnane, Sinéad, Nic Chárthaigh, Róisín, O'Mahony Deirdre,O'Shea, Bríd (Admin support), Quirke, Brigid Staines, Anthony (Co-PI), Staines, David, Sweeney, Mary Rose, Turner, Jill , Ward, Aileen, Whelan, Jane All authors contributed to, and commented on, all aspects of protocol development and fieldwork as part of the operational research team and participated in weekly operational team meetings. ; (2010) All Ireland Traveller Health Study Technical Report 2. (198 pages). Dept of Health and Children, Dublin. [Details]
Abdalla, Safa, Cronin, Fran, Daly, Leslie (Co-PI), Drummond, Anne, Fitzpatrick, Patricia, Frazier, Kate, Hamid, Noor Aman, Kelleher, Cecily C (PI), Kelly, C Kilroe, Jean, Lotya, Juzer,McGorrian, Catherine, Moore, Ronnie G (Co-PI) Murnane, Sinéad, Nic Chárthaigh, Róisín, O'Mahony Deirdre, O'Shea, Bríd (Admin support), Quirke, Brigid Staines, Anthony (Co-PI), Staines, David, Sweeney, Mary Rose, Turner, Jill , Ward, Aileen, Whelan, Jane All authors contributed to, and commented on, all aspects of protocol development and fieldwork as part of the operational research team and participated in weekly operational team meetings. ; (2010) All Ireland Traveller Health Study Technical Report 1. (260 pages). Dept of Health and Children, Dublin. [Details]
Abdalla, Safa, Cronin, Fran, Daly, Leslie (Co-PI), Drummond, Anne, Fitzpatrick, Patricia, Frazier, Kate, Hamid, Noor Aman, Kelleher, Cecily C (PI), Kelly, C Kilroe, Jean, Lotya, Juzer, McGorrian, Catherine, Moore, Ronnie G (Co-PI) Murnane, Sinéad, Nic Chárthaigh, Róisín, O'Mahony Deirdre,O'Shea, Bríd (Admin support), Quirke, Brigid Staines, Anthony (Co-PI), Staines, David, Sweeney, Mary Rose, Turner, Jill , Ward, Aileen, Whelan, Jane.; (2010) All Ireland Traveller Health Study. Summary of Health Findings. (208 pages). Department of Health and Children, Dublin. [Details]
R G Moore, B. Fanning and D Ryan. ; (2007) 'Risk and resilience: An evaluation of the health and psychological needs of migrants in Ireland'. Health Service Executive (HSE) Report, Dublin, Ireland. [Details]
Fanning B, Moore R. and Ryan D. ; (2007) Anti-Racism and Intercultural Health: A Guide to Best Practice. Health Services Executive, Dublin. [Details]
D. Hawton, R. G. Moore, and R. Booy; (2001) Infant Feeding Study: Report of the Bangladeshi Community in East London. Paediatric and Child Health, Royal London Hospital / Queen Mary College, University of London, London. [Details]
R.G. Moore, S. Harrisson, J. Orr and C. Mason ; (1997) Health Professionals perspectives on service delivery in Two Northern Ireland Communities. Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS), Northern Ireland (NI), Northern Ireland (NI). [Details]
R.G. Moore, S. Harrisson, J. Orr and C. Mason, ; (1997) Inequalities in health and assessment of related health needs in two Northern Ireland communities. Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS), Northern Ireland. [Details]
R. G. Moore, S. Harrisson, J. Orr and C. Mason ; (1997) Health Professionals perspectives on service delivery in Two Northern Ireland Communities. Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS), Northern Ireland. [Details]
R. G. Moore, S. Harrisson, J. Orr and C. Mason; (1996) Inequalities in health in two communities in Northern Ireland. DHSS Belfast, Northern Ireland. [Details]
J. Darby, S. Dunn, C. McCartney and R.G. Moore; (1985) Belfast Areas of Need - Community Relations Schemes. Report For the Belfast City Council, University of Ulster, Centre for the Study of Conflict, Northern Ireland. [Details]
 

Editorial

R. G. Moore; (1996) March Away from Peace. Australia: Editorial [Details]
       

Reports

Fanning, B., Moore, R., Ryan, D. & O'Connell, J.-A.; (2007) Anti-Racism and intercultural health: Literature review. Reports [Details]
D. Hawton, R.G. Moore, R. Booy, et al; (2002) Infant Feeding Study Report of the Bangladeshi Community in East London. Paediatric and Child Health. Royal London Hospital / Queen Mary College, University of London: Reports [Details]
R. G. Moore; (2002) All Ireland Traveller Health Study. Summary of Health Findings. Report for the department of Health and children Republic of Ireland and Department of Health and social services Northern Ireland. Reports Available Online [Details]
R.G. Moore, S. Harrisson, J. Orr and C. Mason ; (1997) Health Professionals perspectives on service delivery in Two Northern Ireland Communities. Report for Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS), Northern Ireland (NI). Reports [Details]
R.G. Moore, S. Harrisson, J. Orr and C. Mason; (1997) Inequalities in health and assessment of related health needs in two Northern Ireland communities. Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS), Northern Ireland (NI). Reports [Details]

Video/TV

R. G. Moore; (1996) Television interview with ABC News (Australia) discussing recent conflict in Northern Ireland and interpreting Loyalist ideology. Australia: Video/TV [Details]
     

Abstract

Byrne G R. G. Moore and L. Daly ; (2011) Why do Polish Migrants access health care in Poland or Ireland? A Quantative Study. Abstract [Details]
     

Book Reviews

R.G. Moore; (2011) The Taste for Knowledge: Medical Anthropology Facing Medical Realities. Sociology of Health and Illness: Book Reviews [DOI] [Details]
     

Presentation

R. G. Moore; (2000) Socio-cultural Status and Health Chances: The Irish In Britain. York: Presentation [Details]
                         

Radio Presentation

R. G. Moore; (1996) Live radio broadcast: Analytical commentary on events in Northern Ireland on Gary Bryson's Late Night Live, National ABC Network (Sydney, Australia). Australia: Radio Presentation [Details]
R. G. Moore; (1996) Live radio broadcast: Analytical commentary on events in Northern Ireland on Philip Abraham's Show (Sydney, Australia)). Sydney, Australia: Radio Presentation [Details]
R. G. Moore; (1996) Taped interview for a radio broadcast: Analytical commentary on events in Northern Ireland for The Irish Echo (Sydney, Australia)). Sydney, Australia: Radio Presentation [Details]

Audio Tape

R. G. Moore; (1997) Assessing Health: Ethnographic approaches to assessing health need in Northern Ireland. Edmonton AB Canada: Audio Tape [Details]
R. G. Moore and A. Sanders with P. Carmichael, J. Hughs and J. Knox; (1995) The peace process in Northern Ireland and urban regeneration in Belfast. Oaklidge Ca: Audio Tape [Details]
                 

Research

Research Interests


  • Research interests are in health, illness and society, and in conflict theory, culture and ethnic identity. He has successfully gained major research grants and has led on various research projects. This included major ethnographic investigations of health and related need in two border villages in Northern Ireland, (commissioned by the Department of Health and Social Services, UK), and an international study of Irish Travellers Health.
Recent
  • Current (2014 active) Co PI, lead and (WP1 coordinator) on Research consortium FP7  (With Professor A Nichol, Chair of Critical Care Medicine, St Vincent¿s Hospital, Dublin)  Structural and Behavoural / Cultural Barriers to the Rapid Implementation of Large Multi-Site Clinical Studies in Europe in response to severe ID outbreaks.  WP1 REPORT

     (24 Million Euro Announced April 2013. Active from 1st Feb  2014). http://www.prepare-europe.eu/PREPARE-Network/PREPARE-partners

  • Current (2014 active) Co (PI) with Dr Stuart McClean An investigation into the health of migrant children in England. (£30,000.00, Initial start-up fund, University of West of England, Active from 15 July 2014).

  • Conference and Guest Speaker Contributions (National and International)
  • Dr Moore is considered by his peers as an expert in the field of conflict theory and his work is well recognised internationally and cited and used as key teaching material.
  • He has presented academic papers in the USA, Britain, Canada, South Africa, Australia, France, Korea, Norway, and was guest speaker at several major conferences including, the Conference on 'Reconciling Mobility and Social Inclusion - the Role of Employment and Social Policy' hosted by the Irish Presidency and the European Union's Directorate General for Employment and Social Affairs, and 'The Colloquium on Reconciliation and Reconstruction in Ethnically Divided Societies', (invited experts only) held in Johannesburg in 1995.
  • He has acted as Consultant / Advisor to several research institutes, the WHO, and various Australian media agencies.


Areas of specialism: Medical Sociology / Anthropology, Health Inequalities, Ethnicity and Health, Identity, Health and Conflict Theory

Research Projects

Sponsor : EC Framework (FP7)
Title : Platform foR European Preparedness Against (Re-)emerging Epidemics (PREPARE)
Start Date / End Date : 01-FEB-14 / 31-JAN-19