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Tricia Keilthy

Occasional Lecturer

School Of Soc Pol, Soc Wrk & Soc Justice
Health Sciences Centre
Belfield
Dublin 4

Tel: +353 1 7166462
Email: patricia.keilthy@ucd.ie

Professional

Honours and Awards

Year: 2012.
Title: Department of Children and Youth Affairs Research Scholarship
Year: 2006.
Title: UCD Bachelor of Arts Graduate Scholarship
Year: 2013.
Title: Graduate Research Innovation Funding
Year: 2012.
Title: Graduate Research Innovation Funding

Associations

Association: Children's Research Network, Function/Role: Member
     

Conference Contributions

Keilthy, P (2014) Maternal employment dynamics and children's social and emotional outcomes in the UK, Ireland and Denmark. [Oral Presentation], Growing up in Ireland annual conference, Dublin , 26-NOV-14 - 26-NOV-14.
Keilthy, P (2013) Inequalities in family type and size: The significance of age at first birth. [Oral Presentation], European Consortium of Sociological Research Annual Conference, Tilburg, Netherlands , 14-OCT-13 - 16-DEC-15.
Keilthy, P (2013) Inequalities in children's outcomes: What are the mechanisms in Ireland and Denmark?. [Oral Presentation], Growing up in Ireland annual conference, Dublin , 27-NOV-15 - 27-NOV-13.
Keilthy, P (2013) Do children in more equal societies do better? exploring inequalities in Irish and Danish children's social and emotional well-being. [Oral Presentation], European Social Policy Network Doctoral Workshop, Mannheim, Germany , 04-JUL-13 - 06-JUL-13.
Keilthy, P (2012) Do children in more equal societies do better? exploring inequalities in Irish and Danish children's social and emotional well-being. [Oral Presentation], European Consortium of Sociological Research Annual Conference, Stockholm, Sweden , 16-SEP-12 - 18-SEP-12.
 

Employment

Employer: Institute of Public Health in Ireland
Position: Public Health Development Officer
Employer: School of Applied Social Science, UCD
Position: Research Assistant
Employer: School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College
Position: Research Assistant
Employer: One Family
Position: Research Assistant
Employer: Combat Poverty Agency
Position: Research fellow

Education

Year 2006 Institution: University College Dublin
Qualification: BSocSc Subject: Social Policy and Sociology
Year 2007 Institution: University of Dublin, Trinity College
Qualification: MSc Subject: Applied Social Research
Year 2015 Institution: University College Dublin
Qualification: PhD Subject: Social Policy
         

Publications

           

Published Reports

Keilthy, P; McAvoy, H; Keating, T. (2016) Consultation on the development of a National Maternity Strategy. Institute of Public Health in Ireland, Dublin. [Details]
Fahey, T; Keilthy, P; Polek; E (2012) Family Relationships and Family Well-Being: A Study of the Families of Nine Year-Olds in Ireland. Family Support Agency, Dublin. [Details]
Murphy, C; Keilthy, P (2012) Mapping of Social Justice Advocacy in Ireland An Examination of the Breadth and Depth of Social Justice Advocacy within the Non-Profit Sector . The Advocacy Initiative, Dublin. [Details]
Keilthy, P; Morris, M (2011) Young Parenthood - facts and challenges An analysis of the users of the Teen Parents Support Programme 2005 - 2008. Teen Parent Support Programme, Dublin. [Details]
Timmins, F; Glacken, M; Grogan,A; Frazer,K; McCarron, M; Keilthy, P; McDaid, O. (2010) National Consultation with Services Users and Healthcare Professionals on the Provision of Services for People with State Acquired HCV. School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College, Dublin. [Details]
Murphy, C; Keilthy, P; Caffery, L; (2008) Lone Parents and Employment: What are the Real Issues?. One Family and Combat Poverty Agency, Dublin. [Details]
       

Dissertations/Theses

Keilthy, P (2015) Growing up unequal: Does the context matter? An examination of family and childhood inequality from a cross national perspective. Dissertations/Theses [Details]
                             

Working Paper

Fahey, T; Keilthy, P (2013) Absent fathers, absent siblings: two sides of lone parenthood for children. Working Paper [Details]
Keilthy, P (2009) Medical Card Eligibility: Profiling People Living in Poverty without a Medical Card using EU-SILC 2006. Working Paper [Details]
                                     

Articles

Keilthy, P (2008) 'Raise medical card income limits is key message from community health projects', Action on Poverty Today, Autumn 2008. Articles [Details]
                             

Research

Research Interests

Child well-being and development, social and health inequalities, family dynamics, social services research, comparative social policy and quantitative research methods.