Research Output

Peer Reveiwed Publications

  1. Lafferty Attracta, Phillips Dominique, Dowling‐Hertherington Linda, Fahy Majella, Moloney Breda, Duffy Clare, Paul Gillian, Fealy Gerard, and Kroll Thilo. “Colliding worlds: Family carers’ experiences of balancing work and care in Ireland during the COVID‐19 pandemic.” Health & Social Care in the Community (2021).
  2. Phillips Dominique, Gillian Paul, Majella Fahy, Linda Dowling-Hetherington, Thilo Kroll, Breda Moloney, Clare Duffy, Gerard Fealy, and Attracta Lafferty. “The invisible workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic: Family carers at the frontline.” HRB Open Research 3 (2020).
  3. Lafferty Attracta, Dominique Phillips, Gillian Paul, Gerard Fealy, Majella Fahy, Linda Dowling-Hetherington, Clare Duffy, Breda Moloney, and Thilo Kroll. “Stage 1 Registered Report: A scoping review protocol to map the evidence on family carers who combine work with care.” HRB Open Research 2 (2019): 7.

Conference Presentations

  1. Moloney, B. (2020, November). Young carers in upper secondary school and their future career prospects. The 3rd International Young Carers Conference. Brussels [Conference postponed until May 2021].
  2. Fahy M., Dowling-Hetherington, L., Phillips, D., Kroll, T. Fealy, G. Paul, G., Moloney, B. Duffy, C. & Lafferty, A. (2020, August). Negotiating flexible working arrangements: The experiences of working family carers. Paper accepted to the Irish Academy of Management Conference, Dublin City University [Conference postponed until August 2021] ORAL
  3. Phillips, D., Kroll, T., Duffy, C., Fealy, G., Paul, G., Dowling-Heatherington, L., Fahy, M., Moloney, B., & Lafferty, A. (2020, April). Altering work arrangements to accommodate care commitments: Family carers’ experiences in the Irish context. Paper accepted to the Sustainable Care International Conference, Sheffield, UK. [Conference postponed until April 2021] ORAL
  4. Moloney, B. (2020, April). An exploration of young carers’ experiences in secondary school and their perceptions regarding future career prospects. Paper accepted to Sustainable Care International Conference: Pre-conference Workshop for PhD students and Early Career Researchers. Sheffield, UK. [Conference postponed until April 2021] ORAL
  5. Moloney, B. (2020, March). An exploration of young carers’ experiences in secondary school and their perceptions regarding future career prospects. College of Health and Agricultural Sciences Graduate Research Symposium, University College Dublin. [Postponed until further notice] ORAL
  6. Lafferty, A. and Fahy, M. (2020, February). The CAREWELL project: Reconciling work and care.Women’s Committee, Irish Congress of Trade Unions, Parnell Square, Dublin. ORAL
  7. Lafferty, A. (2019, December). The CAREWELL project. Paper presented at the Key Stakeholder Seminar: Supporting Family Carers in the Workplace, Ashling Hotel, Dublin. ORAL
  8. Phillips, D., Kroll, T., Duffy, C., Fealy, G., Paul, G., Dowling-Heatherington, L., Fahy, M., Moloney, B., & Lafferty, A. (2019, November). Family carers’ experiences of altering work arrangements to provide care: A qualitative case study approach. Paper presented to Care Alliance Ireland/UCD Family Carers’ Conference, University College Dublin. ORAL

Other Publications

  1. Lafferty Attracta, Dowling-Hetherington Linda, Fahy Majella, Paul Gillian, Phillips Dominique, Fealy Gerard, Maloney Breda, Duffy Clare, Kroll Thilo. Submission to the Public Consultation on Flexible Working. (2020).
  2. Lafferty, A. (2019, October). An ultimate juggling act – Balancing caregiving and paid work [blog post].
    Retrieved from https://blog.hrbopenresearch.org/2019/10/29/an-ultimate-juggling-act-balancing-caregiving-and-paid-work/