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Trinity College Student Conducting Research

Hugh Fulham-McQuillan is a PhD student in the School of Nursing and Midwifery in Trinity College, under the supervision of Dr Gabrielle McKee and Dr Louise Doyle. As part of his research he is recruiting participants for a study on older adult mental health and alcohol consumption.

The criteria for participating in the study is to be aged 65 and over, have a diagnosis of depression and/or anxiety, and regularly drink alcohol. Participants would take part in a 30-60 minute interview with Hugh on their mental health and alcohol consumption in Beaumont Hospital, or in your local health centre.

More information can be found on Hugh's research project here>>>

If you would like to take part in this study, please contact Hugh directly via email or call him on 086 356 2156.


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