Dr Miriam Galvin

Associate professor in Intersectional Research Methodology
School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin

Dr Galvin has multi-disciplinary academic background: human geography (MA), community health (MSc), mediation (PgDip), higher education (PgDip) and psychosocial studies (PhD); working across a range of research projects tracking patient and caregiver journeys through illness, interaction with the health services, the conceptualisation and assessment of quality of life and caregiving experiences. Her research interests are health care and illness experiences; research design and methodologies; health services research; medical anthropology, and discourse. Dr. Galvin has worked as a researcher and research consultant in academic and industry environments, and as a lecturer in Research Design and Methods and Analysis.