Paula Carroll

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There have been increasing calls for more gender-specific service provision to support young men's (20-29 years) mental health and well-being. In Ireland, young men are the demographic group that are most likely to die by suicide but among the least likely to seek help. This study sought to investigate service providers' perspectives on the factors that(More)
Computers are playing an increasing role in education. They are being used more and more in all areas of the curriculum. In the teaching of history they may be used in a variety of ways. One such way is to use a multimedia program with children, before bringing them on a museum visit, with the aim of enriching their visit and enhancing their appreciation of(More)
ion.” (Hjorland, 2000a, p.506) “The goal for Library and Information Science is to write a history of its theoretical development abstracted from the concrete technologies in which its principles have been studied.” (ibid., p.512) This disjunction is also noted by Bonnevie (2001) who observes that theory in IS tends to remain at the meta level and is not(More)
This study set out to identify the mediators of diffusion of a Training of Trainers (ToT) programme; focusing on ENGAGE, Ireland's national men's health training programme, we explored the process (planning, implementation and maintenance) of using a ToT model of training to affect change in gender sensitive health and social service provision for men. Our(More)
The use of Gregorc's mind mediation channel theories as a framework for continuing education planning has been successful and well received by participants on the basis of evaluation responses received over a 2-year period. This framework has been especially applicable in the setting described because participants form a heterogeneous audience drawn from(More)
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