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Mr. Greg Sheaf

Assistant Librarian (Library)
USSHER LIBRARY


After completing a degree in Jurisprudence at Oxford and an Information Studies diploma at UCD, and serving an apprenticeship as a library assistant at St Vincent's University Hospital, Greg Sheaf joined the Library of Trinity College Dublin as an Assistant Librarian in 2005. Since then he was appointed as Web Services Librarian, editor of the Library website.
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Bina Rena, Ganho-Avila Ana, Kittel-Schneider Sarah, Lambregtse-van den Berg Mijke P., Lega Ilaria, Lupattelli Angela, Ramos Mariana Moura, Rados Sandra Nakic, Rodriguez-Munoz Maria F., Sheaf Greg, Skalkidou Alkistis, Uka Ana, Uusitalo Susanne, van den Abeele Laurence, Evidence-based clinical practice guidelines for prevention, screening and treatment of peripartum depression, September, 2023, Report, PUBLISHED  URL
Keogh, B., Murphy, E., Doyle, L., Sheaf, G., Watts, M. & Higgins, A., Mental Health Service Users Experiences of Medication Discontinuation: A Systematic Review of Qualitative Studies , Journal of Mental Health, 31, (2), 2022, p227 - 238, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI
Gillman A, Hayes M; Sheaf G, Walshe M, Reynolds JV, Regan J, Exercise-Based Dysphagia Rehabilitation for Adults with Oesophageal Cancer: a Systematic Review, BMC Cancer, 2022, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Boland V, Drury A, Sheaf G, Brady AM., Living with or beyond lymphoma: A rapid review of the unmet needs of lymphoma survivors., Psycho-Oncology, 2022, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
Abujaber N., Vallieres F., McBride K.A., Sheaf G., Blum P.T., Wiedemann N., Travers A., Examining the evidence for best practice guidelines in supportive supervision of lay health care providers in humanitarian emergencies: A systematic scoping review, Journal of Global Health, 12, 2022, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Jurcek A, Keogh B, Sheaf G, Hafford-Letchfield T, Higgins A, Defining and researching the concept of resilience in LGBT+ later life: Findings from a mixed study systematic review, PLoS ONE, 17, (11), 2022, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Joan Gabrielle Lalor , Greg Sheaf , Andrea Mulligan , Magdalena Ohaja , Ashamole Clive , Sylvia Murphy-Tighe , Esperanza Debby Ng , Shefaly Shorey, Parental experiences with changes in maternity care during the Covid-19 pandemic: A mixed-studies systematic review, Women and Birth , 2022, p5 , Notes: [Aug 10;S1871-5192(22)00307-9. doi: 10.1016/j.wombi.2022.08.004 ], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Gillman A, Hayes M; Sheaf G, Walshe M, Reynolds JV, Regan J, Exercise-Based Dysphagia Rehabilitation for Adults with Oesophageal Cancer: a Systematic Review, Dysphagia, 10th ESSD Congress, 2020, 2022, Published Abstract, PUBLISHED  DOI
Thota, Anil, Mogo, Ebele, Igbelina, Dominic, Sheaf, Greg, Mustafa, Rahma, Bakrania, Shivit, Encalada, Alberto Vásquez, Wood, Gavin, Inclusion matters: Inclusive interventions for children with disabilities - an evidence and gap map from low- and middle-income countries, 2022, Report, PUBLISHED  URL
Jurcek A, Downes C, Keogh B, Urek M, Sheaf G, Hafford-Letchfield, Buitenkamp C, van der Vaart N, Higgins A, Educating health and social care practitioners on the experiences and needs of older LGBT+ adults: findings from a systematic review, Journal of Nursing Management , 29, (1), 2021, p43 - 57, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
  

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Andrew Murphy and Shane Mawe, 'Shakespeare the Irishman', Dublin, 2023, -, Exhibition, EXHIBITED
Keogh B, Carr C, Doyle L, Higgins A, Morrissey J, Sheaf J, & Jowett A J, An Exploration of Conversion Therapy Practices in Ireland, Trinity College Dublin, February, 2023, Report, PUBLISHED
Hickler, Benjamin, O'Rourke, John, Yearwood, Andrea, Sheaf, Greg, Tomsa, Sergiu, Bianco, Viviane, Mosquera, Mario, Bakrania, Shivit, What works to increase uptake of childhood immunization: A rapid evidence assessment of the impact of interventions targeting caregivers, healthcare workers and communities, 2023, Report, PUBLISHED
Emezue, Chuka and Pozneanscaia, Cristina and Greg, Sheaf and Groppo, Valeria and Bakrania, Shivit and Kaplan, Josiah, Child work and child labour: The impact of educational policies and programmes in low- and middle-income countries, 2023, Report, PUBLISHED
Sheaf, Greg and van Wijngaarden, Hilde and Mengel, Liz and Griffiths, Jennifer, The changing role of the library: Did adapting to COVID-19 make room for lasting changes or is there more to be done?, 2022, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
05206472 in, editor(s)Shenton H. , The Library of Trinity College Dublin: Director's Choice, London, Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers, 2020, pp76 - 77, [Sheaf G.], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Sheaf, G and Harpur, I., Learning From Within: The Development of a Community of Practice for Systematic Reviews, CONUL, Galway, 30-31st May, 2018, Poster, PUBLISHED
Higgins, A., Murphy, E., Sheaf, G., Doyle, L. & Keogh, B., Mental Health Service Users' Experiences of Coming off Medication: A Systematic Review of Qualitative Studies, Trinity College Dublin , 2018, Report, PUBLISHED
Brenda Sorohan, John Tuomey, Peter Dudley, Estelle Gittins, Sharon McIntyre and Greg Sheaf , The Berkeley Library and the veil of order: Paul Koralek in conversation with John Tuomey, Dublin, The Library of Trinity College Dublin, 2017, 1-36pp, Notes: [A transcript of a public conversation between architects Paul Koralek and John Tuomey, 17th November 2005, together with images taken primarily in 1967 and 1976. Produced to mark the first 50 years of the Berkeley Library, as part of a series of celebrations entitled Berkeley50], Book, PUBLISHED
Estelle Gittins and Greg Sheaf, Telling Stories and Engaging the Public: Online Exhibitions at Trinity College Dublin, Academic and Special Libraries Conference, Dublin, 11 February 2016, 2016, Conference Paper, PRESENTED

  

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