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Dr. Eleanor Hollywood

Associate Professor (School of Nursing & Midwifery)
DOLIER STREET - SCHOOL OF NURSING


Eleanor Hollywood is an Associate Professor in Children's Nursing and an active researcher in the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin. She is a Registered General Nurse (RGN), a Registered Children's Nurse (RCN) and a Registered Nurse Tutor (RNT) with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland. Eleanor holds a PhD from Trinity College Dublin, a MSc (Nursing Education), a Higher Diploma in Children's Nursing and a BSc (Nursing). Eleanor previously served as Head of Discipline for children's nursing from 2012-2016 and is now the Course Co-ordinator P/G Dip Specialist Nursing including Gerontology. She is also the module leader for the new microcredential `Childhood Adversity: understanding the impact of childhood adversity on the life of the infant, child, and young person which is scheduled to commence in Autumn 2024.
  CHILD   Child centred research questions, study design, data analysis   CHILDHOOD   Childhood obesity   Children   Children's Nursing   Children's Rights   Clinical learning environment in nursing   Dermatology   Domestic Violence   FAMILY   Family-centered care   Health outcomes   International children's research   Neonatal Nursing   Nurse Education   Nursing   PERSISTENT POVERTY   Poverty & Social Exclusion   TYPE 1 DIABETES
 An evaluation of the Where Im At project for Meath Womens Refuge and Support Services (MWRSS)
 Joint research project on identifying integrated family support approaches for families living in the International Protection Accommodation system
 An Evaluation of the Barnardos Ballybeg Playground Service
 School-aged children and the management of Type 1 Diabetes in the primary school environment: an investigation of how to support children, parents and schools
 : ÍCARO: Improving the Community health through A transgenerational prevention and training strategy through preconception, pregnancy and post-delivery to Reduce Obesity

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Chair of the Children's Discipline 2012 - 2016
Member of the Children's Discipline 2006 - present
Member of the School Executive Committee 2012 - 2016
Member of the School Academic Forum 2006 - present
Member of MSc Curriculum Committee 2012 - present
Member of BSc Curriculum Committee 2012 - present
Member of the Children's Nursing Clinical and Academic Working Group 2015 - 2016
Course Co-ordinator P/G Dip Specialists Nursing including Gerontology 2023 - present
Postgraduate Management Group 2023 - present
Postgraduate Curriculum Group 2023 - present
Member of the School Marketing Committee 2012 - 2016
Member of the Children's and Young People's Research Group 2006 - present
Member of the School Erasmus Committee 2017 - present
Member of the Higher Diploma in Children's Nursing Course Committee 2006 - present
Member of Population Health and Behaviour Research Group, Trinity College Dublin 2018 - present
Child Health Ireland (CHI) Nurse Education Committee 2022 - present
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English Fluent Fluent Fluent
Irish Medium Medium Medium
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Children's Research Network for Ireland and Northern Ireland
Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation
Barnardos
All Ireland Society for Higher Education (AISHE)
Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland 2000 present
Hollywood, E., Banka Cullen, S. and Comiskey, C., Supporting women and children who have experienced domestic abuse, Trinity Health and Education International Research Conference (THEconf2023), School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, 7-9 March 2023, 2023, pp7-, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  URL
O'Neill, T. Hollywood, E. and Banka Cullen, S, The use of diabetes technology in the primary school setting: experiences of children and their families. A scoping review protocol, Trinity Health and Education International Research Conference (THEconf2023), School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, 7-9 March, 2023, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  URL
Marie Hyland, Dr. Sonam Prakishini Banka-Cullen, Dr. Eleanor Hollywood and Prof. Catherine Comiskey, Alcohol use among young people living in urban disadvantage: A sociocultural perspective on the protective shield provided by positive school environment, Drugs Education, Prevention and Policy , 2023, Journal Article, SUBMITTED
Marie Hyland, Dr. Sonam Prakishini Banka-Cullen, Dr. Eleanor Hollywood and Prof. Catherine Comiskey, Urgent attention required: Retrospective analysis of alcohol-related emergency department presentations by children and young people from a tertiary hospital in Ireland, ALCOHOL, 2023, Journal Article, SUBMITTED
Hollywood E, Child and Family Health Seminar Series 2023, 14th February , In:" `We Feel it Too" A Child"s Experience of Domestic Abuse", 2023, Online, Meetings /Conferences Organised, PUBLISHED  URL
Hyland, M., Hollywood, E., Banka Cullen, S. and Comiskey, C., Using an eleven year retrospective analysis of alcohol-related emergency department presentations by children and young people to inform appropriately targeted prevention programmes., 14th EUSPR Conference, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 4-6th October 2023, 2023, Poster, PUBLISHED
Hollywood, E., Banka Cullen, S.P., Murphy, M and Comiskey, C, An Evaluation of the Barnardos Ballybeg Playground Service, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Trinity College Dublin, October, 2023, p1 - 73, Report, PUBLISHED
Hollywood, E., Banka Cullen, S., Murphy, M and Comiskey, C, An Evaluation of the Barnardos Ballybeg Playground Service, https://doi.org/10.25546/104143, Trinity College Dublin, October, 2023, p1 - 73, Report, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text
Hollywood E and Comiskey C, Keeping kids safe these days: a case study of the health and well-being related perceptions and experiences of school-aged children who live in areas of urban disadvantage in Ireland., Lisbon Addictions 2022, Lisbon, Portugal, 23rd - 25th November, 2022, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  URL
Hollywood, E, It's not enough to be 'participatory', the process is just as important as the technique., Trinity Health and Education International Research Conference 2022 (THEconf2022): 'Resilience, Rehabilitation and Reablement' , Online, 8-10 March 2022, 2022, Oral Presentation, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  URL
  

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RTÉ Radio 1, 'Drivetime', RTÉ Radio 1, Monday 20th November 2023, Dublin, RTÉ Radio 1, 2023, -, Broadcast, PUBLISHED
SEAN MURRAY, Research shows importance of empowering children in domestic violence shelters, 2023, -, Notes: [Newspaper article based on report written by Eleanor Hollywood], Miscellaneous, PUBLISHED
Ellen Coyne, How Meath refuge centre helps repair lives of children after domestic abuse: `We came with just the clothes on our backs", 2023, -, Notes: [Newspaper article based on report written by Eleanor Hollywood], Miscellaneous, PUBLISHED
Eimer McAuley, 'I felt like I was special': Children in refuge want more time with support workers, 2023, -, Notes: [Newspaper article based on report written by Eleanor Hollywood], Miscellaneous, PUBLISHED
Hollywood E and Banka Cullen E, The Voice of the Child in Research, " `We Feel it Too" A Child"s Experience of Domestic Abuse", Newgrange Hotel, Navan, Co Meath, Ireland., 18th November 2022, 2022, Meath Women's Refuge and Support Services, Invited Talk, PUBLISHED

  

Award Date
MA (jure officii) from Trinity College Dublin July 2010
Universal Design in Teaching and Learning from the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Jan 2021
Innovation Leadership and Transformation from Tangent May 2021
Professional Skills for Research Leaders October 2021
Eleanor Hollywood is an active researcher who collaborates with national and international academic and clinical colleagues. Her research focuses on child and family health and well-being with the main areas of investigation including domestic violence and abuse, childhood adversity, type 1 diabetes, neonatal nursing, and medication management in children's nursing. Through her work on school, hospital and community-based projects Eleanor is significantly experienced in conducting research with school-aged children (6 - 12 years) and their families. She has also substantial experience in conducting research with children and families who are living in the International Protection Accommodation System (IPAS). Eleanor is an experienced qualitative researcher who is particularly interested in creative participatory research techniques with children. She has devised unique data collection tools for use with children in research. At the heart of all her research work is Eleanor's commitment to ensuring that the voice of the child is heard. Eleanor enjoys introducing her students to her research work and providing research supervision to undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD students from a variety of disciplines.