H2020 RISE funding has been awarded to academic staff from Maynooth University, UCD, University of Reading and other non-academic partners.
Dr Quigley is the lead researcher on work package 1 and will oversee the collection of care pathway data across three jurisdictions. Dr Quigley and Dr Kennefick will be responsible for drafting an ethics and data protection protocol with a particular focus upon 'new age ethics' - the management of sensitive data when using technology and the role of contemporary regulations.
Dr Doyle is lead on work package 2 and will oversee the collection of lived experience data across three jurisdictions.
There are currently eight partners, spanning academic, NGO and industry, across four jurisdictions.