Posts by Dr Sinead Pembroke
Dr Sinead Pembroke
Dr Sinéad Pembroke is a research fellow at the School of Nursing and Midwifery Trinity College Dublin. She is a former researcher at TASC on the Social Implications of Precarious Work project. She was an Irish Research Council (IRC) Postgraduate Scholar and completed her PhD in Sociology in University College Dublin. Sinead worked as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Trinity College Dublin developing an evidence-based educational resource for self-disclosure strategies for people with epilepsy (How2Tell). She also worked as a Research Fellow in University College Dublin on an Irish Research Council-funded project, “The Magdalene institutions: Recording an oral and archival history”. Sinéad has also worked on numerous health-related projects including co-authoring a report for the WISE UP Programme for Women Living and Working with Social Exclusion for the Irish Family Planning Association (IFPA).
Sinead Pembroke 24/01/2019
Precarious work precarious lives: how policy can create more security – a report recently published by FEPS-TASC – reveals that precarious work is not confined to “the gig economy”; it is widespread in many other sectors such as retail, accommodation and construction. And it is also expanding into sectors previously considered secure and …
Nat O’Connor is a member of the Institute for Research in Social Sciences (IRiSS) and a …
Dr Michelle Maher completed her PhD on the Irish pension system in 2016 at Maynooth …
Rory Hearne is a postdoctoral researcher in the Maynooth University Social Sciences …