Dr Pauline O’Reilly is a Professor in the Department of Nursing & Midwifery. Within her career she has been involved in clinical nursing practice, management, research, and lecturing. She has 30 years experience in nurse education with over 22 years lecturing in the University of Limerick. Pauline teaches across a range of programmes with a particular focus on research methodologies.
She was the Principal Investigator in a HRI funded project viz; ‘The Development of a Psychological Intervention for Patients with Stevens-Johnson syndrome’.
Recently, Prof O’Reilly’s project titled ‘The design and psychometric evaluation of a health-related quality of life outcome measure (QoLTEN) for adults with Stevens-Johnson syndrome/toxic epidermal necrolysis (SJS/TEN)’ was selected for funding from the HRB Investigator Led Projects 2022 scheme. As Principal Investigator she will lead on this three-year project with both national and international experts in the area.