Press Articles


Crawford, C. (2014). Why using your smartphone can make you stupid. Irish Independent, Friday 26th December, p. 22. Available at http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/why-using-your-smartphone-can-actually-make-you-stupid-30862889.html

O’Callaghan, H. (2014). Keeping them safe online: Old fashioned parenting is key to dealing with cyberbullying. Irish Examiner (Feelgood – Parenting Supplement), Friday 13th June, p. 10. Available at http://www.irishexaminer.com/lifestyle/healthandlife/parenting/keeping-your-kids-safe-online-271867.html

Crawford, C. (2014). Warning on dangers of toddlers using iPads too soon. Irish Independent, Monday 21st April, p. 2. Circulation: 121,120. Available at http://www.herald.ie/news/concerns-over-hitech-toddlers-smartphone-use-30203997.html

O’Keefe, A. (2014). Parents warned over ‘secret’ world of cyber-bullying. Irish Independent, Tuesday 15th April, p. 3. Circulation: 121,120. Available at http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/kids-not-telling-parents-about-cyberbullying-out-of-fear-they-will-have-smartphones-taken-expert-30184948.html

O’Keefe, A. (2014). Victims of bullying ‘won’t tell parents’. The Herald, Tuesday 15th April, p. 4. Circulation: 58,545.

O’Sullivan, C. (2012). Victims fear abusive content will resurface. Irish Examiner, Wednesday 7th November, p. 6.

McGreevy, R. (2012). Internet bullies cause long-term harm. The Irish Times, Tuesday 6th November, p. 3 (Health & Family Supplement).

O’Sullivan, C. (2012). Caught in a web where moral codes don’t apply. Irish Examiner, Wednesday 10th October, pp. 12-13.

O’Sullivan, C. (2012). Teens ‘spill it’ on the viciousness of cyberbullying. Irish Examiner, Tuesday 9th October, pp. 12-13.

O’Callaghan, H. (2009). Fears grow as threats by cyber bullies turn into real-life horrors. Sunday World, Sunday 29th November, pp. 72-73.

Mid-Ulster Observer Newspaper. (2009: March). St Mary’s promote positive behaviour.

Ryan, C. (2008). Parents’ attitudes to blame for children losing their faith. The Irish Examiner, Friday 21st March, p. 21.

Ring, E. (2005). School bullying ‘driving young people to suicide’. The Irish Examiner, Thursday, 17th November.

King, A. (2005). Workplace bullying. Galway Independent, 5(46), Wednesday, 16th November, p. 21.

King, A. (2005). Tackling the school bully. Galway Independent, 5(36), Wednesday, 7th September, Vol. 5, Issue 36, p. 24.

Coates, L. (2005). The customer is always right? Irish Independent: Jobs & Careers, Thursday, 30th June, p. 5.

Leonard, S. (2005). The baby clock: Is 34 really the ripe age? Evening Herald, Thursday, 28th April, p. 12.

Feehan, C. (2005). Separation anxiety of creche tots: Experts reveal childcare pitfalls. Evening Herald, Wednesday, 23rd March, p.6.

The Irish Association of Suicidology: Newsletter, 1(4). Victims more likely to become bullies. Winter 2004, p. 10.

Nolan, L. (2004). Students in the North are twice as likely to be bullied. Sunday Independent, Sunday, 21st November.

O’Sullivan, C. (2004). Victims more likely to become bullies, finds study. Irish Examiner, Thursday, 18th November, p. 2.

Finneran, A. (2004). Car deaths hide secrets of suicides. Evening Herald, Monday, 20th September, p. 11.

Murray, H. (2004). Anarchy reigns in our school corridors. Sunday Tribune, Sunday, 19th September, pp. 11-12.

Mc Cann, R. (2003). The scourge of bullying. Foyle News, Thursday, 26th June, p. 13.

Mc Guckin, C., Lewis C. A., Shevlin, M., & O’Farrell, B. (2000). Action on bullying. Gay Community News, March 2000, Issue 126, p. 28.

Torney, K. (2002). Bullying in schools ‘is worse than we thought’. Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, 24th April, p. 6.

Trueland, J. (1999). Bullying rife among nurses, report reveals. The Scotsman, Monday, 29th November, p. 2.

Nursing Times (1999). Editorial: One in two nurses bullied. Nursing Times, 95(48), Wednesday, 1st December, p. 6.