Maeve Moran

PhD Student, Trinity College Dublin

Project Title: 

Optimising the Electronic Health Record: A Human Factors and Systems Thinking Approach


Maeve holds an MSc in Health Psychology (with Distinction) from the University of Stirling, where she was a US-UK Fulbright Scholar, and a BA in Human Biology (with Honors) from Temple University. Prior to commencing her PhD, Maeve supported a wide range of applied health and social care research projects; first, as a research coordinator in the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics, and then as Ann McPherson Fellow within the University of Oxford’s Department of Primary Care Health Sciences.

Maeve’s primary research interests are in healthcare quality and organisation, with a focus on digital health interventions for care delivery. She is particularly invested in the application of user-centred design approaches for health technology development. Maeve has additional research interests in chronic disease and multimorbidity, personal health technologies, geriatric wellbeing, and machine learning.


Dr. Siobhán Corrigan (TCD), and Dr. Marie Ward (TCD)