Dr. Anne Nolan
Dr. Anne Nolan is an Associate Research Professor at the Economic and Social Research Institute, and Adjunct Professor at Trinity College Dublin (TCD). Between September 2013 and August 2015, she was on secondment to TCD as Research Director of TILDA. Her main research interest is health economics, with a particular focus on healthcare financing and access, socio-economic inequalities in health and Irish health policy.
Mac Domhnaill, C., Douglas, O., Lyons, S., Murphy, E. and Nolan, A. (2021). Road traffic noise and cognitive function in older adults: A cross-sectional investigation of The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing. BMC Public Health. Available online: doi: 10.1186/s12889-021-11853-y
Beirne, K, Nolan, A, Roantree, B. (2020) Income Adequacy in Retirement: Evidence from the Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing. ESRI Research Series Number 107. doi: 10.26504/rs107
Ma, Y., Nolan, A. (2017). Public Healthcare Entitlements and Healthcare Utilisation among the Older Population in Ireland. Health Economics.Vol. 25, Issue 11. doi: 10.1002/hec.3429.
Moore, P., Scarlett, S., Nolan, A. (2017). Health Insurance and Healthcare Utilisation and Screening. Chapter 3 in McGarrigle, C., Donoghue, O., Scarlett, S. and Kenny, R. (2017). Health and Wellbeing: Active Ageing for Older Adults in Ireland. Dublin: Trinity College Dublin.
Nolan, A., Ma, Y., Moore, P. (2016). Changes in Public Healthcare Entitlements and Healthcare Utilisation among the Older Population in Ireland. Dublin: Trinity College Dublin.
Hudson, E., b. (2015). Public Healthcare Eligibility and the Utilisation of GP Services by the Older Population in Ireland. Journal of the Economics of Ageing, 6, 24-43.
Leahy, S., Nolan, A., O'Connell, J. and Kenny, R. (2014). Obesity in an Ageing Society: Implications for Health, Physical Function and Health Service Utilisation. Dublin: Trinity College Dublin.
Nolan, A., O'Regan, C., Dooley, C., Wallace, D., Hever, A., Hudson, E. and Kenny, R. (eds.) (2014). The Over 50s in a Changing Ireland: Economic Circumstances, Health and Well-Being. Dublin: Trinity College Dublin.