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Dr Mary-Pat O'Malley B.Sc., M.LITT, Ph.D
Dr. Mary-Pat O Malley-Keighran is
a speech and language therapist with almost twenty years’ experience working
with children who have speech, language, and communication problems. I have worked as a lecturer in the Discipline of Speech & Language Therapy at NUI
Galway for almost 10 years. I have practiced as a speech and language therapist
in a variety of paediatric settings from private practice to Temple Street
Children’s University Hospital.
|O Malley, M.P. (2010) 'Exploring gender and power in clinical encounters' In: Fourie, R (eds). Therapeutic Processes for Communication Disorders - a guide for clinicians and students. London: Psychology Press. [Details]|
Peer Reviewed Journals
|O, Malley, M.P. and Coleman, MC. (2013) '‘I am not a tragedy. I am full of hope’: communication impairment narratives in newspapers'. International Journal Of Language And Communication Disorders, . [Details]|
|Lyons, R,O'Malley, MP,O'Connor, P,Monaghan, U (2010) ''It's just so lovely to hear him talking': Exploring the early-intervention expectations and experiences of parents'. Child Language Teaching & Therapy, 26 :61-76. [DOI] [Details]|
|Healy, J., Lyons, R., O'Malley, M.P., Antonijevic, S. (2010) 'Preparing health care workers for a bilingual and multicultural context: learning from an undergraduate speech and language therapy programme'. Translocations, 6 (1). [Details]|
|O'Malley, MP (2010) ''So either you have a foetal monitor or you have your waters broken, basically is it?': Articulating maternity care policy at a midwives' ante-natal clinic'. Language Policy, 9 :87-96. [DOI] [Details]|
|O'Malley, MP (2009) 'Falling between frames: Institutional discourse and disability in radio'. Journal Of Pragmatics, 41 :346-356. [DOI] [Details]|
|O Malley, M.P. (2008) 'I assume that we wouldn't be interfering: parents' experiences of early intervention'. Physical Therapy Reviews, 13 (2). [Details]|
|O Malley, M.P. (2008) 'Any lumps or bumps up top? Discourse and Silence in Ante-natal Care'. Teanga, . [Details]|
|O Malley, M.P. (2008) 'Voices of Disabilty on the Radio'. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 43 (1):18-29. [Details]|
|O Malley, M.P. (2005) 'Institutional Discourse and Disability: Frames and Knowledge Schemas in radio'. Journal of Pragmatics, . [Details]|
|O Malley, M.P. (2005) 'Silence as a means of preserving the status quo: the case of ante-natal care in Ireland'. Multilingua, 24 (01-Feb). [Details]|
|O Malley, M.P. (2003) 'Mulling over Moldova - one therapist's experience'. Update, . [Details]|
|O'Malley, M.P. (2008) You do not know the dark places that we have been to: people who are visibly different and the media. Appearance Matters 3, The Centre for Appearance Research. University of West England, Bristol: Conference Paper [Details]|
|Lyons, R., O'Malley, M.P., O'Connor, P., Monaghan, U. (2008) I assume that we wouldn't be interfering: parents' experiences of early intervention. 4th Rehabilitation Therapy and Research Socity Annual Conference. RCSI Dublin: Conference Paper [Details]|
|O'Malley, M.P. (2008) I'm young inside and I wanted to feel young on the outside too. The construction of Irish women's bodies in the media. Irish Association of Applied Languages IRAAL. Postgraduate Symposium. Applied Language Centre, UCD: Conference Paper [Details]|
|O'Malley, M.P. (2007) Making the Body Beautiful. School of Health Sciences Seminar Series. NUI Galway: Conference Paper [Details]|
|O'Malley, M.P. (2006) Yes I am disabled, so what?. Radio, Discourse and Disability. International Round Table Discussion on Clinical Discourse Perspective on Clinical Discourse: Means to end in text and talk. Wicklow: Conference Paper [Details]|
|O'Malley, M.P. (2005) Any lumps or bumps up top? Discourse & Silence in ante-natal Care. Psychology, Health & Medicine Conference. Tallaght Hospital, Dublin: Conference Paper [Details]|
|O'Malley, M.P. (2002) Redressing the balance - defining conversational activity at an ante-natal clinic from women's perspective. School of Nursing & Midwifery. University of Dublin: Conference Paper [Details]|
|O'Malley, M.P. (2002) Silence as a means of preserving the status quo: the case of ante-natal care in Ireland. 8th International Conference on Language and Social Psychology. City University of Hong Kong, China: Conference Paper [Details]|