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Proposed pay deal: All you need to know
Get politics out of health
High value put on outsourcing clause
IMPACT seeks ibec support on gender pay gap
SNA views sought
by Lughan Deane

Claire Griffin, an educational psychologist and lecturer in educational psychology at Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, is currently engaged in PhD research focusing on Special Needs Assistants (SNAs) working with children with behavioural care needs.

As part of that research, she is seeking insights from SNAs through a survey.

It is intended that research findings will be used to inform policy and practice within an Irish context and support the enhancement of inclusive practices within schools.

Full ethical permission has been granted for the study. Participation in this study is voluntary and anyone is free to withdraw at any time, without giving a reason.

The researcher will ensure that no school, teacher, SNA or pupil will be identifiable from the data.

The survey will take approximately five minutes to complete.

For further details please contact Claire on

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