Teaching through research to enhance statistics and quantitative research methods courses.
Use of technology based assessment in statistics.
Knowledge transfer from quantitative methods in health science to students studying business courses.
Teaching statistical modelling through applications in health science & business.
- 2015 Organising Committee for Conference of Applied Statistics in Ireland (CASI) 2016,
- Executive Committee Member, Irish Statistical Association
- Member, The Institute for Numerical Computation and Analysis (INCA)
- Member, Health Research Institute
Peer Reviewed Journal
On the Uptake of Flexible Working Arrangements and the Association with Human Resource and Organizational Performance Outcomes
Berkery, E,Morley, MJ,Tiernan, S,Purtill, H,Parry, E
European Management Review DOI: 10.1111/emre.12103
Activity Profiles and the Associations With Weight Status in Population Studies of Young Children: Are There Gender Differences?
O'Neill, A,Dowd, K,O'Gorman, C,Hannigan, A,Walsh, C,Purtill, H
Pediatric Exercise Science DOI: 10.1123/pes.2016-0082
Inter-rater reliability of mini balance evaluation system test in ambulatory people with multiple sclerosis
Ross, E,Purtill, H,Coote, S
International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation DOI: 10.12968/ijtr.2016.23.12.583
The association between maternal perceptions of own weight status and weight status of her child: results from a national cohort study
Dowd, KP,Kirwan, RP,Hannigan, A,Purtill, H,O'Gorman, CS
Archives of disease in childhood DOI: 10.1136/archdischild-2015-308721
A robust overlapping Schwarz method for a singularly perturbed semilinear reaction-diffusion problem with multiple solutions
Kopteva N., Pickett M., Purtill H.
International Journal Of Numerical Analysis And Modeling