Stephanie Whelan

Researcher

‘HPP offers a wonderful opportunity to work in a collaborative environment to conduct meaningful and impactful research that will ultimately improve people’s health and healthcare delivery.’

About Stephanie

Stephanie joined The Health Policy Partnership in July 2020 as a Researcher. She is currently working on the Heart Failure Policy Network programme of work.

Before joining HPP, Stephanie worked as a Researcher at the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, where she oversaw the strategic and operational delivery of the Research Collaborative in Quality and Patient Safety (RCQPS). The RCQPS is a unique collaborative initiative between the Health Service Executive, the Health Research Board and the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland that aims to drive improvements in the Irish health system through quality improvement research and allocation of research funding.

Stephanie has a strong research interest in improving patient outcomes. She holds a PhD in Translational Medicine and a BSc in Biomedical Health and Life Science from University College Dublin.