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Lecturer in Behavioural Sciences, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
Victoria Tischler is a chartered psychologist and fellow of the Institute of Mental Health. Victoria's research career began in public health and epidemiology. She then moved to research posts in adult and child psychiatry focusing on maternal and child mental health in families who experienced homelessness. Victoria's doctoral research examined stress and coping theory in homeless mothers. She is currently developing and evaluating arts interventions which aim to enhance the health and well-being of people with dementia and their carers.
Arts and dementia, qualitative and mixed methods research. Research with marginalised and hard to reach populations. The arts and humanities in relation to health and health care.
Medical and health humanities. Clinical communication skills. Applied health and social psychology. Qualitative research methods
Creativity and mental illness. Arts interventions for people with dementia. Models of clinical communication in health and veterinary care. Psychosocial issues in Tourette syndrome, adolescent mental… read more
Creativity and mental illness. Arts interventions for people with dementia. Models of clinical communication in health and veterinary care. Psychosocial issues in Tourette syndrome, adolescent mental health
Health beliefs and the use of complementary medicine. Attachment and social bonding in the family, anxiety and MRI scanning, the experiences of mental health workers who have mental health problems, homelessness and maternal coping
Creativity and mental illness, the psychological impact of art and gallery environments, psychological processes and creativity, visual art and dementia, health humanities, severe and multiple deprivation, addiction narratives
Division of PsychiatryInstitute of Mental HealthUniversity of Nottingham Innovation Park
Triumph Road, Nottingham NG7 2TU
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