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Theodore Stickley

Academic Lead for Public Engagement and Associate Professor of Mental Health., Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Teaching Summary

Programme Leader for the MSc in Recovery and Social Inclusion.

I supervise six PhD students.

Research Summary

The Arts & Health. View the Arts & Community Cohesion web pages for case studies of projects conducted in Nottingham. I am collaborating on two European projects funded by… read more

  • 2004 - £265,000 to set up community-based arts programmes in Nottingham City in collaboration with City Arts (funded by New Deal for Communities). The Arts on Prescription programme flourished until 2014.
  • 2004 - £35,000 to develop an action research project to facilitate a user-led programme of teaching for mental health nursing students (The University of Nottingham)
  • 2005-2009 - £100,000 for Arts development in Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, this was in collaboration with the Trust's Arts Coordinator, Penny Coulson
  • 2005- £53,235 - Service User Student Assessment action research project. (Burdett Trust for Nursing)
  • 2007-2009 - £19,000 - Open to All. The development of mental health awareness training for museums and galleries. National Social Inclusion Programme, in partnership with Museum Libraries and Archives Council, Tate Modern, Victoria and Albert Museum and the Wallace Collection and subsequent "Training for Trainers", for museums and galleries. National Social Inclusion Programme
  • 2006-2012 - £74,000 Various funders for local Arts and Health evaluations and small research projects
  • 2012 - £15,000 Arts, Health & Wellbeing Seminar Series (Economic and Social Research Council)
  • 2014 - €365,481 e-Menthe A collaboration between five European countries to develop Master´s level eLearning materials in mental health. (ERASMUS, Life-long Learning).

Current Research

  • I am collaborating on two European projects funded by ERASMUS. We have developed online Master's level mental health educational materials which are free to use. See the eMenthe website. The second EU project is "Arts and Social Change" - developing training for healthcare professionals to work with the arts amongst people recovering from addictions.

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