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Tim is a researcher with a keen interest in the effects of exercise on mental health dating back to his days as a psychology undergraduate. Tim is a registered Mental Health Nurse with two years of experience working with people with mental health problems.
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Liz is an experienced researcher at the University of Nottingham School of Nursing, she has been working in the mental health research group for four years. Liz has carried out a number of projects about the effectiveness of mental and physical health services for women. Liz is especially interested in the wellbeing of women with mental health problems like depression, and in the positive effect that exercise can have.
View more information about Liz on the School of Nursing, Midwifery & Physiotherapy website.
Ioannis is the exercise consultant and research associate of the programme. Ioannis has extensive experience in physical activity interventions in mental health care including planning, developing and research. Since 2003 he has been investigating preferred intensity of exercise as an intervention for people with depression.
Patrick is Professor of Mental Health Nursing at the University of Nottingham, UK and Nottinghamshire NHS Healthcare Trust where he heads a research programme designed to enable people to recover from mental distress, leading on service evaluation, testing the effect of psychosocial, interventions on health and well being and investigating links between mental health nursing and service user outcomes.
View more information about Patrick on the School of Nursing, Midwifery & Physiotherapy website.
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