Assistant Professor in Mental Health, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
I am an Assistant Professor in Mental Health in the School of Health Sciences and the Institute of Mental Health. I hold a PhD in Nursing Studies, MA in Research Methods and Bachelor of Nursing (Hons) all from the University of Nottingham. Prior to commencing my current role in July 2013, I spent four years working as a Research Fellow at the Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Lincolnshire (CLAHRC NDL). From 2008-2009 I was employed as a Research Associate in the School of Psychology at the University of Birmingham. I am a registered Mental Health Nurse and have worked clinically in acute inpatient and assertive outreach services.
Module Lead: B746SG Professional Development, Leadership and Innovation for Nursing Practice (GEN).
BSc/MNurSci Group Facilitator
BSc Dissertation Supervisor
MNursSci Dissertation Supervisor
Masters of Science in Nursing (GEN) Dissertation Supervisor
Masters in Health and Social Care Dissertation Supervisor
My current and recently completed research projects include the following projects:
An evaluation of Connecting with People Suicide Awareness Training with General Practitioners in Northamptonshire. (WRIGHT and Michail): Funding: £16, 718 East Midlands Patient Safety Collaborative.
Current PhD Supervision:
Josephine Bardi (School of Health Sciences, University of Nottingham): To what extent do non-statutory community based mental health services meet the social and mental well-being of individuals with mental illness? A mixed method analysis of the Dragon Café. Funding: ESRC four year intergrated studentship.
Matthew Horrocks: (School of Health Sciences, University of Nottingham): The development and evaluation of an electronic suicide decision making tool for use in primary care. Funding: CLAHRC EM and the East Midlands Patient Safety Collaborative.
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