Job Title and Responsibilities
PHD student, Centre for Practice and Service Improvement, Faculty of Health, Staffordshire University
I graduated from the University of Liverpool where I completed my BSc (Hons) Psychology degree. My main bulk of work experience involved shadowing the Consultant Psychiatrist and other staff at Shelton Hospital (Shrewsbury). I am a volunteer at the mental health charity MIND where I have completed various Shropshire County Training Courses such as ‘Mental Capacity Act Awareness’ and ‘Understanding Mood (Bi-Polar) Disorder’.
2010 - BSc (Hons) Psychology, University of Liverpool, 2:1
Professional Memberships and Activites
• Member of The Centre for Practice and Service Improvement
• Member of The Centre for Health Psychology
I have interests in mental health; health, clinical and forensic psychology; service improvement; personality and social interactions within an environment; qualitative methods; group dynamics in multi-disciplinary teams; and human behaviour.
My undergraduate dissertation was ‘A Qualitative Exploration of Depression in Older Adults: Patient Attitudes to Informal Care, Mood and Features of Depression’. (University of Liverpool, grade 1:1).
My thesis will concern supported housing in mental health.
Faculty of Health Sciences
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