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Jonathan Simpson

Jonathan Simpson

Research Assistant

Biography

Research Assistant on the AdStAC study, which is co-developing and implementing advanced statements for Black African and Caribbean people who have previously been detained under the Mental Health Act.

Also, a research assistant on the RECOLLECT 2 study; a study exploring how Recovery Colleges benefit the people who attend them as well as their cost-effectiveness.

Qualifications:

  • MRes in Clinical Psychology, University of Birmingham
  • MSc in Psychology (Conversion), University of Nottingham
  • MBiolSci in Biological Sciences with honours in Biochemistry, University of Liverpool

Research Interests

  • Social determinants of mental health
  • Mental health and wellbeing education that includes social determinants of mental health and cross-cultural differences
  • Family and community cohesion within marginalised groups

Key Publications

Simpson, A.J., Meaden, A. & Fox, A. Developing a Dynamic Understanding of Risk Factors for People Admitted to Long-term High Dependency Units. J. Psychosoc. Rehabil. Ment. Health (2024). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40737-023-00388-7

Babatunde, A., Keene, A. R., Simpson, A., Gilbert, S., Stephenson, L., Chua, K-C., Owen, G., Simpson, A. J., Smith, S., & Henderson, C. (2023). Advance Statements for Black African and Caribbean people (AdStAC): protocol for an implementation study. BMC Psychiatry23(1), [344]. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-023-04825-6

Research

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Centre for Implementation Science

The Centre for Implementation Science is home to a team of expert implementation and improvement science researchers, including health economists and statisticians. This team are investigating how best to help ‘implement’ evidence-based practice and clinical research within health services nationally and internationally.

Research

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Centre for Implementation Science

The Centre for Implementation Science is home to a team of expert implementation and improvement science researchers, including health economists and statisticians. This team are investigating how best to help ‘implement’ evidence-based practice and clinical research within health services nationally and internationally.