The CHSRID Team
|Dr Angela Hassiotis||Dr Katrina Scior||Dr Andre Strydom||Dr Jason Crabtree|
We are a team of professionals from a range of disciplines, with
psychiatry and clinical psychology at the core.
Dr Afia Ali - MRC Research Fellow
Afia explores the clinical and other consequences of stigmatisation on adults with intellectual disabilities
Dr Amanda Sinai
Amanda is psychiatry trainee. Her research is on the assessment of dementia in older adults with Down Syndrome, under the supervision of Angela Hassiotis and Andre Strydom.
As part of her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Rachel is examing the acceptability and clinical utility of a screening tool aimed at detecting potential discordance between service user and provider views regarding possible causes and suitable treatments for intellectual disabilities in children, under the supervision of Katrina Scior.
Dr Kalpana Dein
Kalpana is a consultant forensic psychiatrist. She is an MD student and her work is on the epidemiology of Asperger syndrome in medium secure units across the UK under the supervision of Angela Hassiotis.
Samjib is a psychiatry trainee, working on a secondary analysis of the Prison Psychiatric Morbidity Survey to identify factors associated with imprisonment of people with learning disabilities, under the supervision of Angela Hassiotis and Andre Strydom.
Elizabeth is a psychotherapy student at Middlesex University who is completing her doctoral study on the impact of diagnosis on relationships and the family life of women with Asperger's Syndrome, under the supervision of Andre Strydom.
Dr Sanjay Nelson
Sanjay is a psychiatry trainee. His MSc project is a mixed methods study on service user experiences of attending acute and secondary care, under the supervision of Angela Hassiotis.
As part of her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Leila is planning to design and pilot an intervention aimed at increasing awareness of intellectual disability and reducing stigma among members of South Asian communities in the UK, under the supervision of Katrina Scior.
As part of her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Jess is piloting a brief film-based intervention aimed at reducing negative perceptions of people with intellectual disabilities, under the supervision of Katrina Scior.
As part of her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Michelle is examining general population attitudes to people with moderate and severe intellectual disabilities. Her particular interest is in examining the relationship between implicit and direct measures of attitudes, under the supervision of Katrina Scior.
Dr Sandra Baum, Honorary Senior Lecturer & Consultant Clinical Psychologist Newham Primary Care Trust
Professor Paul Bebbington (Dept of Mental Health Sciences, UCL)
Dr Claudia Cooper (Dept of Mental Health Sciences, UCL)
Dr Ken Courtenay, Consultant Psychiatrist, Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust
Professor Adrian Furnham (Research Dept of Clinical, Educational & Health Psychology, UCL)
Professor Nora Groce, Leonard Cheshire Chair & Director of the Leonard Cheshire Disability and Inclusive Development Centre.
Dr Ian Hall, Honorary Senior Lecturer & Consultant Psychiatrist, Tower Hamlets Primary Care Trust
Professor Chris Hatton, Centre for Health Services Research, University of Lancaster
Dr Sujeet Jaydeokar, Consultant Psychiatrist, Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust
Professor Michael King (Dept of Mental Health Sciences, UCL)
Professor Gill Livingston (Dept of Mental Health Sciences, UCL)
Dr Zuzana Walker (Dept of Mental Health Sciences, UCL )
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