Co-Production and Addictive Behaviour Group – List of Members

Anna BergqvistManchester Metropolitan University
Joanna HicksUniversity of the West of England, Bristol
Richard ShawUniversity of the West of England Bristol
Martin HemberUniversity of the West of England, Bristol
Nigel CoxManchester Metropolitan University
Lucy WebbManchester Metropolitan University
Justine KeebleUniversity of the West of England, Bristol
Amanda RavetzManchester Metropolitan University
Michaela JonesIn2Recovery, Manchester
Tone LarsenWestern Norway University, Sogndal.
Thomas SvendsenStavanger University, Norway
Alex WåganStavanger University, Norway
Éidín Ní ShéUniversity College, Dublin
Thiol KrolUniversity College, Dublin
Amanda ClaysonVoiceBox Inc. Manchester, UK
Sunny DhadleySUIT (Service User Involvement Team) Wolverhampton, UK
Nancy PotterUniversity of Louisville, Kentucky
Jo CairnsUniversity of Canterbury, Kent
Andy IrvingSheffield University
Sarah WaddUniversity of Bedford
Maureen DuttonUniversity of Bedford
Sally MarlowKings College, London
Aisha HollowayUniversity of Edinburgh
Evelien BrouwersTilburg University, The Netherlands
Rebecca JonesUniversity of Bedford
Lavinia BlackKings College, London.
Kim Ross-HouleLiverpool John Moores University
Jo AshbyManchester Metropolitan University
Elske WitsIVO , Rotterdam
Marcel Van NattemIVO, Rotterdam
Bill FulfordSt Catherine’s College, Oxford.
Survjit CheetaBrunel University

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