Roz Austin

Roz Austin

Partner: Dr Roz Austin, Individual Partner in the Collaborating Centre.

Preferred contactrozaustin2017@gmail.com

Resident in: UK;

Working in: UK; 

Area(s) of Interest in VBP: Publications, Research/peer-support, interdependence, Services/other/peer-support; 
Related Area(s) of Interest: Evidence-based practice, Medical Humanities, Health Geography, Other/ Patient and Public Involvement;
 Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Mental health, Service user, Social care, Well-being.

Brief Description of Work: I am a researcher and writer who promotes the understanding of mental health issues and well-being. I completed a PhD with Durham University’s ‘Hearing the Voice’ research team in 2018, investigating the emotional aspects of adults’ experiences of hearing voices. I conducted qualitative interviews and focus groups with service-users, and ran training for mental health professionals. I regularly present at conferences. I am an Individual Partner in the Collaborating Centre, as well as a Collaborator with Durham University’s ‘Hearing the Voice’ project. With Assistant Professor Mark Hopfenbeck, I am co-editing various ‘Practical Handbooks for Mental Health’ (publisher: PCCS Books). ‘The practical handbook of hearing voices’ will be published in September. ‘The practical handbook of dementia’ will be published at some point next year. I organise and facilitate Development Workshops at St Catherine’s College to promote these ‘practical handbooks’.

Read more:
http://www.hearingthevoice.org

http://www.mindmatters.store

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