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Biography

Steve Williams is a lecturer-practitioner and field lead for mental health nursing at the University of Bradford. He teaches pre-registration mental health nursing with a focus on critical mental health approaches to recovery-oriented practice and post-registration courses in applying cognitive behavioural therapy into practice. A registered nurse since 2002 he has worked predominantly in working adult community mental health teams as a community mental health nurse specialist and as a clinical nurse specialist in Autism services. He currently works as a group therapist for his local trust. His interests are in applying psychological therapies within nursing and working with people with experiences of psychosis and long-term personality difficulties. He is also interested in the value of lived experience, autoethnography and narrative recovery. Steve Williams is a lecturer-practitioner and field lead for mental health nursing at the University of Bradford. He teaches pre-registration mental health nursing with a focus on critical mental health approaches to recovery-oriented practice and post-registration courses in applying cognitive behavioural therapy into practice. A registered nurse since 2002 he has worked predominantly in working adult community mental health teams as a community mental health nurse specialist and as a clinical nurse specialist in Autism services. He currently works as a group therapist for his local trust. His interests are in applying psychological therapies within nursing and working with people with experiences of psychosis and long-term personality difficulties. He is also interested in the value of lived experience, autoethnography and narrative recovery.

Research

Current Projects Currently I am part of the International Advisory Group to the Better Health in Residents in Care Homes (BHiRCH) project with the Centre for Applied Dementia Studies, University of Bradford I am currently developing some qualitative research with the DHEZ around technology assisted learning and access to support from home for people with mental health difficulties I am the Lead for the University of Bradford Recovery College Summer School Project Current Projects Currently I am part of the International Advisory Group to the Better Health in Residents in Care Homes (BHiRCH) project with the Centre for Applied Dementia Studies, University of Bradford I am currently developing some qualitative research with the DHEZ around technology assisted learning and access to support from home for people with mental health difficulties I am the Lead for the University of Bradford Recovery College Summer School Project Research Collaborations Currently I am part of the International Advisory Group to the Better Health in Residents in Care Homes (BHiRCH) project with the Centre for Applied Dementia Studies, University of Bradford. I am currently developing some qualitative research with the DHEZ around technology assisted learning and access to support from home for people with mental health difficulties. Research Collaborations Currently I am part of the International Advisory Group to the Better Health in Residents in Care Homes (BHiRCH) project with the Centre for Applied Dementia Studies, University of Bradford. I am currently developing some qualitative research with the DHEZ around technology assisted learning and access to support from home for people with mental health difficulties.