Core member Workstream 2: Community Independence Lecturer in global health and philosophy, Department of Social Science, Health and Medicine, KCL. Sridhar has expertise in global health and policy and the capabilities approach. He will conduct research within Work Stream 2. Activity: Integration and beyond
Workstream 5 Decision-making & Metacognition PhD student at the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging, University College London. Elisa has interests in decision neuroscience, metacognition and social decision-making. She will conduct research on WS5 under the shared supervision of Dr. Stephen Fleming and Professor Anthony David.
Core member Workstream 5: Decision-making and Metacognition Professor of philosophy, Department of Philosophy, KCL. Nick has interests in philosophy of mind, social epistemology and metacognition. He will conduct research within Work Stream 5.
Core member Workstream 5: Decision-making and Metacognition Professor of philosophy of medicine, Department of Philosophy, KCL. Sherri has interests in philosophy of science, epistemology and philosophy of medicine (especially psychiatry). She will conduct research within Work Stream 5 and contribute widely across the research network.
Core member Workstream 3: Advance Directives Consultant psychiatrist Lambeth Home Treatment Team South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLAM) and visiting senior lecturer, KCL. Larry is a senior clinician in SLAM with expertise in affective disorder and crisis services. He will be clinical lead for the NHS implementation phase of Work Stream 3 as
Core member Workstream 2: Community Independence Professor of law at the Dickson Poon School of Law, KCL. Genevra has expertise in mental health law and policy. She will conduct research within Work Stream 2 and contribute widely across the research network.
Core member Workstream 2: Community Independence Postdoctoral research associate, faculty of life sciences and medicine, KCL. Ursula has expertise in ethnography, culture and mental health and severe mental illness in Ghana, West Africa. She will conduct research within Work Stream 2. MHJ publications Read UM 2019. Rights as relationships: collaborating with faith healers in community mental health
Work stream 1 Doctoral student in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge. Jodie Rawles presents at University of Cambridge, 05 May 2020 Jodie Rawles presents at University of Nottingham, 05 September 2019 Ruhr University Bochum, 01 April 2019 MHJ Service User Group participation, 31 March 2019
Principal Investigator Workstream 3 & 6: Advance Directives (WS3) & Contested Assessment (WS6) Clinical senior lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, KCL and honorary consultant psychiatrist. Gareth has expertise in mixed methods, psychiatric phenomenology, mental health, ethics and law as well as policy. He will lead on Work Stream 3 and Work
Workstream 5 Decision-making & Metacognition Clinical research fellow at King’s College London and the UCL Metacognition Lab, Andrew is a specialist registrar in child and adolescent psychiatry. He is interested in technology solutions to gamify tasks, improving the service user experience, as well as in designing tools which support capacity assessment.
Core member Workstream 1: Supporting Legal Capacity Professor of law, University of York. Matt has expertise in philosophy of law and political philosophy. He will be particularly involved in the theoretical work of Work Stream 1, including postdoctoral supervision, and will be part of an advisory group for that work stream.
Principal Investigator Workstream 4: Insight: Evidence & Objectivity Professor of philosophy and director of the Essex Autonomy Project, University of Essex. Wayne has interests in phenomenology, philosophy of psychiatry, qualitative methods and human rights and policy. He will lead on Work Stream 4 and the first policy lab on “evidence”. He will contribute widely across
Workstream 4 Insight Final year PhD student in Philosophy at the University of Essex. Margot works with Wayne Martin on issues related to the research initiative, including the notions of choice and autonomy. Attends the monthly MHJ Research Network Meetings.
Core member Workstream 6: Contested Assessment Senior investigator, Department of Bioethics, National Institute of Health, USA. Scott has interests in decision-making capacity and methodological issues in empirical bioethics research. He will conduct research within Work Stream 6 and contribute widely across the research network.
Principal Investigator Workstream 2: Community Independence Lecturer in the Department of Social Science, Health and Medicine at KCL. Hanna has expertise in ethnography and social and cultural aspects of community mental health including development contexts and regions affected by armed conflict. She has conducted long-term anthropological fieldwork in Palestine. Hanna will lead on Work Stream
Core member Workstream 3 & 6 Advance Directives (WS3) & Contested Assessment (WS6) Barrister at 39 Essex Street Chambers and visiting research fellow at the Dickson Poon School of Law, KCL. Alex has expertise in mental health and capacity law, policy and guidelines. He will work as a senior legal researcher on WS6. He will
Core member Workstream 6: Contested Assessment Nuala is a CT3 Psychiatry on the Maudsley Training Programme and a Clinical Research Associate with the Mental Health and Justice project. She has a background in philosophy of psychiatry and clinical interests in liaison and older adult psychiatry. She is a Mental Health Research UK MD(res) scholar and
Work stream 4: Insight: Evidence & Objectivity Postdoctoral Research Assistant Senior research officer, University of Essex. Sándor has interests in human rights and disability studies. He will conduct research within Work Stream 4.
Core member Workstream 3: Advance Directives Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Psychological Medicine, KCL. Tania has expertise in mental health, ethics and law, with areas of interest including: advance decision-making and decision making-capacity; the ethics of coercion and leverage within psychiatry; personhood and mental disorder; and stigma. She will work as co-lead on
Core member Workstream 5: Decision-making & Metacognition Principal Research Associate, Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging, University College London. Steve has interests in experimental neuroscience, metacognition and neuroscience and law. He will provide PhD supervision in WS5 and contribute to all aspects of that work-stream.
Principal Investigator Workstream 5: Decision-making & Metacognition Professor Anthony David, Director, Institute of Mental Health, University College London. Anthony has interests in experimental neuropsychology, neuropsychiatry, insight and decision-making capacity. He will lead on WS5 and contribute widely across the research network.
Research Affiliate. Executive research fellow, University of Essex. With a background in psychoanalytic theory, Polona is interested in relational autonomy. She will conduct research within WS4, on the concept of insight in psychoanalysis and comparisons with psychiatry.
Work stream 1 Enabling Legal Capacity Through Decision-Making Support. Lecturer in medical ethics, Centre for Medical Ethics and Law, Dickson Poon School of Law, KCL. Jill has expertise in mental health ethics, neuroethics and philosophical psychology. She will lead on WS1 and contribute widely across the research network.
Core Member Workstream 5: Decision-making & Metacognition Associate Professor of Neurology at the University of California San Francisco. Winston has expertise in the neuroscience of dementia and decision-making as well as ethics. He will collaborate on experimental design in WS5 particularly neuroeconomic experiments.
Core member Workstream 1: Supporting Legal Capacity Consultant clinical psychologist at the Cambridge Intellectual Disabilities Group and affiliated lecturer, Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge. Isabel has expertise in intellectual disabilities and autism, mixed methods research and mental health law. She will give PhD supervision in WS1 and be part of an advisory group for
Core member Workstream 4: Insight: Evidence & Objectivity Lecturer in philosophy, University of Essex. Matt works on issues at the intersection of phenomenology, action theory, and research in the cognitive and social sciences. At the moment, his research is focused in particular on the stance of objectivity in legal contexts, autonomy in mental health, risk
Core Member Workstream 1: Supporting Legal Capacity Managing Director, Institute for Research and Development on Inclusion and Society, Ontario, Canada. Michael has almost 30 years of research and policy experience in the area of legal capacity and supports for people with intellectual disabilities. He will be particularly involved with WS1 and WS2
Workstream 5 Decision-making & Metacognition PhD student, Department of Psychological Medicine, KCL. Kevin has interests in cognitive neuroscience, decision making and mental capacity law. He will conduct metacognition experiments in Work Stream 5 and interview clinicians involved in capacity assessment.