Mrs Kirsty Dunn
- Lecturer in Clinical Psychology (Mental Health & Wellbeing)
I joined the Institute of Health and Wellbeing as a Research Assistant at the Scottish Learning Disabilities Observatory. My projects in this role have centred around the health and health inequalities experienced by people with intellectual disabilities.
I graduated from the University of Glasgow with an MA (Soc Sci) in Psychology before going on to complete an MSc in Social and Organisational Psychology at the University of Exeter, and a PhD in Psychological Medicine at the University of Glasgow. My PhD focussed on the mental health and wellbeing of fathers of a son or daughter with intellectual disabilities.
My research interests include:
- Health and wellbeing of people with intellectual disabilities
- Health inequalities experienced by people with intellectual disabilities
- Experiences of family carers
- Secondary data analysis
Grants and Awards listed are those received whilst working with the University of Glasgow.
- The mental health of father carers of a son or daughter with learning disabilities.
Baily Thomas Charitable Fund
2021 - 2022
Nadia Ahmed H Alghamdi
I teach on the Post-Graduate Certificate in Positive Behaviour Support. I am also a supervisor on the Masters in Global Mental Health, Intercalated B.Sc (Med.Sci) in Psychological Medicine, Intercalated B.Sc (Med.Sci) in Public Health, and the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.
Nursing BN Lecturer, Research Methods MSc Lecturer
Glasgow Caledonian University BSc Nursing Guest Lecturer
Professional activities & recognition
- 2016 - 2019: Baily Thomas Charitable Fund Doctoral Fellowship