Dr Simon Bradstreet

  • Lecturer in Digital Health Interventions (School of Medicine, Dentistry & Nursing)
  • Associate (Institute of Health & Wellbeing)

telephone: 0141 330 4896
email: Simon.Bradstreet@glasgow.ac.uk

Glasgow Mental Health Research Facility, Fleming Pavilion, West of Scotland Science Park (Todd Campus), Glasgow, G20 0XA

ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-0339-1882

Biography

Simon’s current role is developing and delivering a new Masters course in Digital Health Interventions. He bring recent experience of Trial Management on the EMPOWER (Early Signs Monitoring to Prevent Relapse and Promote Wellbeing, Engagement and Recovery) study.  EMPOWER was an international collaboration on a complex mixed methods study researching digital technology for the identification of early signs in psychosis and for supporting self-management.

Prior to joining the University, Simon set up and led the development of the Scottish Recovery Network for 12 years, working across a variety of development projects, while significantly influencing mental health policy. Previous experience includes the development of multi-agency monitoring and evaluation systems in the homelessness sector. 

Simon is a Committee member at Health Improvement Scotland Community Engagement. In that role he oversees a broad range of work in relation to patient and public engagement in Scottish health and care services and in the wider work of Health Improvement Scotland. He is also a member of the Advisory Group on Capacity and Support for Decision-Making which is informing the Scottish Mental Health Law Review.

Simon Bradstreet describes self monitoring in the EMPOWER study (short video)

Research interests

Simon has research interests in a number of areas. Through managing the EMPOWER trial he has an interest in the application of digital and mobile technology for the enhancement of self-management, autonomy and recovery in psychosis. He is interested in what facilitates and hinders engagement with digital interventions and the role of peer support in digital.

He has a longstanding interest in research on mental health recovery, encompassing lived experiences of recovery and narrative approaches as well as the development implementation of recovery focused policies and practices. Within this Simon has been involved in a variety of research and development projects related to peer support working and self-management approaches including WRAP. He also has interests in rights based approaches in mental health and shared decision making and anticipatory care planning.  

Simon's PhD related to the internalisation of mental health stigma, specifically examining the role of adult attachment style in that process.

He is fully committed to public engagament and involvement in research and contributes regularly to the mental elf research blog.

Publications

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Number of items: 22.

2020

Yeo, C. et al. (2020) The VOICES typology of curatorial decisions in narrative collections of the lived experiences of mental health service use, recovery or madness: Qualitative study. JMIR Mental Health, 7(9), e16290. (doi: 10.2196/16290) (PMID:32945771)

Llewellyn-Beardsley, J. et al. (2020) Not the story you want? Assessing the fit of a conceptual framework characterising mental health recovery narratives. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 55, pp. 295-308. (doi: 10.1007/s00127-019-01791-x) (PMID:31654089)

Allan, S., Bradstreet, S. , McLeod, H. J. , Gleeson, J., Farhall, J., Lambrou, M., Clark, A. and Gumley, A. I. (2020) Perspectives of patients, carers and mental health staff on early warning signs of relapse in psychosis: a qualitative investigation. BJPsych Open, 6(1), e3. (doi: 10.1192/bjo.2019.88) (PMID:31826793)

Gumley, A. et al. (2020) Early signs monitoring to prevent relapse in psychosis and promote well-being, engagement, and recovery: protocol for a feasibility cluster randomized controlled trial harnessing mobile phone technology blended with peer support. JMIR Research Protocols, 9(1), e15058. (doi: 10.2196/15058) (PMID:31917372)

2019

Allan, S., McLeod, H. , Bradstreet, S. , Beedie, S., Moir, B., Gleeson, J., Farhall, J., Morton, E. and Gumley, A. (2019) Understanding implementation of a digital self-monitoring intervention for relapse prevention in psychosis: protocol for a mixed methods process evaluation. JMIR Research Protocols, 8(12), e15634. (doi: 10.2196/15634) (PMID:31821154) (PMCID:PMC6930509)

Allan, S., Bradstreet, S. , McLeod, H. , Farhall, J., Lambrou, M., Gleeson, J., Clark, A. and Gumley, A. (2019) Developing a hypothetical implementation framework of expectations for monitoring early signs of psychosis relapse using a mobile app: qualitative study. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 21(10), e14366. (doi: 10.2196/14366) (PMID:31651400) (PMCID:PMC6838692)

McGranahan, R., Rennick-Egglestone, S., Ramsay, A., Llewellyn-Beardsley, J., Bradstreet, S. , Callard, F., Priebe, S. and Slade, M. (2019) Curation of mental health recovery narrative collections: systematic review and qualitative synthesis. JMIR Mental Health, 6(10), e14233. (doi: 10.2196/14233) (PMID:31588912) (PMCID:PMC6915799)

Rennick-Egglestone, S. et al. (2019) Mental health recovery narratives and their impact on recipients: systematic review and narrative synthesis. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 64(10), pp. 669-679. (doi: 10.1177/0706743719846108) (PMID:31046432)

Bradstreet, S. , Allan, S. and Gumley, A. (2019) Adverse event monitoring in mHealth for psychosis interventions provides an important opportunity for learning. Journal of Mental Health, 28(5), pp. 461-466. (PMID:31240970)

2018

Bradstreet, S. , Dodd, A. and Jones, S. (2018) Internalised stigma in mental health: an investigation of the role of attachment style. Psychiatry Research, 270, pp. 1001-1009. (doi: 10.1016/j.psychres.2018.03.047) (PMID:29609988)

Heriot-Maitland, C. , Allan, S., Bradstreet, S. and Gumley, A. (2018) Antipsychotic treatments: who is really failing here? Lancet Psychiatry, 5(10), p. 785. (doi: 10.1016/S2215-0366(18)30336-5) (PMID:30196055)

2017

St George, L. C., O'Hagan, M., Bradstreet, S. and Burge, M. (2017) The emerging field of peer support within mental health services. In: Smith, M. and Jury, A. F. (eds.) Workforce Development Theory and Practice in the Mental Health Sector. IGI Global: Hershey, pp. 247-249. ISBN 9781522518747 (doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-1874-7.ch011)

2015

Bradstreet, S. (2015) Recovery through rights and relationships. British Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 4(4), pp. 154-156. (doi: 10.12968/bjmh.2015.4.4.154)

Gordon, J. and Bradstreet, S. (2015) So if we like the idea of peer workers, why aren't we seeing more? World Journal of Psychiatry, 5(2), pp. 160-166. (PMID:26110117) (PMCID:PMC4473487)

Mackay, R., Bradstreet, S. , McArthur, A. and Dunion, L. (2015) Dyad conversations about self-stigma in two Scottish communities. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 38(2), pp. 194-200. (doi: 10.1037/prj0000149) (PMID:26075529)

Smith, M. J., Bouch, J., Bradstreet, S. , Lakey, T., Nightingale, A. and O'Connor, R. C. (2015) Health services, suicide, and self-harm: patient distress and system anxiety. Lancet Psychiatry, 2(3), pp. 275-280. (doi: 10.1016/S2215-0366(15)00051-6) (PMID:26359905)

2014

Bird, V. J., Le Boutillier, C., Leamy, M., Williams, J., Bradstreet, S. and Slade, M. (2014) Evaluating the feasibility of complex interventions in mental health services: standardised measure and reporting guidelines. British Journal of Psychiatry, 204(4), pp. 316-321. (doi: 10.1192/bjp.bp.113.128314) (PMID:24311549)

McCaig, M., McNay, L., Marland, G., Bradstreet, S. and Campbell, J. (2014) Establishing a recovery college in a Scottish University. Mental Health and Social Inclusion, 18(2), pp. 92-97. (doi: 10.1108/MHSI-04-2014-0013)

2013

Chandler, R., Bradstreet, S. and Hayward, M. (2013) Voicing Caregiver Experiences: Wellbeing and Recovery Narratives for Caregivers. Scottish Recovery Network: Glasgow, p. 174. ISBN 9780955635960

2012

Bradstreet, S. and Mcbrierty, R. (2012) Recovery in Scotland: beyond service development. International Review of Psychiatry, 24(1), pp. 64-69. (doi: 10.3109/09540261.2011.650158) (PMID:22385428) (PMCID:PMC3581058)

2010

Bradstreet, S. and Pratt, R. (2010) Developing peer support worker roles: reflecting on experiences in Scotland. Mental Health and Social Inclusion, 14(3), pp. 36-41. (doi: 10.5042/mhsi.2010.0443)

2006

Bradstreet, S. (2006) Harnessing the ‘lived experience’: formalising peer support approaches to promote recovery. Mental Health Review Journal, 11(2), pp. 33-37. (doi: 10.1108/13619322200600019)

This list was generated on Sat Dec 5 21:08:02 2020 GMT.
Number of items: 22.

Articles

Yeo, C. et al. (2020) The VOICES typology of curatorial decisions in narrative collections of the lived experiences of mental health service use, recovery or madness: Qualitative study. JMIR Mental Health, 7(9), e16290. (doi: 10.2196/16290) (PMID:32945771)

Llewellyn-Beardsley, J. et al. (2020) Not the story you want? Assessing the fit of a conceptual framework characterising mental health recovery narratives. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 55, pp. 295-308. (doi: 10.1007/s00127-019-01791-x) (PMID:31654089)

Allan, S., Bradstreet, S. , McLeod, H. J. , Gleeson, J., Farhall, J., Lambrou, M., Clark, A. and Gumley, A. I. (2020) Perspectives of patients, carers and mental health staff on early warning signs of relapse in psychosis: a qualitative investigation. BJPsych Open, 6(1), e3. (doi: 10.1192/bjo.2019.88) (PMID:31826793)

Gumley, A. et al. (2020) Early signs monitoring to prevent relapse in psychosis and promote well-being, engagement, and recovery: protocol for a feasibility cluster randomized controlled trial harnessing mobile phone technology blended with peer support. JMIR Research Protocols, 9(1), e15058. (doi: 10.2196/15058) (PMID:31917372)

Allan, S., McLeod, H. , Bradstreet, S. , Beedie, S., Moir, B., Gleeson, J., Farhall, J., Morton, E. and Gumley, A. (2019) Understanding implementation of a digital self-monitoring intervention for relapse prevention in psychosis: protocol for a mixed methods process evaluation. JMIR Research Protocols, 8(12), e15634. (doi: 10.2196/15634) (PMID:31821154) (PMCID:PMC6930509)

Allan, S., Bradstreet, S. , McLeod, H. , Farhall, J., Lambrou, M., Gleeson, J., Clark, A. and Gumley, A. (2019) Developing a hypothetical implementation framework of expectations for monitoring early signs of psychosis relapse using a mobile app: qualitative study. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 21(10), e14366. (doi: 10.2196/14366) (PMID:31651400) (PMCID:PMC6838692)

McGranahan, R., Rennick-Egglestone, S., Ramsay, A., Llewellyn-Beardsley, J., Bradstreet, S. , Callard, F., Priebe, S. and Slade, M. (2019) Curation of mental health recovery narrative collections: systematic review and qualitative synthesis. JMIR Mental Health, 6(10), e14233. (doi: 10.2196/14233) (PMID:31588912) (PMCID:PMC6915799)

Rennick-Egglestone, S. et al. (2019) Mental health recovery narratives and their impact on recipients: systematic review and narrative synthesis. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 64(10), pp. 669-679. (doi: 10.1177/0706743719846108) (PMID:31046432)

Bradstreet, S. , Allan, S. and Gumley, A. (2019) Adverse event monitoring in mHealth for psychosis interventions provides an important opportunity for learning. Journal of Mental Health, 28(5), pp. 461-466. (PMID:31240970)

Bradstreet, S. , Dodd, A. and Jones, S. (2018) Internalised stigma in mental health: an investigation of the role of attachment style. Psychiatry Research, 270, pp. 1001-1009. (doi: 10.1016/j.psychres.2018.03.047) (PMID:29609988)

Heriot-Maitland, C. , Allan, S., Bradstreet, S. and Gumley, A. (2018) Antipsychotic treatments: who is really failing here? Lancet Psychiatry, 5(10), p. 785. (doi: 10.1016/S2215-0366(18)30336-5) (PMID:30196055)

Bradstreet, S. (2015) Recovery through rights and relationships. British Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 4(4), pp. 154-156. (doi: 10.12968/bjmh.2015.4.4.154)

Gordon, J. and Bradstreet, S. (2015) So if we like the idea of peer workers, why aren't we seeing more? World Journal of Psychiatry, 5(2), pp. 160-166. (PMID:26110117) (PMCID:PMC4473487)

Mackay, R., Bradstreet, S. , McArthur, A. and Dunion, L. (2015) Dyad conversations about self-stigma in two Scottish communities. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 38(2), pp. 194-200. (doi: 10.1037/prj0000149) (PMID:26075529)

Smith, M. J., Bouch, J., Bradstreet, S. , Lakey, T., Nightingale, A. and O'Connor, R. C. (2015) Health services, suicide, and self-harm: patient distress and system anxiety. Lancet Psychiatry, 2(3), pp. 275-280. (doi: 10.1016/S2215-0366(15)00051-6) (PMID:26359905)

Bird, V. J., Le Boutillier, C., Leamy, M., Williams, J., Bradstreet, S. and Slade, M. (2014) Evaluating the feasibility of complex interventions in mental health services: standardised measure and reporting guidelines. British Journal of Psychiatry, 204(4), pp. 316-321. (doi: 10.1192/bjp.bp.113.128314) (PMID:24311549)

McCaig, M., McNay, L., Marland, G., Bradstreet, S. and Campbell, J. (2014) Establishing a recovery college in a Scottish University. Mental Health and Social Inclusion, 18(2), pp. 92-97. (doi: 10.1108/MHSI-04-2014-0013)

Bradstreet, S. and Mcbrierty, R. (2012) Recovery in Scotland: beyond service development. International Review of Psychiatry, 24(1), pp. 64-69. (doi: 10.3109/09540261.2011.650158) (PMID:22385428) (PMCID:PMC3581058)

Bradstreet, S. and Pratt, R. (2010) Developing peer support worker roles: reflecting on experiences in Scotland. Mental Health and Social Inclusion, 14(3), pp. 36-41. (doi: 10.5042/mhsi.2010.0443)

Bradstreet, S. (2006) Harnessing the ‘lived experience’: formalising peer support approaches to promote recovery. Mental Health Review Journal, 11(2), pp. 33-37. (doi: 10.1108/13619322200600019)

Books

Chandler, R., Bradstreet, S. and Hayward, M. (2013) Voicing Caregiver Experiences: Wellbeing and Recovery Narratives for Caregivers. Scottish Recovery Network: Glasgow, p. 174. ISBN 9780955635960

Book Sections

St George, L. C., O'Hagan, M., Bradstreet, S. and Burge, M. (2017) The emerging field of peer support within mental health services. In: Smith, M. and Jury, A. F. (eds.) Workforce Development Theory and Practice in the Mental Health Sector. IGI Global: Hershey, pp. 247-249. ISBN 9781522518747 (doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-1874-7.ch011)

This list was generated on Sat Dec 5 21:08:02 2020 GMT.

Teaching

Teaching contributions on the MSc in Global Mental Health on Mental Health Policy and Law course (MED5266). Course development, leadership and teaching on the MSc in Digital Interventions (2020/21 -).

Professional activities & recognition

Selected international presentations

  • 2019: AESPPU International Seminar (Madrid)