Glenn Williams

glenn-williamsGlenn Williams has experience of working in the National Health Service as a Research Officer and also a Research & Development and Clinical Audit Deputy Manager. He has been engaged in training and education of qualified and trainee health professionals for many years, and for several years he was at the University of Nottingham’s School of Nursing as Lecturer in Behavioural Science.

He has expertise in the evaluation of interventions for health and well-being and is able to use a range of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies.  He has expertise in using mixed methods to address research problems and has experience with conducting or supervising research using qualitative methodologies and methods such as grounded theory, thematic analysis and Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. For over 10 years, he was employed as Senior Lecturer in Psychology and Internationalisation Coordinator at Nottingham Trent University’s Division of Psychology and he has extensive experience and expertise on internationalisation issues in Higher Education.

Glenn is a Community Psychologist and is has worked on projects that adhere to a Community Psychology ethos. In his work, Glenn is committed to working towards:

  • addressing inequalities in health and well-being.
  • fostering inclusivity and challenging marginalisation.
  • adopting a facilitative approach to individual and social change.
  • empowering people to make healthier choices for their lives.

Glenn has conducted research in these two main areas:

  • Community Psychology (e.g. community arts initiatives and mental health; addressing inequalities in health and well-being; poverty and well-being; stigma & discrimination)
  • Psychology of well-being, health, and health care (e.g. positive psychological experiences, including flow and happiness; health professional education; health care delivery and decision-making; personality and mental health; addiction; spirituality and well-being; commuting stress)

You can see his list of publications here. You can connect with him on Twitter @ConvertsStudy.

Credits: Leeds Beckett University

Published: 02 December 2016

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