Graduate Research & Teaching

Post-Graduate Research and Teaching

Awarded doctoral degrees:

  • Dr. Arun Sondhi: Reconviction of Prisoners Presenting for Prison-Based Alcohol Treatment in England.
  • Dr. Linda Somerville: Public Health and alcohol licensing in London: Political reforms, partnership working and localism. (Supported by a studentship co-funded by Alcohol Research UK and Middlesex University).
  • Dr. James O’Shea: Autoethnographic account of developing materials regarding responses to alcohol problems.
  • Dr. Stuart Linke: “Down Your Drink”. A Digital Intervention to Reduce Harmful Drinking.
  • Dr. Nimesh Samarasingh: Drug policy-making in Sri Lanka: people, politics and power.
  • Dr. Clement Ogeleyinbo: Drink driving in Lagos – from the perspective of law enforcement officers.
  • Dr. Fizz Annand : Developing and delivering local level partnership schemes with the alcohol trade: A governmental analysis.
  • Dr. John Kainesie: A qualitative study of the views of clients with a co-morbidity of severe mental illness and substance misuse disorder on methadone treatment for drug misuse.
  • Dr. Sara Nasserzadeh: Technologically assisted health promotion: Sexual health and ‘hard to reach groups’ among young people.
  • Dr. Elaine Arnull: Drug Policy Partnership Approaches.

MSc Mental Health and Substance Use (Dual Diagnosis) programme

This programme offers enormous benefits to students with aspirations of becoming leaders in the field of Mental Health and Substance Use (Dual Diagnosis). The course is specifically aimed at practitioners who are either in roles of leadership or are currently considering career options to move to such positions. This part-time programme is taught through distance learning methods (with some optional face-to-face modules).

The programme aims to:

  • enable students to develop and demonstrate Mental Health and Substance Use (Dual Diagnosis) related skills and knowledge in order to contribute to enhanced professional practice and service development in this field.
  • stimulate and foster leadership skills in the area of mental health and substance use (Dual Diagnosis) service and practice development.
  • facilitate the acquisition, critical understanding and utilisation of research skills and knowledge in order to conduct Mental Health and Substance Use (Dual Diagnosis) research. Facilitate students own professional and career development in the mental health and substance use (Dual Diagnosis) service and practice development field.

View programme details on the Middlesex University website

Contact: Dr Rachel Herring (Programme Leader)