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Professor Charlie Brooker

Posted on 15/10/2012
Prof Charlie Brooker

Professor Charlie Brooker

The Centre for Criminology and Sociology congratulates Professor Charlie Brooker on his appointment as Honorary Professor of Offender Health.

Professor Charlie Brooker is an international leader in the study of psychosocial interventions for people suffering serious mental health problems, the evaluation of health services provided for mentally ill people, policy development in the fields of health mental health services,  and offender health. Over the past20 years Professor Brooker has advised a wide range of government and non governmental agencies on mental health policy practice and training including the Home Office, NHS Executive and Department of Health, a large number of NHS Trusts , the Royal Colleges of Nursing and Psychiatry. Professor Brooker has carried out funded research for many organisations including  the Department of Health. DHSS in Northern Ireland, Community Health Sheffield, NHS Trust Sheffield Health Authority, High Security Psychiatric Services Commissioning Board (HSPSCB) Leeds Health Authority, Lincolnshire Health Authority, South Yorkshire Probation, the Home Office and the National Institute for Health Research Patient Benefit Scheme. Professor Brooker has published widely  in the area of mental health services which have had an international influence with over 100 peer-reviewed publications and five books.



   
 
 
 

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