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We are pleased to announce that Steven Brown will be speaking at the The Future of Global Safety, Lloyd’s Register Foundation's Digital Summit 2020.
Steven Brown is Professor of Health and Organisational Psychology at Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University (NTU). His research explores how service users experience mental health care delivered in secure and community settings. He also researches social remembering practices amongst vulnerable groups. Steven’s PhD is in Psychology from the University of Reading, and he has lectured at Keele University, Loughborough University, University of Leicester and The Open University before joining NTU in 2019.
Steven has published over 120 peer reviewed articles and book chapters and is the author of the monographs Vital Memory & Affect: Living with a difficult past (with Paula Reavey, 2015 Routledge), Psychology Without Foundation: History, philosophy and psychosocial theory (with Paul Stenner, 2009, Sage) and The Social Psychology of Experience: Studies in remembering and forgetting (with David Middleton, 2005, Sage).
He is currently working on an evaluation of Mental Health First Aid with colleagues at London South Bank University (where he is Visiting Professor) and an AHRC funded study of precarious craft practices as collective memory in Uzbekistan with colleagues at University of Leicester.