Frances Burbidge Clinical Lecturer / Work experience co-ordinator for the MSc Clinical Applications of Psychology / Ethics reviewer Faculty of Health Sciences School of Life Sciences firstname.lastname@example.org 01482 466953 Fran Burbidge is a clinical psychologist who predominantly works with adult mental health and acquired brain injury populations. She has worked in the NHS and private sector with both inpatients and outpatients. At the University of Hull, she delivers teaching focused on clinical issues and supervises student research into clinical practice and understanding the needs of patients. Research Research Interests Psychosis Self harm Mental health Suicide Research groups Currently working with Navigo to investigate protocol for working with people who present as suicidal Teaching Programmes taught on (2018) Psychology with Criminology MSc in Clinical Applications of Psychology Clinical Psychology Doctorate Psychology Programmes taught on (2019) Psychology MSc in Clinical Applications of Psychology Clinical Psychology Doctorate Psychology with Criminology Modules list Professional Ethical and personal issues in Clinical Psychology Introduction to assessment in Clinical Psychology Clinical and Therapeutic issues in Clinical Psychology Positive Psychology Forensic Psychology Mental Health in Practice Research PhDs Fran welcomes applications from students interested in the field of mental health. Current PhD supervisions Working with suicidal people (Collaberative Assessment and Management of Suicidality) Continua of self harm through narratives (ClinPsyD) Professional highlights Academic qualifications BSc Psychology ClinPsyD External roles Currently working two days per week at Barchester Healthcare delivering psychological assessment and intervention into Windermere House Independent Hospital.