Ms Gloria Lui
BSc, MSc, MBPsS
|Research Associate in the Department of Psychology|
I have experience and a background in both Clinical and Forensic psychiatric settings. I am a keen advocate in patient/service users' rights and, through empirical research, voicing their views in making key systemic changes. I am currently working on a project to increase physical activities in medium secure forensic psychiatric hospitals, through co-produced intervention developement methodologies. I am also interested in the family/carers involvement with services and research into improving access to physical health whilst detained under the Mental Health Act or imprisonment.
I also conduct research around tackling Sexual Violence and Misconduct in Higher Education. I have a particular interest in how culture and ethnicity may influence rates of reporting, in addition to evaluating the processes used by Universities when incidents are reported to them.
Professor Tammi Walker
Professor Graham Towl
- Physical Health Inequalities and Serious Mental Illness
- Addressing Sexual Violence at Universities
- Cultural and Ethnic Diversity
- Mental Health Act
- Criminal Justice System
- Hate Crimes and Inequalities