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Job Title: Senior Lecturer
Phone: 020 8417 6699
Location: Kingston Hill Campus, Kingston University, Kingston Upon Thames, KT2 7LB
Michelle qualified as a registered mental health nurse in 2011 after graduating from Kingston University with a BSc (Hon)Nursing.
She joined the Faculty in November 2014 as a Senior Lecture in Mental Health Nursing.
She began her career as a staff nurse in a female medium secure unit and then joined the Complex Needs Service as an Mentalization-based Therapy MBT)therapist working with service users with a diagnosis of personality disorders. She continues her clinical work as an honorary therapist with this particular service.
She developed an interest in working with service users with a diagnosis of personality disorder as a student nurse.
Michelle studied psychosocial interventions in 2012 which lead to an interest in promoting carer support for families of service users with a diagnosis of personality disorder and established and facilitated a successful family and friends group in her clinical area.
Michelle has presented 'Improving communication and inclusion for families and carers of service users with a diagnosis of personality disorder' at the 3rd European Conference on Mental Health in Sep 2014 in Tallinn, Estonia and at the 'British and Irish Group for the Study of Personality Disorder' Conference March 2016, Isle of Man.
Improving communication and inclusion for families and carers of service users with a diagnosis of personality disorder
Radcliffe, Michelle, Treacy, Colm and Goldie, Julie
Therapeutic observation and providing one to one nursing care.
In: CapitalNurse – Connecting Nurses and Celebrating Nursing in London II;
16 Mar 2017, London, U.K..
Improving communication and inclusion for families in complex cases.
In: 3rd European Conference on Mental Health;
10-12 Sep 2014, Tallinn, Estonia.