Peer review publications
Founder: Journal of Social Science & Allied Health Professions | Senior Lecturer: Diagnostic Radiography, Charles Sturt University, NSW, Australia | Visiting Senior Fellow: School of Health Sciences, University of Suffolk, UK.
Chair of Inspire Suffolk Charity | Visiting Professor University of Suffolk | Chair of Ipswich Chamber of Commerce | Editor in Chief of Disability & Rehabilitation Journal.
Professor Mohammed Dastbaz
Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of Suffolk | Fellow of the British Computer Society - The Chartered Institute for IT | Fellow of the Higher Education Academy | Fellow of Royal Society of Arts (RSA).
Professor: Health Sciences, University of Suffolk | Visiting Professor of Health Enterprise at UEA | Honorary Professor in the School of Health and Human Sciences at the University of Essex.
Professor of Cultural Studies at Canterbury Christ Church University | Associate Editor: Journal of Youth Studies | Associate Editor: YOUNG: Nordic Journal of Youth Research.
Head of Allied Health Sciences at London South Bank University. Professional expertise in physiotherapy and previously Director of Academic Affairs at St Mary's University in Twickenham. Research interested include the management of chronic low back pain, with a particular focus on the training and use of motivational interviewing by allied health professions.
Digital Radiography, Computed Tomography, Education Technology, British Columbia, Canada |Honorary Senior Lecturer - Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney | Monash University (Adjunct Associate Professor-Medicine, Nursing, and Health Sciences); Charles Sturt University (Adjunct Professor-Faculty of Science); and University of Canberra (Adjunct Associate Professor-Faculty of Health).
Dr Martin is a Senior Lecturer and NMC Correspondent at the University of Essex. He qualified as a mental health nurse in 1983, his on-going clinical career spans 30 years within and with the UK National Health Service. Research interests include qualitative methods (particularly grounded theory), nursing, mental health, professional/clinical education and professional/clinical practice.
Professor Paul M.W. Hackett
Paul M.W. Hackett is a psychologist with an interest in structured ontological accounts of behaviour in human and non-human animals. His research has addressed several applied domains including consumer behaviour and his writing has appeared in prestigious journals. He has also published a dozen books including texts on research methods in psychology. Paul teaches ethnography in the School of Communications at Emerson College, Boston. He is also a visiting professor in health research methods at the University of Suffolk, a visiting professor in the psychology department at Gloucestershire University and a visiting researcher in the psychology department at the University of Cambridge.
Dr Stuart Flint
Dr Stuart Flint is a Senior Research Fellow in Public Health and Obesity at Leeds Beckett University. He has a background in psychology with a specific interest in the psychosocial effects of obesity; in particular weight stigmatisation and discrimination. His research has highlighted weight stigma and discrimination in adult and child populations, across various settings, the potential impact on people who are overweight or with obesity and he develops interventions to reduce weight stigma attitudes and behaviours.