lecture is open to members of the public and is offered free-of-charge.
Pre-booking is advisable.
Repper is Recovery
Lead in Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust, supporting the development and
evaluation of Recovery focused services; Associate Professor of Recovery and
Social Inclusion at University of Nottingham leading the MSc Recovery and
providing supervision for post-doc students focusing on Recovery; Service User
Engagement Fellow for East midlands and chair of the National Carer Research
group (FACTOR); a core consultant on the ImROC project (‘Implementing Recovery
in Organisational Contexts’) in England, and on the Genio funded ARI (Advancing
Recovery in Ireland) project in the Republic of Ireland.
collaboratively with people who have lived experience to develop innovative
training, research and service developments and is currently Director of the
Nottingham Recovery Education Centre and course leader for the Certificate in
Advanced Peer Practice at Nottingham University - the first accredditted course
in peer support in the UK. She has written widely around Recovery
including (with Rachel Perkins): Social Inclusion and Recovery. A Model
for Mental Health Practice (2003) Edinburgh, Bailliere Tindall and several
ImROC papers including briefings on Recovery colleges, Families and Recovery
and Peer Worker posts.