Mr Dom McLernon

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  • Qualifications:LLB, BSc, PGDip, RNMH, SCPHN, AFHEA
  • Position:Senior Lecturer
  • Department:Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences (HAS)
  • Telephone:+44117 965 6261

About me

I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of London, initially in Law (graduating from King's) followed by Mental Health Nursing (graduating from City) where I received the School of Health Sciences' Academic Achievement Award.  I completed postgraduate training in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing at UWE, Bristol.  My clinical work, in both the United Kingdom and Australia, has largely involved working alongside men who present a higher risk of violence and aggression, and alongside school age children (5-19 years old).  I spent several years working in NHS corporate services specialising in clinical audit, governance and quality improvement methodology.

I am a Faith Representative and I am available for one-to-one conversations, pastoral care and advice from a faith perspective.  For futher information, please refer to the UWE Chaplaincy Webpage.

Area of expertise

I have a wide and growing range of academic interests, including religion and ethics in healthcare practice, the emotional wellbeing of boys during adolescence, wider public debate around mental health and wellbeing, and discourse around overpathologising emotional and psychological experience.  I have significant experience in the facilitation of health service improvement initiatives and the delivery of quality improvement and mental health law training.


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