Professor of Occupational Health& Psychology
Division of Psychiatry & Applied Psychology,
School of Medicine,
The University of Nottingham,
Amanda Griffiths is a Health Professions Council registered Practitioner Psychologist, a Chartered Occupational Psychologist, a Chartered Health Psychologist, and Registered Europsy Psychologist. She is an Academician and Member of Council of the UK’s Academy of Social Sciences, a member of the Academic Forum of Occupational Medicine and Health (UK Faculty of Occupational Medicine), and an affiliate of the Society of Occupational Medicine. She is a Professorial Fellow of the Institute of Mental Health (Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and the University of Nottingham), a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Special Interest Group on occupational psychiatry (OPSIG), and Expert Occupational Health Advisor to NHS Employers’ Working Longer Review Group.
The Management of Health at Work, Sickness Absence, Rehabilitation and Retention, Contemporary Issues in Workplace Health, Research Project, Forensic Organisational Psychology (C84FO5) on the MSc Criminological Psychology, Professional Competencies , Ageing and Dementia, Mental Health Research, Organisations, Stress and Health, Occupational Psychology, Work and Organisational Psychology, Management Psychology. Analytical Research Methods, Behavioural Sciences in Medicine