Sifo Dlamini is a qualified Mental Health Nurse (RMN), and previously worked as a Specialist Complex Needs Nurse. He has experience of working in both quantity surveying and commercial property management. He provides the clinical voice for the ‘Making Room for Dignity’ programme.
Karl is an associate architect with Scott Tallon Walker Architects, Dublin. He has extensive experience as a senior design Architect in the Healthcare Division with a reputation for the successful delivery of fast-track large scale projects. Recent projects completed include the National Forensic Mental Health Hospital, comprising of nine buildings on a 12-hectare site in… Read more »
Current Positions Consultant Psychiatrist, Norfolk & Suffolk Foundation Trust, Ipswich Department of Justice, Medical Member, First Tier Tribunal (Mental Health) Honorary Senior Lecturer, University of East Anglia Assistant Editor Journal of Psychiatric Intensive Care Current Clinical Post Primary Care Consultant Psychiatry and Assessment, East Suffolk (since 2018) Previous Clinical Posts Psychiatric Intensive Care Consultant Suffolk… Read more »
Omar Jomeen is the Healthcare Director at Galliford Try, with 12 years in clinical and 22 years in capital develop is committed to improving the physical environment for patients and staff. Initially providing care for patients as an RMN student in Victorian Institutions he recognises how the environment shapes and influences clinical care and outcomes.
Over the last 14 years I have worked predominantly in Acute mental Health Throughout my career. I am responsible for Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants, they provide cover across 16 wards, including male psychiatric intensive care and both male and female acute mental health wards. I work collaboratively with ward managers and service leads… Read more »
A senior medical planner and behavioral health subject matter expert, Stephen is a proponent of “architect as advocate” for colleague, client, and community alike, and he believes strongly in leadership through service. His current work? Conducting design research and developing best practices in collaboration with our global Behavioral Health team-helping to drive positive patient outcomes… Read more »
Morten Deleuran Terkildsen is a senior researcher at CerF (Centre for forensic psychiatric Research and Development) at the Department of Forensic Psychiatry, Aarhus University Hospital Psychiatry and DEFACTUM in Central Denmark Region. Morten has a PhD degree in anthropology from Aarhus University. He specialises in qualitative studies of forensic psychiatric practices, focusing on staff and… Read more »