Marsh Award for Mental Health Work

2009 - Dr Grainne Fadden




Dr. Fadden has carried out extensive research, both in England and in Europe, and has an international reputation for her expertise in family interventions.

She has written extensively on the effects of mental health problems on families, on ways in which families can be supported, and on the training of mental health professionals. In addition to this, Dr. Fadden sits on a number of national groups addressing issues relating to psychosocial interventions, and their application in the workplace. She is an advisor to the Department of Health on issues relating to families and carers, and has been working closely with the Royal College of Psychiatrists on issues such as confidentiality and information-sharing with family members, and the involvement of carers in the training of psychiatrists.

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