University of Hertfordshire

Shulamit Ramon



Professor Shula Ramon is a social worker and clinical psychologist by her professional background. She has researched and published extensively on key themes in mental health and social work, in the UH and internationally.

Current mental health themes include critical analysis of mental health policies in the UK and Europe, service users' involvement in research, the new meaning of recovery and related organisational change, domestic violence and mental health, shared decision making in the management of psychiatric medication.

Current  social work themes include service users' involvement in education and research, the impact of political conflict on social work.

Professor Ramon is the author of 12 books and more than 100 peer reviewed articles, the latest of which is: Ryan, P., Ramon, S., Greacen, T. (ed) (2012) Empowerment, Lifelong Learning and Recovery in Mental Health: Towards a new paradigm. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Acting as the mental health lead of the department of Child health, mental health and social work, she is the principal investigator of two EU funded research projects and co-supervisor of give PhD students.


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