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Hon. Associate Professor, University of
Dr Middleton was a general adult psychiatrist
in West Nottinghamshire and Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor at
the University of Nottingham from 1994. To begin with this was
within the Division of Psychiatry, but from 2006, it was as a
member of the School of Sociology and Social Policy. He was
previously a trainee and research fellow in Oxford and Cambridge.
His earlier research focused on psychopharmacology and
psychophysiology, and his teaching, MRCPsych, and subsequently
social science as applied to mental health difficulties,
undergraduate medical sociology teaching and several related
Dr Middleton published Psychiatry
Reconsidered; From Medical Treatment to Supportive
Understanding in 2015 and Mental Health Uncertainty and
Inevitability: Rejuvenating the Relationship between
Social Science and Psychiatry in 2017. He has been co-chair of
the UK Critical Psychiatry Network since 2010 and has experience as
Clinical Director and with the former National Institute for Mental
Health in England (NIMHE). Dr Middleton retired in July 2016.
Declaration of interests:
Co-chair UK Critical Psychiatry Network.
Reader, University College London.
From 2001, Dr Moncrieff was a senior lecturer
at University College London and honorary general adult
psychiatrist in North East London NHS Foundation Trust. Her
clinical work has included in-patient rehabilitation, community
psychiatry and substance misuse. She was promoted to Reader in
Dr Moncrieff's research interests include
critical approaches to psychiatry and psychopharmacology, history
of psychiatry, and patient experiences of treatment. She has
published numerous peer-reviewed papers and several books,
including The Myth of the Chemical Cure (2008) and The
Bitterest Pills (2013). She co-founded and has co-chaired the
UK Critical Psychiatry Network since 1997.