Lloyd Bastiman is a clinician with a professional background working within both forensic rehabilitation, psychiatric intensive care and the criminal justice system. In addition to having also worked on a range of speciality medical wards including oncology, rheumatology and endoscopy. Lloyd has also supported the NHS 111 provision in South West London.
Previously, Lloyd served as a frontline police officer, enabling him to utilise his professional background as both a clinician and police officer, in ensuring that improvements were made regarding interprofessional practices amongst key partnership agencies. Lloyd also assisted as a frontline police negotiator in mental health crisis incidents and concern for welfare reports.
Lloyd has a particular research interest in examining the mental health support available for those released from police custody, and improving interprofessional working within the locality.
Currently, Lloyd works as a Lecturer within the School of Health and Life Sciences (SHLS) delivering on a number pre-registration modules. Lloyd is also module leader for Enhanced Clinical Decision Making at Teesside University. In addition to this, Lloyd is also the Field Leader for Cohort 2101 (MH).