Lloyd Bastiman is a Senior Lecturer and mental health 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 Southwest 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 high-risk 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. Lloyd is also undertaking his Doctorate which allows for a deeper exploration into student experience of classroom digital technology and participatory engagement in the promotion of inclusive pedagogy and identity.
Currently, Lloyd works as a Senior Lecturer within the School of Health and Life Sciences (SHLS) delivering on several pre-registration modules. Lloyd is also module leader for Expert by Experience at Teesside University. In addition to this, Lloyd is also the Mental Health Lead for Cohort 2101.
Award Date: 26 Sept 2016
Master, Education - PgCert Learning and Teaching in Higher Education
Bachelor, Mental Health
PhD, Doctorate EdD - Ongoing
Fellowship , Higher Education Academy