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Kevin Browne
Kevin Browne
Chair of Forensic Psychology and Child Health, Faculty Of Medicine And Health Science
University of Nottingham
United Kingdom

Prof. Kevin Browne is Chair of Forensic Psychology and Child Health, as well as Director of the Professional Doctorate Programmes in Forensic Psychology and the research Centre for Forensic and Family Psychology. He first held academic appointments at the University of Surrey, University of Leicester and University of Birmingham Medical School before being appointed as Professor and Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre in Child Care and Protection at the School of Psychology, University of Birmingham from 1998 to 2007. He then became the Chair of Forensic and Child Psychology at the School of Psychology, University of Liverpool (2007 to 2009). In 2009 he joined the University of Nottingham as Chair of Forensic Psychology and Child Health, and then became Head of the Institute for Work, Health & Organisations (I-WHO) in August 2010 until it was incorporated into the School of Medicine Division of Psychiatry and Applied Psychology in September 2013. Clinical Practice Professor Browne is a Fellow of the Society for Biology (FSB) and is registered with the Health Care and Professions Council (HCPC) as a forensic psychology practitioner. He is also a Chartered Forensic Psychologist with the British Psychological Society and holds a European Practicing Certificate in Psychology. In addition, he is listed in the Expert Witness Register of Chartered Psychologists under the auspices of the British Psychological Society (BPS).

Research Interest

Prof. Browne's research interests are concerned with health systems and organisations to support the transition to parenthood, maternal health and child health. In particular, he is interested in the concept of infanticide and child abandonment and its relationship to economic transition and poverty. He is currently researching this topic with a grant (EU 350,000) from the European Union Daphne programme in collaboration with 9 country partners.

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