Adele Phillips is a Senior Lecturer in Public Health at Middlesex University. She has public health practice experience working as a Harm Reduction Practitioner for community drug and alcohol treatment services. Her research interests include drug and alcohol using behaviours, ethnographic research and health promotion. She is currently undertaking a PhD on the topic of social resistance within community drug and alcohol treatment service settings, supervised by Professor Shane Blackman, Professor of Cultural Studies at Canterbury Christ Church University. She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning (Higher Education)
MSc Health Promotion and Public Health
BSc (Hons) Psychology
Health promotion, healthy lifestyle behaviours, drug and alcohol use, qualitative research.
I teach on the following awards:
BSc Public Health
MSc Public Health
I am currently writing up my PhD thesis on the topic of social resistance within harm reduction work in community drug and alcohol treatment services.
I am involved in a research project with academic colleagues at Canterbury Christ Church University investigating facilitators and barriers to transitions into Higher Education for First in Family students.