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Angela Hassiotis

Angela HassiotisReader and Honorary Consultant, Psychiatry of Learning Disability
Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust & UCL

Angela Hassiotis is a clinical academic and honorary Consultant Psychiatrist in Learning Disabilities at Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust. She is based within the Camden Learning Disabilities Service. She has significant track record in research and service developments within her speciality. Her work, and with colleagues, has led to innovations in care delivery. She has published over 50 peer reviewed papers, book chapters, has edited a book on mental health in learning disabilities and lectures nationally and internationally.

She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, Finance Officer of the Faculty of the Psychiatry of Learning Disability and chair of a special interest group of an international members research organisation in learning disabilities (IASSID) and member of the board on the IASSID Academy.

She will spend her time as a NICE Fellow focusing on issues relevant to the implementation of NICE guidelines within the newly developed service lines in her trust and will investigate how guidelines can be implemented within care pathways in learning disabilities. In addition, given her recent work on international projects she is interested in looking at how treatment and management guidelines may translate into practice in low and middle income countries.

Finally, as a champion of evidence based practice, she will work with her wide network of professional contacts at local, national and international level to consider ways in which she can use her position to improve guideline implementation.

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