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Dr Mark Haddad

Visiting Lecturer

School of Health Sciences, Division of Nursing

Contact Information

Contact

Postal Address

City, University of London
Northampton Square
London
EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

About

Background

Mark Haddad is currently Senior Lecturer in Mental Health at City University London, and Senior Tutor for Research. Prior to this, he was a Clinical Research Fellow at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London.

Mark initially trained as a general adult nurse and as a mental nurse, and maintained a clinical role in primary care mental health until 2014.

In 2002, he obtained MSc Epidemiology and was awarded a Medical Research Council Clinical Training Fellowship, which formed his PhD study. His interests include depression, primary care mental health, epidemiology, and educational evaluation. Mark is a member of the RCN Mental Health Forum national committee, and served as a member of the NICE guideline development group for depression and chronic physical illness.

Research

Research Overview

Key research interests are within clinical research and epidemiology focusing on depression and common mental disorders, the relationship between physical and mental health problems, and developing and evaluating educational interventions for clinicians.

Research areas:

- Common Mental Disorders
- Primary Care Mental Health
- Public Health and Epidemiology
-Co-morbid Physical and Mental Health Problems
- Educational Evaluation

Grants

- 2013-17: Developing and evaluating a collaborative care intervention for prisoners with common mental health problems, near to and after release (Engager 2). NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research: RP-PG-1210-12011. Co-applicant: £2million.

- 2012-13: Improving the physical health of people with serious mental illness: a pilot project in a low secure forensic unit. Florence Nightingale Foundation/London Network for Nurses and Midwives. PI: £5,000

- 2008-13: UPBEAT-UK, A programme of research into the relationship between coronary heart disease and depression in primary care patients. Researcher.

- 2010-11: Offenders Mental Health. NIHR Programme Development Grant. Co-applicant: £100,000

- 2009-10: Quality improvement inpatient violence. Health Foundation SHINE. Co-applicant: £72,000

- 2007-10: QUEST project a 3-year study designed to provide school nurses with knowledge and skills to promote good emotional health and to deliver early intervention for children at risk of developing mental disorders. Cluster RCT design. Health Foundation Co-applicant: £430,000

- 2008-9 Revision & validation of Depression Attitude Questionnaire. Inst. Social Psychiatry: P.I.: £7,000

- 2006-7: Pooled analysis Depression Attitude Questionnaire data. P.I.: £10k SLaM Trustees P.I.: £10,000

- 2002-5: Cluster RCT District Nurse Training Evaluation. MRC Clinical Research Fellowship. Applicant: £132,000

Collaborators

Professor Andre Tylee
Dr Paul Walters
Dr Elizabeth Barley
Professor Alan Simpson
Dr Julia Jones
Professor Anthony Mann
Professor Richard Byng

Research Students

Name
Sarah Horan
Thesis Title
Development of a condition specific quality of life scale for atrial fibrillation: AF-PROMS
Further Information
Principal supervisor.
Funded by: Clothworkers’ Charitable Studentship, Sept 2012-16.
Name
Fabia Bass-Fagan
Thesis Title
Development of a Quality of Life assessment for patients undergoing Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation
Further Information
Principal supervisor.
Funded by: Clothworkers’ Charitable Studentship, Sept 2012-16.
Name
Brian Rice
Thesis Title
Prospective publications Heterosexual HIV transmission
Name
Greg Rooney
Thesis Title
Measuring hope and its place in care
Further Information
Principal supervisor
Registered (part-time): Oct 2014
Name
Marie Hill
Thesis Title
Grounded theory based exploration of practice nurses' approaches to vaccination uptake
Further Information
Principal supervisor.
Registered (part-time): Feb 2012

Publications

Book

  1. Haddad, M. and Gunn, J. (2011). Fast facts: Depression. Oxford: Health Press Ltd. ISBN 978-1-905832-86-6.

Chapters (4)

  1. Haddad, M. and Plummer, S. (2009). Mental health in primary care. In Newell, R. and Gournay, K. (Eds.), Mental health nursing Oxford: Churchill-Livingston. ISBN 978-0-443-07451-6.
  2. Haddad, M. (2009). Mental health and older people. In Newell, R. and Gournay, K. (Eds.), Mental health nursing (pp. 288–321). Oxford: Churchill-Livingston. ISBN 978-0-443-07451-6.
  3. Cader, S. and Haddad, M. (2009). Medically unexplained symptoms. In Stringer, S., Church, L., Davison, S. and Lipsedge, M. (Eds.), Psychiatry PRN: Principles, Reality, Next Steps Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-956198-8.
  4. Plummer, S. and Haddad, M. (2009). The role of practice nurses in primary care mental health. In Gask, L., Lester, H., Kendrick, T. and Peveler, R. (Eds.), London: Gaskell.

Conference Papers and Proceedings (9)

  1. Haddad, M. (2011). Workshop - Depression recognition and care: skills for school nurses. RCN Annual School Nurses Conference August.
  2. Haddad, M. (2011). Mental health - management of risk in inpatient settings. RCN Congress April.
  3. Haddad, M. (2010). Presentation/Workshops QUEST project. Childrens’ Mental Health in the Community. Quadripartite College meeting with the Royal College of Psychiatrists, The Royal College of General Practitioners, The Royal College of Nursing and The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health February.
  4. Haddad, M. (2009). Presentation QUEST project. Royal College Psychiatrists Faculty of child & adolescent psychiatry meeting September.
  5. Haddad, M. Improving inpatient mental health safety through a safety care bundle, study findings. NPNR Sept 2011.
  6. Haddad, M. Improving inpatient mental health safety through a safety care bundle, project design. Oct 2011 .
  7. Haddad, M. Workshop - Depression recognition and care: skills for school nurses. RCN Annual School Nurses Conference Aug 2010.
  8. Haddad, M. Depression recognition and management. London CAMHS Network Jul 2010.
  9. Haddad, M. Presentation – DAQ revision project. RCN Mental Health nursing Conference Mar 2010.

Journal Articles (55)

  1. Lennox, C., Kirkpatrick, T., Taylor, R.S., Todd, R., Greenwood, C., Haddad, M., Stevenson, C., Stewart, A., Shenton, D., Carroll, L., Brand, S.L., Quinn, C., Anderson, R., Maguire, M., Harris, T., Shaw, J. and Byng, R. (2018). Pilot randomised controlled trial of the ENGAGER collaborative care intervention for prisoners with common mental health problems, near to and after release. Pilot and feasibility studies, 4, p. 15. doi:10.1186/s40814-017-0163-6.
  2. Haddad, M., Waqas, A., Sukhera, A.B. and Tarar, A.Z. (2017). The psychometric characteristics of the revised depression attitude questionnaire (R-DAQ) in Pakistani medical practitioners: A cross-sectional study of doctors in Lahore. BMC Research Notes, 10(1) . doi:10.1186/s13104-017-2652-3.
  3. Haddad, M. (2017). Use and relevance of bibliometrics for nursing. Nursing Standard, 31(37), pp. 55–63. doi:10.7748/ns.2017.e10830.
  4. Mulligan, K., Lamontagne-Godwin, F., McBain, H., Haddad, M., Jones, J., Flood, C., Thomas, D. and Simpson, A. (2017). Diabetes care for people with severe mental illness: a survey of health professionals. DIABETIC MEDICINE, 34, pp. 180–180.
  5. Mulligan, K., Mcbain, H., Lamontagne-Godwin, F., Chapman, J., Haddad, M., Jones, J., Flood, C., Thomas, D. and Simpson, A. (2017). Barriers and enablers of type 2 diabetes self-management in people with severe mental illness. Health Expectations . doi:10.1111/hex.12543.
  6. Haddad, M., Llewellyn-Jones, S., Yarnold, S. and Simpson, A. (2016). Improving the physical health of people with severe mental illness in a low secure forensic unit: An uncontrolled evaluation study of staff training and physical health care plans. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 25(6), pp. 554–565. doi:10.1111/inm.12246.
  7. Haddad, M., Waqas, A., Qayyum, W., Shams, M. and Malik, S. (2016). The attitudes and beliefs of Pakistani medical practitioners about depression: A cross-sectional study in Lahore using the Revised Depression Attitude Questionnaire (R-DAQ). BMC Psychiatry, 16(1) . doi:10.1186/s12888-016-1069-1.
  8. McBain, H., Mulligan, K., Lamontagne-Godwin, F., Jones, J., Haddad, M., Flood, C., Thomas, D. and Simpson, A. (2016). Implementation of recommended type 2 diabetes care for people with severe mental illness - a qualitative exploration with healthcare professionals. BMC Psychiatry, 16(1) . doi:10.1186/s12888-016-0942-2.
  9. Jones, J., McBain, H., Lamontagne-Godwin, F., Mulligan, K., Haddad, M., Flood, C., Thomas, D. and Simpson, A. (2016). Severe mental illness and type 2 diabetes: using theory and research evidence to develop complex behaviour change interventions. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 23(5), pp. 312–321. doi:10.1111/jpm.12311.
  10. Mcbain, H., Mulligan, K., Haddad, M., Flood, C., Jones, J. and Simpson, A. (2016). Self management interventions for type 2 diabetes in adult people with severe mental illness. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2016(4) . doi:10.1002/14651858.CD011361.pub2.
  11. Simpson, A., Hannigan, B., Coffey, M., Jones, A., Barlow, S., Cohen, R., Všetečková, J., Faulkner, A. and Haddad, M. (2015). Study protocol: Cross-national comparative case study of recovery-focused mental health care planning and coordination (COCAPP). BMC Psychiatry, 15(1) . doi:10.1186/s12888-015-0538-2.
  12. Haddad, M., Menchetti, M., McKeown, E., Tylee, A. and Mann, A. (2015). The development and psychometric properties of a measure of clinicians' attitudes to depression: the revised Depression Attitude Questionnaire (R-DAQ). BMC psychiatry, 15, p. 7. doi:10.1186/s12888-014-0381-x.
  13. Waqas, A., Ahmad, W., Haddad, M., Taggart, F.M., Muhammad, Z., Bukhari, M.H., Sami, S.A., Batool, S.M., Najeeb, F., Hanif, A., Rizvi, Z.A. and Ejaz, S. (2015). Measuring the well-being of health care professionals in the Punjab: A psychometric evaluation of the Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-being Scale in a Pakistani population. PeerJ, 2015(10) . doi:10.7717/peerj.1264.
  14. Papadatou-Pastou, M., Goozée, R., Barley, E.A., Haddad, M. and Tzotzoli, P. (2015). Online intervention, 'MePlusMe', supporting mood, wellbeing, study skills, and everyday functioning in students in higher education: a protocol for a feasibility study. Pilot and feasibility studies, 1, p. 34.
  15. McBain, H., Mulligan, K., Haddad, M., Flood, C., Jones, J., Chapman, J., Hilton, N. and Simpson, A. (2014). Diabetes self-management in people with severe mental illness. The European Health Psychologist, 16(6), pp. 240–248.
  16. Barley, E.A., Walters, P., Haddad, M., Phillips, R., Achilla, E., McCrone, P., Van Marwijk, H., Mann, A. and Tylee, A. (2014). The UPBEAT nurse-delivered personalized care intervention for people with coronary heart disease who report current chest pain and depression: A randomised controlled pilot study. PLoS ONE, 9(6) . doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0098704.
  17. McBain, H., Mulligan, K., Haddad, M., Flood, C., Jones, J. and Simpson, A. (2014). Self-management interventions for type 2 diabetes in adult people with severe mental illness (Protocol). Cochrane Library, (11) . doi:10.1002/14651858.CD011361.
  18. Haddad, M., Walters, P., Phillips, R., Tsakok, J., Williams, P., Mann, A. and Tylee, A. (2013). Detecting Depression in Patients with Coronary Heart Disease: A Diagnostic Evaluation of the PHQ-9 and HADS-D in Primary Care, Findings From the UPBEAT-UK Study. PLoS ONE, 8(10), p. e78493. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0078493.
  19. Robson, D., Haddad, M., Gray, R. and Gournay, K. (2013). Mental health nursing and physical health care: A cross-sectional study of nurses' attitudes, practice, and perceived training needs for the physical health care of people with severe mental illness. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 22(5), pp. 409–417. doi:10.1111/j.1447-0349.2012.00883.x.
  20. Haddad, M. (2013). Promoting mental health in men. Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987), 27(30) .
  21. Sighinolfi, C., Norcini Pala, A., Casini, F., Haddad, M., Berardi, D. and Menchetti, M. (2013). Adaptation and psychometric evaluation of the Italian version of the depression attitude questionnaire (DAQ). Epidemiol Psychiatr Sci, 22(1), pp. 93–100. doi:10.1017/S2045796012000224.
  22. Haddad, M. and Tylee, A. (2013). The Development and First Use of the QUEST Measures to Evaluate School Nurses' Knowledge and Skills for Depression Recognition and Management. Journal of School Health, 83(1), pp. 36–44. doi:10.1111/j.1746-1561.2012.00745.x.
  23. Tylee, A., Haddad, M., Barley, E., Ashworth, M., Brown, J., Chambers, J., Farmer, A., Fortune, Z., Lawton, R., Leese, M., Mann, A., McCrone, P., Murray, J., Pariante, C., Phillips, R., Rose, D., Rowlands, G., Sabes-Figuera, R., Smith, A. and Walters, P. (2012). A pilot randomised controlled trial of personalised care for depressed patients with symptomatic coronary heart disease in South London general practices: the UPBEAT-UK RCT protocol and recruitment. BMC Psychiatry, 12, p. 58. doi:10.1186/1471-244X-12-58.
  24. Haddad, M. (2012). Commentary on Haws J, Ramjeet J & Gray R (2011) A national survey of GP and nurse attitudes and beliefs towards depression after myocardial infarction. Journal of Clinical Nursing 20, 3215-3223. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21(11-12), pp. 1794–1795. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2012.04175.x.
  25. Pryjmachuk, S., Graham, T., Haddad, M. and Tylee, A. (2012). School nurses' perspectives on managing mental health problems in children and young people. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21(5-6), pp. 850–859. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2011.03838.x.
  26. Robson, D. and Haddad, M. (2012). Mental health nurses' attitudes towards the physical health care of people with severe and enduring mental illness: the development of a measurement tool. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 49(1), pp. 72–83. doi:10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2011.07.011.
  27. Haddad, M., Menchetti, M., Walters, P., Norton, J., Tylee, A. and Mann, A. (2012). Clinicians' attitudes to depression in Europe: A pooled analysis of depression attitude questionnaire findings. Family Practice, 29(2), pp. 121–130. doi:10.1093/fampra/cmr070.
  28. Ohtsuki, T., Kodaka, M., Sakai, R., Ishikura, F., Watanabe, Y., Mann, A., Haddad, M., Yamada, M. and Inagaki, M. (2012). Attitudes toward depression among Japanese non-psychiatric medical doctors: A cross-sectional study. BMC Research Notes, 5, p. 441. doi:10.1186/1756-0500-5-441.
  29. Robson, D., Cole, F., Jalasi, S., Boojharut, B., Smith, S., Thompson, S., Jones, M. and Haddad, M. (2012). Smoking cessation and serious mental illness: A service evaluation of a drop-in stop smoking clinic on an acute in-patient unit. Journal of Clinical Nursing .
  30. Barley, E.A., Haddad, M., Simmonds, R., Fortune, Z., Walters, P., Murray, J., Rose, D. and Tylee, A. (2012). The UPBEAT depression and coronary heart disease programme: Using the UK medical research council framework to design a nurse-led complex intervention for use in primary care. BMC Family Practice, 13, p. 119. doi:10.1186/1471-2296-13-119.
  31. Meader, N., Mitchell, A.J., Chew-Graham, C., Goldberg, D., Rizzo, M., Bird, V., Kessler, D., Packham, J., Haddad, M. and Pilling, S. (2011). Case identification of depression in patients with chronic physical health problems: A diagnostic accuracy meta-analysis of 113 studies. British Journal of General Practice, 61(593) . doi:10.3399/bjgp11X613151.
  32. Haddad, M. and Tylee, A. (2011). The chronic disease management model for depression in primary care. Clinical Neuropsychiatry, 8(4), pp. 252–259.
  33. Haddad, M. (2011). Different attitudes towards mental health revealed in a survey of nurses across five European countries; more positive attitudes found in Portugal, in women and in those in senior roles. Evidence-Based Nursing, 13(4), pp. 115–116. doi:10.1136/ebn1090.
  34. Tylee, A., Ashworth, M., Barley, E., Brown, J., Chambers, J., Farmer, A., Fortune, Z., Haddad, M., Lawton, R. and Mann, A. (2011). Up-beat UK: a programme of research into the relationship between coronary heart disease and depression in primary care patients. BMC Family Practice, 12(38), pp. 1–9. doi:10.1186/1471-2296-12-38.
  35. Haddad, M. and Young, N. (2011). Understanding the use of antidepressants. Practice Nursing, 22(7), pp. 347–352.
  36. Haddad, M. (2011). Heart and mind: coronary heart disease and depression. British Journal of Wellbeing, 2(3), pp. 37–43.
  37. Walters, P. and Haddad, M. (2011). Depression. Pulse 1, 1, pp. 16–17.

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  38. Norton, J.L., Pommié, C., Cogneau, J., Haddad, M., Ritchie, K. and Mann, A. (2011). Beliefs and attitudes of French family practitioners towards depression: the impact of training in mental health. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 41(2), pp. 102–122.
  39. Haddad, M., Butler, G.S. and Tylee, A. (2010). School nurses' involvement, attitudes and training needs for mental health work: A UK-wide cross-sectional study. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 66(11), pp. 2471–2480. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2648.2010.05432.x.
  40. Haddad, M. (2010). Different attitudes towards mental health revealed in a survey of nurses across five European countries; more positive attitudes found in Portugal, in women and in those in senior roles. Evidence-Based Nursing, 13(4), pp. 115–116. doi:10.1136/ebn.13.4.115.
  41. Haddad, M. (2010). Caring for patients with long-term conditions and depression. Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987), 24(24) .
  42. Haddad, M., Taylor, C. and Pilling, S. (2009). Depression in adults with long term conditions 2: antidepressant and psychological treatments. Nursing times, 105(49-50), pp. 20–23.
  43. Haddad, M., Taylor, C. and Pilling, S. (2009). Depression in adults with long term conditions 1: how to identify and assess symptoms. Nursing times, 105(48), pp. 14–17.
  44. Haddad, M. (2009). Depression in adults with a chronic physical health problem: Treatment and management. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 46(11), pp. 1411–1414. doi:10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2009.08.007.
  45. Haddad, M., Walters, P. and Tylee, A. (2009). Mood disorders in primary care. Psychiatry, 8, pp. 71–75. doi:10.1016/j.mppsy.2008.11.001.

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  46. Tylee, A. and Haddad, M. (2007). Managing complex problems: Treatment for common mental disorders in the UK. Epidemiologia e Psichiatria Sociale, 16(4), pp. 302–308.
  47. Haddad, M., Walters, P. and Tylee, A. (2007). District nursing staff and depression: A psychometric evaluation of Depression Attitude Questionnaire findings. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 44(3), pp. 447–456. doi:10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2006.07.005.
  48. Haddad, M. and Wallace, J. (2007). Paraphrenia: an outdated concept? Geriatric Medicine, 37, pp. 13–17.
  49. Haddad, M., Rogers, P. and Gournay, K. (2007). Cognitive behaviour therapy in primary care. Primary Health Care, 17, pp. 32–34.
  50. Haddad, M. (2007). School nurses and young people's mental health: the QUEST project. Jnl Sch & Pub Health, 1, pp. 26–28.
  51. Haddad, M., Plummer, S., Taverner, A., Gray, R., Lee, S., Payne, F. and Knight, D. (2005). District nurses' involvement and attitudes to mental health problems: A three-area cross-sectional study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 14(8 A), pp. 976–985. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2005.01196.x.
  52. Haddad, M., Plummer, S., Taverner, A., Gray, R., Lee, S., Payne, F. and Knight, D. (2005). District nurses' involvement and attitudes to mental health problems: a three-area cross-sectional study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 14(8), pp. 976–985. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2005.01196.x.

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  53. Maginn, S., Boardman, A.P., Craig, T.K.J., Haddad, M., Heath, G. and Stott, J. (2004). The detection of psychological problems by General Practitioners - Influence of ethnicity and other demographic variables. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 39(6), pp. 464–471. doi:10.1007/s00127-004-0751-7.
  54. Haddad, M. (2002). The best of the 'old guard'. Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987), 16(34), p. 20.
  55. Simpson, A., Coffey, M., Hannigan, B., Barlow, S., Cohen, R., Jones, A., Faulkner, A., Thornton, A., Všetečková, J., Haddad, M. and Marlowe, K. Cross-national mixed methods comparative case study of recovery-focused mental health care planning and coordination in acute inpatient mental health settings (COCAPP-A). Health Services and Delivery Research .

Report

  1. Haddad, M., Buszewicz, M. and Murphy, B. (2011). Supporting people with depression and anxiety: a guide for practice nurses. London: Mind.

Education

Educational Leadership

Module lead: Postgraduate modules: APM004 - Understanding and Assessing Mental Health Problems APM023 - Liaison Mental Health Care

Educational Leadership

Module lead: Undergraduate modules: HS1012 - Relating Social Sciences to Healthy Communities

Additional Teaching Activity/Expertise

Postgraduate modules: CRM002 - Application of Research in Clinical Practice Settings PHM001 - Introduction to Public Health & Epidemiology Undergraduate modules: NM3909/NMM123 - Public Health and Society: Epidemiology and Statistics NM3209/NMM700 - Research Methods HSM101 - Engaging in Practice HSM201 - Simulating Practice

Other Activities

Editorial Activity

  1. Jan 2012 - ongoing. Editorial Board member: British Journal of Mental Health Nursing. Board membership of new journal (formerly British Journal of Wellbeing)..

Other (2)

  1. Member of NHS Health Education North Central & East London Psychiatry Speciality Advisory Group: Education and Training Board for Psychiatrists (Sept 2011- current)
  2. NICE Guideline Development Group (2008-9): Depression in Adults with a Chronic Physical Health Problem. CG91
    http://www.nice.org.uk/nicemedia/pdf/CG91FullGuideline.pdf

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