Dr Mhairi Bowe is a Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology and Mental Health in the Department of Psychology at Nottingham Trent University. Mhairi is a Chartered Member of the British Psychological Society, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a teacher of Psychology, and an active researcher. Mhairi lectures and supervises in social psychology, community psychology, mental health, and clinical practice at postgraduate and undergraduate levels. Mhairi is currently Chair Elect of the BPS Social Psychology Section.
Mhairi's teaching is both traditional and community-led and her research focusses on exploring the relationships between social groups, identity, and health and well-being in communities and groups going through transition and challenge. Mhairi is a member of the Groups, Identities, and Health Research Group and the NTU Social Identity Research Laboratory.