History Stirling. Trained as a Social Anthropologist PhD Manchester, , I have worked on a range of interdisciplinary projects that span my interests in organisational anthropology, contemporary museum practice and theory, cultural heritage, and ethnographic methodologies including the sensory, visual, and creative knowledge-exchange. My main research interest in the field of cultural heritage is the theory and practice of contemporary museums, which I often approach through the lens of organisational ethnography. I am especially interested in changing ideas of what museums are or what they could be in the future , and how these ideas are experienced and articulated through the everyday practice of professionals working in these institutions. Grounded in twelve-months on-site ethnographic fieldwork - following the work of curators, conservators, managers, designers, cleaners, and volunteer tour-guides, amongst others - I argued for an expanded understanding of who and what implements, sustains, and ultimately shapes the dynamics of museological change e. I examined the everyday future-keeping practices of householders and smaller museums faced with material and digital abundance and the complex yet subtle values, emotions, and judgements that shape selections. I explored a range of sub-topics, including contemporary collecting, significance assessment, future-making and disposal in museums e. A co-authored book is forthcoming
Jennie Ormerod - Senior Clinical Psychologist
She has represented lenders, arrangers, investors, administrator servicers and real estate debt funds in connection with the origination, syndication, securitisation, restructuring and enforcement of real estate debt and commercial loans throughout Europe. Dorsaint has particular experience advising clients on cross border financing and restructuring transactions. Admitted to practice in the province of Quebec Canada since and also as a solicitor in England and Wales. Dorsaint received an LL. Highly Commended for Innovation in Securitisation: Adapted a mortgage-backed security structure for property bridging loans, providing liquidity to the growing short-term finance market.
The service involves providing individual psychology sessions to staff to provide them with a space to reflect on the impact of their work and to build resilience. The service was put in place in recognition of the stress and demands that can be part of working in ICU and to ensure staff feel supported to manage this environment. I developed an interest in trauma and so alongside this role I worked as part of a specialist trauma service with clients who had been through multiple traumatic incidents and developed post-traumatic stress disorder. In I became the clinical lead for the trauma service and managed a small team of clinicians. We specialised in working with people who had been in the military and I became very interested in this area. In I had the opportunity to develop a wider mental health service for military veterans across Yorkshire and the Humber.
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