Karina trained as a mental health nurse, completed a course in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and then worked in various clinical NHS positions. She completed a BA, MSc and PhD part time and in 1998 moved from London to Manchester and commenced work at the University of Manchester as a lecturer. She is past president of the BABCP, fellow of EANs and a patron of the National Phobic Society. Karina is currently Director of Research and Professor of Mental Health at the University of Manchester School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work.
Karina Lovell appraises the first UK RCT of computerised cognitive behavioural therapy (cCBT) for depression in children and young people, which shows a clinically meaningful improvement in depression and anxiety.[read the full story...]