Poppy Ellis Logan graduated with a BA in Education from the University of Cambridge in 2015, and completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education at Middlesex University in 2020. Previously employed as a lecturer and as a research assistant at Middlesex University, she is currently completing an MSc in Mental Health Studies at Kings College London. She is particularly interested in inclusive practice in Higher Education, mental health policy, and adult ADHD. She works for the NHS in the Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Adult ADHD Service, where has co-developed a novel psychoeducation therapy course with colleagues James Kustow and Shannon Cutting. She is the founder of Attention UK (www.attentionuk.org) and is on advisory boards for the United Kingdom Adult ADHD Network (UKAAN), the Neurodiversity In/And Creative Research Network, and Mental Health Europe, amongst others.
In her debut blog, Poppy Ellis Logan summarises a longitudinal study which finds rates of ADHD prescription increased in Ireland between 2005 and 2015.[read the full story...]