Iain Wilson PhD SFHEA

Senior Lecturer in Psychology (Other psychology not elsewhere classified; Higher education)

Nottingham, UK

Dr Iain Wilson specialises in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning within Psychology, with particular interests in employability learning and written assessments. Iain is currently working on a sabbatical, in the 2022-23 academic year, which is evaluating a new model for assessing reflective writing; the Synthesised Model of Reflection, as well as developing resources to support the teaching, learning and assessment of reflection. His other areas of activity include leading on the Scholarship Innovation Forum (SIF) for Reflective Practice and Writing in the School of Social Sciences, as well as leading support for fellowship applications to the Higher Education Academy (HEA) in NTU Psychology. Iain has previous experience as Course Leader for the MSc/PGDip Psychology Conversion Course (BPS accredited) and contributes to specialist teaching on employability-focused modules as well as Occupational Psychology modules.


  • Injuries, ill-health and fatalities in white water rafting and white water paddling.
  • The role of working hours, work environment and physical leisure activity on the need for recovery following a day's work among UK white-water raft guides: A within-subjects multilevel approach
  • The social cure of social prescribing: a mixed-methods study on the benefits of social connectedness on quality and effectiveness of care provision
  • A social cure in the community: A mixed‐method exploration of the role of social identity in the experiences and well‐being of community volunteers
  • Community identification, social support, and loneliness: The benefits of social identification for personal well‐being

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