Miss Madeleine Tremblett

Miss Madeleine Tremblett

Teaching and Research Associate

School of Psychology (Faculty of Health)


Teaching and research associate


PhD Psychology - How do multidisciplinary teams function in mental health systems - Plymouth University- 2015-2020

MSc Psychological Research Methods - Distinction - University of Exeter - 2014-2015

BSc Psychology - First Class - University of Exeter - 2011-2014

Professional membership

Graduate member of the BPS

Teaching interests

I teach Stage One BSc Psychology methods and statistics workshops

Research interests

Qualitative research, Clinical psychology, Team work, Conversation Analysis

Smart CA, Dickenson J, Tremblett M, Mahlanga S & Aikman L 2018 'Healthcare meetings where the service user is absent: The ethical and values based implications for research' Interprofessional Care and Mental Health: A Discursive Exploration of Team Meeting Practices Palgrave MacMillan
Conference Papers
Tremblett M & Smart CA 2016 'Achieving patient-centred care in multidisciplinary teams: Examining interactions when raising a concern about a patient' British Psychological Society Annual Conference Nottingham 26/04/2016 28/04/2016 PEARL

Additional information

My standard office hours are 9:30 to 10:30 on a Friday