Dr Nadine Seward

Lecturer in Global Implementation Science

Nadine Seward is a Lecturer in Global Implementation, based within the Centre for Implementation Science. Nadine holds a BSC (Hons Life Science) from Queen’s University in Canada, an MSC (Epidemiology) from LSHTM and a PhD (Epidemiology) from UCL.

Nadine also works on multiple implementation research programmes in Global Mental Health including SPARK (a programme led by Dr Rosa Hoekstra to improve lives with african children with developmental disorders)), INSPIRE (a UKRI future leaders fellow ship held by Dr. Tatiana Taylor Salisbury to develop approaches to improve the mental health of teenage girls in Mozambique and Kenya during pregnancy and the year after birth), and PROACTIVE (a cluster randomised trial lead by Prof Ricardo Araya to improve late life depression in socioeconomically deprived areas of Brazil).

Nadine is also interested in developing implementation science methodologies as well as applying and adapting causal inference techniques to evaluate how and why implementation programmes are effective (or not) in low- and- middle- income countries.

Nadine is the organiser of the dissertation module for the MSc in Implementation and Improvement Science, as well as the module "From Theory to Practice" that is part of the MSC in Global Mental Health. Nadine is also involved in teaching on different courses for the MSC in Global Mental Health.