James Irving | Sheffield Hallam University

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Dr Jamie Irving BA (Hons), MRes, PhD

Senior Lecturer in Criminology


Jamie is a senior lecturer in the Department of Law and Criminology at Sheffield Hallam University. My Doctoral thesis is entitled, How does AA’s 12 Steps and membership of the Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous work for addressing drinking problems? Published work includes, researcher and co-author of the UK Life in Recovery Survey 2015, and an evaluation of Right Turn Veterans project (Addaction: Forces in Mind Trust). James co-authored of 'A Social Capital Approach to Assisting Veterans Through Recovery and Desistance Transitions in Civilian Life' 2015. Currently Jamie and SHU colleagues are engaged in evaluating the Intuitive Recovery programme for long-term opiate users. Currently managing a European Research Area Network on Illicit Drugs (ERANID) study, Recovery Pathways (REC-PATH).

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