Nick Glozier is a consultant psychiatrist specialising in epidemiology, clinical trials and health services research. He has a research interests in public mental health and sleep, particularly wellbeing, the workplace, stress, disability and discrimination in our changing psychosocial and technological environments. Clinically he is consultant in the Local Health District Community Team and runs a clinical trials unit focussing on chronic mood and sleep conditions
In eleven years since arriving in Australia he has been awarded over $24 million in nationally competitive grants as a Chief Investigator, including 2 current NHMRC Centres for Research Excellences and a $3 million program on [email protected]
funded by beyondblue and movember.
In the late 1990’s Prof Glozier worked at the World Health Organisation and is an author of the WHO’s Disability Classification system, the ICF, sister to the ICD-10 diagnostic system and was part of the development team for the WHO Disablement Assessment Schedule (WHODAS –II). He has a number of projects in developing settings
He has strong links with industry and government undertaking polcy relevant end user driven research. He is a consultant to Government organisations, Mental Health commissions, and NGOs such as RUOK?, and industry.
He is a member of Healthy Sydney University and the multi-disciplinary Public Mental health and Wellbeing Research Network