Qualifications: Master of Nursing in Clinical Practice (Maj. Mental Health); Master of Forensic Mental Health
Bio: Lee Knight trained in the UK at the University of Nottingham as a registered nurse in mental health. After working in the field of acute psychiatric admissions he immigrated to Australia in 2000.
Lee has extensive experience in acute inpatient mental health, community case management, acute care, consultation liaison psychiatry and forensic psychiatry.
In 2006 Lee joined Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network as a clinical nurse consultant in forensic psychiatry. Lee has worked for the Court Liaison Service offering comprehensive assessments on mentally ill offenders producing hundreds of comprehensive psychiatric reports and facilitating referrals both in custody and in community mental health facilities.
Lee’s qualifications include a Master of Nursing in Clinical Practice (Majoring in Mental Health) (UTS) and a Master of Forensic Mental Health, UNSW Australia.
Lee is currently employed as the Clinical Coordinator of a randomised control trial looking at reducing acts of impulsive violence in male offenders using a SSRI. Lee is also a conjoint lecturer and online tutor for the Master of Forensic Mental Health Program. Lee has a small private practice assessing patients for the purpose of providing reports to the Local and District Courts.