Herbert Mwebe is a senior teaching fellow and a senior lecturer in mental health in the School of Health and Education at Middlesex University. Within the Department of Mental Health, Herbert delivers physical health training for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. He is the continuous professional development (CPD) programme lead in the Department of Mental Health, and his teaching and research interests focus on improving physical health in serious mental illness (SMI) as well as psychopharmacological interventions in mental health settings. Prior to entering academia, Herbert worked in inpatient, community and primary care settings, in General Practice. He led on a mental health project (PMS+ Mental Health Project) in City and Hackney commissioned by NHS England with a key function to provide timely management and treatment of people presenting with mental illness in primary care. Herbert is also a specialist clinical advisor to the Care Quality commission (CQC), a role in which he supports the CQC with community and hospital inspections for mental health and social care providers. He is also an editorial board member for the British Journal of Mental Health Nursing.