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Hanley, Joe and Kerr, C (2023). Same game, same players, different fields: Social work education in crisis. In: Ellis, V ed. Teacher Education in Crisis: The state, the market and universities in England. London: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 75–98.

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Ferguson, Gillian (2023). "When David Bowie created Ziggy Stardust" Reconceptualising workplace learning for social workers. The Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning: Papers from the International Conference on Practice Teaching and Field Education in Health and Social Work, 20(1) pp. 67–87.

McCormick, Michael (2016). [Book Review] Malcolm Golightley, Social work and mental health. Journal of Social Work, 16(1) pp. 124–125.

Rogers, Justin and Ali, Mariya (2023). The seeds of reform; the evolution of the alternative care system in the Maldives. Institutionalised Children Explorations and Beyond (Early access).

Rogers, Justin; Whitelaw, Robert; Karunan, Victor and Ketnim, Pryn (2021). Children’s experiences of alternative care in mainland Southeast Asia – A scoping review of literature. Children and Youth Services Review, 120

Simpson, J. E.; Haider, S. and Giddings, L. (2023). Development of a virtual reality simulation for practitioners. Social Work Education; The International Journal [Early Access].

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Giddings, Lindsay (2023). Making writing a visible dimension of professional social work practice. In: The BASW UK Annual Conference 2023, 13 Jun 2023, Aston University, Birmingham.

Giddings, Lindsay (2023). Writing your life: Developing social workers’ writing skills. In: The Social Work Show, 2 Oct 2023, Manchester, UK.

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Ferguson, Gillian (2022). The importance of workplace learning for social workers. Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services, Glasgow, Scotland.

Hanley, J; Bald, C; Kerr, C; Sen, R and Webb, C (2021). The Interdependence of Independence: A Network Map of Children’s Services. Network Ethnography.

Reynolds, M. (2021). Racism and Racial Discrimination from a Systems Thinking Perspective. Submission as part of Advisory Group of Experts: Joint Investigation Unit (JIU) Review “Measures and Mechanisms for Preventing and Addressing Racism and Racial Discrimination in the Institutions of the United Nations System”. United Nations.

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