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Allied Health, Midwifery and Social Care
Job Title: Senior Lecturer
Christine is a registered social worker with a background in social work with children, young people and families. She began her career in residential social work then moved to front line social work and later a family centre, before taking up a post at Kingston & St George's.
She is currently the programme coordinator for the postgraduate consolidation module in three pathways: Children and Young People, Adults, and Mental Health (including NQSW/AYSE Pathways) as well as the coordinator for all service user and carer involvement in education across the School of Social Work.
Christine has a particular interest in the involvement of service users and carers in the teaching and assessment of social workers and in skills development for readiness to practice. She has presented on the subject at a number of conferences including the Joint Social Work Education Conference and All Together Better Health.
The involvement of service users and carers in social work education and training.
Involving experts by experience in assessing students' readiness to practise: the value of experiential learning in student reflection and preparation for practice.
Social Work Education, 30(3),
ISSN (print) 0261-5479
Working with the experiences of service users and carers.
In: Davies, Keith and Jones, Ray, (eds.)
Skills for social work practice.
London, U.K. : Palgrave.