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Glasgow Caledonian University Social Work, Social Policy & Administration PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 4 Glasgow Caledonian University Social Work, Social Policy & Administration PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  An exploration of professionals’ decision making in the protection of vulnerable adults
  Dr M Kettle, Dr S Grant
Applications accepted all year round

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Project reference number. SHLS019024. The recent Care Inspectorate thematic inspection of Adult Support and Protection in Scotland highlights a number of key issues.
  Exploring the relationship between social work and the UK Government’s Prevent Strategy
  Prof S Webb, Dr S Jackson, Dr N Farmer
Applications accepted all year round

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Project reference number. SHLS19021. The Prevent policy is a strand of the Governments Countering Violent Extremism (C.V.E) policy CONTEST.
  The experiences of families of African descent within the statutory child protection intervention in Scotland.
  Dr I Jackson, Dr S Jackson, Dr N Farmer
Applications accepted all year round

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Project reference number. SHLS019022. There is a paucity of research that has sought to explore the experiences of families of African descent within the statutory child protection context in Scotland.
  Understanding the therapeutic relationship between residential care staff and young people with substance use problems.
  Prof L Elliott, Prof S Dawe
Applications accepted all year round

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Project reference number. SHLS19008. A number of studies highlight a significant relationship between ‘Adverse Childhood Experiences’ (A.C.E), and the development of problematic substance use.
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