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I joined the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work as a Senior Lecturer in Social Policy in January 2012. My research and teaching focuses on migration, retirement migration, welfare reform, social housing, social exclusion, gender, ethnicity and research methods.
I am currently lead supervisor for the following doctoral students:
Sian Lucas ‘Communication across linguistic difference: the case of social work’
Michael Owens ‘The role of place narratives in spatial planning: a study of the fringe areas of the former Olympic Park in East London’
Ewa Duda-Mikulin ‘Citizenship, migration and gender: Polish migrant women in the UK and returnees in Poland’
Alex Hudson 'A qualitative longitudinal study of young people leaving public care and their experiences of Higher Education'.
Jawhar Muhanna '‘Comparing and Contrasting the Organisation, Structure and Functions of Charities in the KSA (Saudi Arabia) and the UK (United Kingdom)’.
Ibiangake Ndioho 'An Evaluation of the role of Health Impact Assessment (HIA) in Strengthening the Nigerian Health System’.
I am also writing a research monograph entitled 'Retiring to the Costas: British Women's Narratives on Nostalgia, Belonging and Community' to be published by the Policy Press
won first prize for best paper
I am Lead External Examiner for the undergraduate and postgraduate Housing programmes