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Prior to working in higher education I have worked in further education (1998 - 2001) and youth work (1994 - 1997 & 2001 - 2007).  Both in inner city areas, promoting personal and social development, mostly through outdoor education.

I started work at Winchester in 2007, initally as an associate lecturer, running a foundation degree in community development, but then moving on to teaching across social care and disability topics.  I developed the current Health, Community and Social care Studies programme in 2010, which I programme led till 2015.  I became Head of Department of Interprofessional Studies in 2016.


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