Tag Archives: Conference (presented)

Psychotherapy & Counselling Conference

06/06/17 – @ University of Leeds, Baines Wing, School of Healthcare Convened by Dr Gillian Proctor. I gave a paper entitled When the Researcher is a Wounded Storyteller: exploring emotional labour & personal impact in research.

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Bradford Inaugural Learning, Teaching & Research Conference

09/06/16 – Conference Attended & Presentation. This was the first conference of its kind that Bradford has run with research providing the backbone of all that was running on the day. The keynote speaker – Dilly Fung – was thought-provoking … Continue reading

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Yorkshire & North East ALDinHE Regional Event

Show & Tell session about the Writing Room at Bradford This was supposed to be a 10 minute brief session that explained what we did and the space we did it in, in terms of writing with students. I had … Continue reading

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Mental Health Awareness for Nursing Professionals

05/10/15 – Conference Sharing stories: men’s experiences of disordered eating Clare Culshaw University of Huddersfield

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Faculty of Social Sciences Showcase

05/08/2015 – Conference Men Under Fire: Male Eating Disorders (Poster) Faculty of Social Sciences Pemberton Building Russell-Delderfield-Male-Eating-Disorders

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Men Get Eating Disorders Too Conference 2015

10/07/2015 – Conference Men under fire Male disordered eating and challenged masculinity (Keynote) MGEDT Brighton Brighthelm Centre

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Annual Learning, Teaching and Assessment Conference: Design for Learning

09/07/2014 – Conference Digital And Information Literacies Are Part Of What Make Students Savvy And Employable In The 21st Century (Poster). University of Bradford Centre for Educational Development Student Central

Posted in A4 Develop effective learning environments and approaches to student support and guidance*, A5 Engage in continuing professional development in subjects/disciplines and their pedagogy, incorporating research, scholarship and the evaluation of professional practices, K1 The subject material, K2 Appropriate methods for teaching, learning and assessing in the subject area and at the level of the academic programme, V1 Respect individual learners and diverse learning communities, V3 Use evidence-informed approaches and the outcomes from research, scholarship and continuing professional development | Tagged , | Leave a comment