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Janet Bardsley's OpenLearn Profile

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Janet Bardsley

Janet Bardsley

About me

I am interested in social work and services to people with learning disabilities. I am doing some research alongside  people with learning disabilities where we are exploring how to help students understand the service users point of veiw.

Janet Bardsley's research

Jennifer Evyonne Simpson et al. (2017) Taking advantage of dissonance: a CPD framework, In Journal of Children's Services 1(12)

Jan Walmsley et al. (2017) The changing face of parent advocacy: a long view, In Disability and Society 9(32)

Amanda Harrington-Vail et al. (2016-11-01) Addressing the needs of the children’s integrated workforce: A method for developing collaborative practice through joint learning, In Journal of Playwork Practice 2(3)

Jennifer Evyonne Simpson et al. (2016-07-31) Taking advantage of dissonance: the development of a CPD model for a children’s integrated service, In European Business and Management Conference

Jennifer Evyonne Simpson et al. (2016-04) Developing a CPD Framework in a time of organisational cultural conflict, In Organisational Studies and Innovation Review 2(2)

Jennifer Evyonne Simpson et al. (2016-04-15) Developing a CPD Framework in a time of organizational cultural conflict, In MBAcademy International Business Conference

Jennifer Evyonne Simpson et al. (2015-11) Developing a model of CPD for a children’s integrated workforce, In National Children and Adult Services Conference

Jennifer Evyonne Simpson et al. (2015-07-17) Gathering perspectives on CPD, In JSWEC 2015

Silvana Mengoni, Janet Bardsley and John M. Oates (2015) An evaluation of key working for families of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities, In British Journal of Special Education 4(42)

Silvana E. Mengoni, John M. Oates and Janet Bardsley (2014) Developing Key Working, Council for Disabled Children

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