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Christina Dodds

Graduate Tutor

Department: Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing

Campus Address

Room G214
Coach Lane Campus East
Northumbria University
NE7 7XA

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  • Simulation: social work education in a third place, Meredith, C., Heslop, P., Dodds, C. 29 Oct 2021, In: Social Work Education
  • Development of the ‘Museum Health and Social Care Service’ to promote the use of arts and cultural activities by health and social care professionals caring for older people, Thompson, J., Brown, Z., Baker, K., Naisby, J., Mitchell, S., Dodds, C., Storey, P., Tiplady, S., Collins, T. 2 Aug 2020, In: Educational Gerontology
  • Hidden Veterans: A Review of the Literature on Women Veterans in Contemporary Society, Dodds, C., Kiernan, M. 1 Oct 2019, In: Illness Crisis and Loss
  • Integrating simulation into the social work curriculum, Heslop, P., Dodds, C., Meredith, C. Nov 2018, In: BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning
  • Using simulation-based education to help social work students prepare for practice, Dodds, C., Heslop, P., Meredith, C. 4 Jul 2018, In: Social Work Education

  • Social Work BA (Hons) July 20 2015
  • Social Worker Health & Care Professional Council (HCPC) 2015


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