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Dr Ruth Hamilton

Senior Lecturer

Department: Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing

Campus Address

Room H202
Coach Lane Campus East

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • ‘Becoming’ and ‘being’ a student: understanding the educational journey of social work students on work-based learning degrees in universities, Hamilton, R. 29 Dec 2021, In: Social Work Education
  • ‘I think it’s made me a different social worker now’: postgraduate social work students’ experiences of undertaking independent research and applying the learning in their first year of practice, Vincent, S., Hamilton, R. 18 Aug 2021, In: Social Work Education
  • Teaching Partnership Four Years on: Lessons Learned about Relationships between Universities and Practice Partners?, Hamilton, R., Vincent, S., Cooper, S., Downey, S., Horseman, T., Stoneley, L. 22 Nov 2021, In: Practice: Social Work in Action
  • Work-based learning in social work education: the challenges and opportunities for the identities of work-based learners on university-based programs, Hamilton, R. 18 Aug 2019, In: Social Work Education


  • PhD July 20 2017
  • Social Research MSc June 30 1997
  • BA June 11 1993
  • Certificate of Qualification in Social Work CQSW 1985
  • Senior Fellowship of Higher Education Academy SFHEA 2021

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