Learning disability research
The research portfolio at the Centre for Learning Disability Studies (tCLDS) is run by academic staff with extensive experience within the areas of,Ethics and research in learning disabilities, human rights, health inequalities, user involvement, challenging behaviour advocacy, workforce issues, disability
We are involved in a number of research projects, and supervise higher degrees, through by traditional research and alternative routes such as publication.
Under the leadership of Paul Maloret the Centre benefits from the support of a number of Honorary Fellows.
|Dr Carol Bailey||Hampshire|
|Dr Noelle Blackman||London|
|Dr Stellios Ioannides||Hertfordshire|
|Dr Yogesh Thakker||London|
|Dr Mary Waight||Berkshire|
We are more than pleased to meet and discuss your ambitions in this area, and are able to offer excellent support and supervision to students wishing to undertake, MPhil, PhD's and post-doctoral work.
Contact the research department if you would like to meet and discuss your ambitions in this area.
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