Research Profile

Claire Dorrity

Biography

Claire is a lecturer in social policy at the School of Applied Social Studies, UCC. She holds a Bachelor in Social Science (UCC, 2001) and is a registered nurse (Ealing Health Authority, London 1988). She has practiced in both the area of nursing and social care prior to taking up her position as lecturer in social policy at UCC in 2006.  

Claire is also the Academic Director of the Diploma in Developmental and Global Human Rights Studies, UCC. 

She is a joint editor of Migration: Global Processes Caught in National Answers (Nova 2014) and co-editor of Social Professional Activity: The Search for a Minimum Common Denominator in Difference (Wiener Verlag 2009).

Claire is a research associate with the Institute of Social Science in the 21st Century, UCC (ISS21) and is a committee member of the Migration and Integration Research Cluster, (ISS21,UCC) 
https://www.ucc.ie/en/iss21/clusters/migration/
She is also a member of the steering committee of the ISS21 
Mental Health and Disability Research Cluster, UCC.  
She is a member of the University of Sanctuary Committee, UCC and is a Steering Committee Member at the Centre for Global Development, UCC.  She is also a member of the Local Working Group (UCC) for the HSE/HEI Standard Undergraduate Curriculum on Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Behavioural Change 

Teaching Interests:

Undergraduate
Claire's teaching on the undergraduate BSc Nursing programmes includes: social policy and healthcare; cultural awareness in professional practice; mental health, stigma, and discrimination; and contemporary social issues in midwifery practice.  Her teaching on the Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) includes race and ethnicity; multiculturalism: theory and practice; cultural diversity and social work; and cultural awareness and anti-discriminatory practice. 
Claire also teaches on the Diploma in Developmental and Global Human Rights Studies in Adult and Continuing Education (ACE), UCC.
 Her teaching includes refugees and human rights and critical multiculturalism.

Postgraduate

Claire's teaching on post graduate programmes includes the Higher Diploma in Midwifery Practice, the Postgraduate Diploma in Public Health and the Masters in Migration Studies.  Her teaching on the PG Diploma in Public Health includes: The provision and administration of public health services; service user involvement in the delivery of public health; marginalised communities and public health; state policy and community initiatives in public health reform.  Teaching on the Higher Diploma in Midwifery Practice includes critical perspectives on breast feeding discourse; home births discourse and contemporary debates in midwifery practice.  Teaching on the Master in Migration Studies includes border securitisation, critical multiculturalism, and the transnational governance of migration. 

Claire is also a member of the Critical Social Thinking Research Committee in the School of Applied Studies and is a member of a number of national and international associations including International Sociological Association (RC19), Irish Council for Social Housing, Irish Refugee Council, Akidwa, and Nasc, the Irish Immigrant Support Centre. She is also a member of the Board of Directors at Cóbh Community Care.

Claire also coordinates a university wide module UW0011, Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Inequality, Social Justice, Diversity and Health.  This module has been jointly developed between the School of Applied Social Studies and the School of Nursing and Midwifery, UCC.  




 

Research Interests

Research Interests:Claire's research interests include the Social and Political Marginalisation of Asylum Seekers; the Exclusion of Ethic Minorities; EU Securitisation and the Mediterranean Migrant Crisis; the Politics of Multiculturalism; and Migration and Social Policy.  Her research interests place a particular focus on exploring issues relating to borderlands and border formation, ethnocentric and hegemonic constructions of belonging; and the framing of migration policy within EU member states.                        
  

Research Grants

 ProjectFunding
Body
Start DateEnd DateAward
Crisis Mobility and New Forms of MigrationNational University of Ireland (NUI)03-SEP-1404-SEP-14€4,000.00
Academic Council of the United NationsUCC Strategic Research Fund12-JUL-1814-JUL-18€500.00
Mad Activism in AcademiaNational University of Ireland (NUI)€550.00
Promoting Intercultural Communication and Diversity in Teaching and Work PracticeNAIRTL10-APR-1410-APR-14€1,000.00
And So Europe Dehumanised ItselfNational University of Ireland (NUI)10-NOV-1512-NOV-15€500.00

Publications

Edited Books

 YearPublication
(2009)Social Professional Activity: The Lowest Common Denominator in Difference
Herrmann, P. and Dorrity, C (Ed.). (2009) Social Professional Activity: The Lowest Common Denominator in Difference New York: Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated.   [Details]
(2013)Migration: Global Processes Caught in National Answers
Mehmet Okyayuz/Peter Herrmann/Claire Dorrity (eds.) (Ed.). (2013) Migration: Global Processes Caught in National Answers Vienna: WVFS.   [Details]

Book Chapters

 YearPublication
(2013)'Racism and the State: The Binary of Us and Them in Asylum Policy'
Dorrity, C. and Herrmann, P. (2013) 'Racism and the State: The Binary of Us and Them in Asylum Policy' In: Migration: Global Processes Caught in National Answers. Vienna: Vienna: WVFS. [Details]
(2009)'CRITIC OF PURE INDIVIDUALISM'
Herrmann, P;Dorrity, C (2009) 'CRITIC OF PURE INDIVIDUALISM' In: SOCIAL PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY: THE SEARCH FOR A MINIMUM COMMON DENOMINATOR IN DIFFERENCE. HAUPPAUGE: NOVA SCIENCE PUBLISHERS, INC. [Details]
(2009)'Critic of Pure Individualism'
Herrmann, P. and Dorrity, C. (2009) 'Critic of Pure Individualism' In: Social Professional Activity:The Search for a Minimum Common Denominator in Difference. New York: Nova. [Details]

Conference Publications

 YearPublication
(2018)Academic Council on United Nations Systems
Dorrity, C (2018) Questioning the Governance of Asylum Policy in Ireland: Human Security and the Role of Migrant NGOs . In: Claire Dority eds. Academic Council on United Nations Systems ACUNS Scholarly Library, , pp.1-33   [Details]
(2017)17th Annual Nursing and Midwifery Research Conference
Horgan, A, Manning, F., Doody, R., Bradley, S., O’Donovan, M., Savage, E., O’Sullivan, H. Goodwin, J., Dorrity, C. (2017) Patient and Public Involvement in Research (PPI): Challenges and Opportunities 17th Annual Nursing and Midwifery Research Conference [Details]
(2007)International Sociological Association (RC19)
Dorrity, C. (2007) The Under-representation of Immigrants in Irish Social Policy Formation International Sociological Association (RC19) [Details]
(2010)Critical Social Thinking: Policy and Practice
Dorrity, C.and Maxwell, N. (2010) Non-tradidional Students and the Third Level Sector: Challenging the Dynamics of Power and Equality of Access Critical Social Thinking: Policy and Practice [Details]
(2010)Critical Social Thinking: Policy and Practice
Dorrity, C. (2010) The Third Sector and the University: Reviewing Needs and Opportunities Critical Social Thinking: Policy and Practice [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

 YearPublication
(2018)'To be treated as a human’: Using co-production to explore experts by experience involvement in mental health nursing education – The COMMUNE project'
Horgan, A., Manning, F., Bocking, J., Happell, B., Lahti, M., Doody,R., Griffin,M., Bradley, S., Russell,S., Bjornsson, E., O’Donovan, M., MacGabhann,L., Savage, E., Pulli,J., Goodwin,J., van der Vaart, K., O’Sullivan, H., Dorrity, C., Ellila, H., Allon, J., Hals, E., Sitvast, J., Granerud, A., & Biering, P. (2018) 'To be treated as a human’: Using co-production to explore experts by experience involvement in mental health nursing education – The COMMUNE project'. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, [DOI] [Details]
(2018)'To be treated as a human': Using co-production to explore experts by experience involvement in mental health nursing education - The COMMUNE project'
Horgan, A; Manning, F; Bocking, J; Happell, B;Lahti, M;Doody, R;Griffin, M;Bradley, SK;Russell, S;Bjornsson, E;O'Donovan, M;MacGabhann, L;Savage, E;Pulli, J;Goodwin, J;van der Vaart, KJ;O'Sullivan, H;Dorrity, C;Ellila, H;Allon, J;Hals, E;Sitvast, J;Granerud, A;Biering, P (2018) 'To be treated as a human': Using co-production to explore experts by experience involvement in mental health nursing education - The COMMUNE project'. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 27 :1282-1291 [DOI] [Details]
(2012)'Diversity and Expansion: Charting the Needs of a Community in Change'
Dorrity, Claire and Ó hAdhmaill, Féilim (2012) 'Diversity and Expansion: Charting the Needs of a Community in Change'. Working for Change: The Irish Journal of Community Work, a, (3):108-123   [DOI] [CORA Link] [Details]
(2010)'Access to third level education: challenges for equality of opportunity in post celtic tiger Ireland'
Dorrity, C. and Maxwell, N (2010) 'Access to third level education: challenges for equality of opportunity in post celtic tiger Ireland'. Irish Journal of Public Policy, 2 (1) [Details]

Other Journals

 YearPublication
(2010)'Third Level Sector: Challenging the Dynamics of Power and Equality of Access'
Dorrity, C. and Maxwell, C. (2010) 'Third Level Sector: Challenging the Dynamics of Power and Equality of Access' Critical Social Thinking: Policy and practice, 3 (1) . [Details]

Published Reports

 YearPublication
(2012)Diversity and Expansion: Charting the Needs of a Community in Change.
Dorrity, C., and Ó hAdhmaill, F. (2012) Diversity and Expansion: Charting the Needs of a Community in Change. Carrigtwohill Family Resource Centre, Cork. [Details]

Articles

 YearPublication
(2008)How Corruption Works.
Dorrity, C. (2008) How Corruption Works. University College Cork: Articles [Details]

Professional Activities

Honours and Awards

 YearTitleAwarding Body
2001Bachelor of Social Science University College Cork
1988State Registered Nurse II Ealing Health Authority

Professional Associations

 AssociationFunctionFrom / To
Cobh Community Care Vice Chair - Board of Management01-SEP-14 / 01-MAR-18

Conference Contributions

 YearPublication
(2018)Political Studies Association of Ireland - Annual Conference,
Claire Dorrity (2018) The Political Representation of Asylum Seekers: Questioning Practices of Participation and Deliberation. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Political Studies Association of Ireland - Annual Conference, Strand Hotel, Limerick, Ireland , 12-OCT-18 - 14-OCT-18. [Details]
(2018)ACUNS Academic Council on the United Nations Systems,
Claire Dorrity (2018) Questioning the Governance of Asylum Policy in. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], ACUNS Academic Council on the United Nations Systems, LUISS University, Rome, Italy , 12-JUL-18 - 14-JUL-18. [Details]
(2017)National Association of VTOS Co-Ordinators Conference and AGM,
Claire Dorrity and Matthew Cannon (2017) ‘Enhancing Culturally Competent Relationships in Professional Practice’. [Oral Presentation], National Association of VTOS Co-Ordinators Conference and AGM, Absolute Hotel, Limerick , 23-MAR-17 - 24-MAR-17. [Details]
(2017)Lifelong Learning Festival,
Claire Dorrity (2017) What is Development in the 21st Century? What do Global Human Rights Mean?. [Oral Presentation], Lifelong Learning Festival, Brookfield Health Sciences Complex, UCC , 03-APR-17 - 03-APR-17. [Details]
(2017)Looking Ahead: Brexit, Borders and Belongings,
Chair: Claire Dorrity (2017) Chair Session 1: Speakers - ‘And then came Brexit’: Experiences and plans of young EU migrants in the London Region Dr. Aija Lulle, Prof. Russell King and Dr. Laura Morosanu, University of Sussex Everyday bordering and the politics of Brexit belongings Dr. Georgie Wemyss, University of East London European youth migration intentions: implications for post-Brexit migration Dr. Calvin Jephcote, Prof. Allan Williams, Prof. Gang Li, Dr. Hania Janta, University of Surrey. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Looking Ahead: Brexit, Borders and Belongings, Western Gateway Building, UCC , 10-MAR-17 - 10-MAR-17. [Details]
(2016)A Weed is a Plant out of Place,
Dorrity, C. (2016) Opening Art Exhibition Symposium - Panel Discussant on the EU Migrant Crisis. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], A Weed is a Plant out of Place, Lismore Castle , 02-APR-16 - 02-APR-16. [Details]
(2016)Haven: Intervening for Human Security in the Mediterranean Crisis,
Claire Dorrity (2016) 'Disposable People': The Bordering of Asylum. [Invited Oral Presentation], Haven: Intervening for Human Security in the Mediterranean Crisis, NUIG , 29-OCT-16 - 29-OCT-16. [Details]
(2015)Europe's Shared Burden: Collective Responsibilities - Panel Discussant,
Dorrity. C. (2015) Panel Discussant. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], Europe's Shared Burden: Collective Responsibilities - Panel Discussant, Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin , 09-OCT-15 - 10-OCT-15. [Details]
(2015)The EU and the Southern Mediterranean - Panel 1: Disposable People’ - The Crisis in the Mediterranean,
Claire Dorrity (2015) The Bordering of Asylum: Problematic Representations. [Invited Lectures (Workshops)], The EU and the Southern Mediterranean - Panel 1: Disposable People’ - The Crisis in the Mediterranean, University College Cork , 03-JUL-15 - 04-JUL-15. [Details]
(2015)And So Europe Dehamanised Itself: Mediterranean Geographies in Action,
Claire Dorrity (2015) “EU Policies and the Migrant Crisis: Problematic Representations - The conference focused specifically on the migrant crisis in Europe, critically discussing the construction of border controls, securitisation and the negation of migrant rights. [Oral Presentation], And So Europe Dehamanised Itself: Mediterranean Geographies in Action, University of Palermo Sicily , 10-NOV-15 - 11-NOV-15. [Details]
(2015)EuroSoTL-Bridging Boundaries through the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning,
Angela Flynn, Claire Dorrity (2015) The 2015 European Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning was held at University College Cork on June 8th and 9th, 2015 and looked at the role of scholarship of teaching and learning in bridging boundaries in Higher Education. [Poster Presentation], EuroSoTL-Bridging Boundaries through the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning, UCC , 08-JUN-15 - 09-JUN-15. [Details]
(2014)“Promoting Intercultural Communication and Diversity in Teaching and Work Practice”,
Claire Dorrity UCC, Angela Flynn UCC, Leonie Kerins, Doras Luimni (2014) This Intercultural training day provided participants a participants to examine personal and professional values, attitudes and behavioural practices in relation to diversity, difference and equality. [Oral Presentation], “Promoting Intercultural Communication and Diversity in Teaching and Work Practice”, North Wing Council Room, UCC , 03-APR-14 - 03-APR-14. [Details]
(2014)Crisis, Mobility and New Forms of Migration,
Claire Dorrity (2014) Representation of Asylum Seekers in Ireland: Participation, Negotiation and Alienation. [Oral Presentation], Crisis, Mobility and New Forms of Migration, University College Cork , 02-SEP-14 - 04-SEP-14. [Details]
(2013)The Invisible Children Exhibition and Seminar,
Dorrity, C (2013) Representing the Voices of Asylum Seekers in Cork. [Conference Organising Committee Chairperson], The Invisible Children Exhibition and Seminar, Western Gateway Building, UCC , 10-DEC-13 - 10-DEC-13. [Details]
(2013)In Detail: Arts and Cultural Events,
Dorrity, C (2013) In Detail: Exploring Identity Formation in Art and Social Policy. [Oral Presentation], In Detail: Arts and Cultural Events, Lewis Glucksman Gallery , 25-SEP-13 - 25-SEP-13. [Details]
(2011)Irish Social Policy Association Postgraduate Conference,
Dorrity, C. (2011) Justice and Security: Charting the Experiences of Asylum Seekers in Ireland. [Oral Presentation], Irish Social Policy Association Postgraduate Conference, Dublin Institute of Technology; Dublin, Ireland , 13-OCT-11 - 13-OCT-11. [Details]
(2011)Lost Lives: Challenging Irish Asylum Systems,
Dorrity, C. (2011) Representation and Bureacratisation: The Impact of Direct Provision. [Oral Presentation], Lost Lives: Challenging Irish Asylum Systems, Mellennium Hall, Cork, Ireland , 18-NOV-11 - 18-NOV-11. [Details]
(2011)New Poverties Social Justice and Human Rights: Towards a Collaborative Research Agenda,
Dorrity, C. (2011) Asylum Seekers Living in the Direct Provision. [Oral Presentation], New Poverties Social Justice and Human Rights: Towards a Collaborative Research Agenda, University College Cork, Cork Ireland , 30-SEP-11 - 30-SEP-11. [Details]
(2011)Critical Social Thinking Conference II,
Dorrity, C. (2011) 'Cohesion or Cohersion': Integration and the Politics of Belonging. [Oral Presentation], Critical Social Thinking Conference II, University College Cork , 28-FEB-11 - 28-FEB-11. [Details]
(2010)Critical Social Thinking Conference 2010,
Dorrity, C. and Maxwell, N. (2010) Non-traditional Students and the Third level Sector. [Oral Presentation], Critical Social Thinking Conference 2010, university College Cork , 25-FEB-10 - 25-FEB-10. [Details]
(2009)From Boom to Bust: Irish Social Policy in Challenging Times,
Dorrity, C. and Maxwell, N. (2009) Access to Third Levle Education: Challenges for Equality of Opportunity in Post Celtic Tiger Ireland. [Oral Presentation], From Boom to Bust: Irish Social Policy in Challenging Times, University College Cork , 25-SEP-09 - 25-SEP-09. [Details]
(2009)From Boom to Bust: Irish Social Policy in Challenging Times,
Dorrity, C. (2009) The Third Sector and the University: Reviewing Needs and Opportunities. [Oral Presentation], From Boom to Bust: Irish Social Policy in Challenging Times, University College Cork , 25-SEP-09 - 25-SEP-09. [Details]
(2008)Sociological Association of Ireland Annual Conference,
Dorrity, C. (2008) Capaccity Building:Representing Ireland's Ethnic Minorities in Political Processes. [Invited Oral Presentation], Sociological Association of Ireland Annual Conference, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway Ireland , 24-MAY-08 - 25-MAY-08. [Details]
(2007)International Sociological Association (RC19) Mentoring Programme,
Dorrity, C. (2007) The Under-representation of Immigrants in Irish Social Policy Formation. [Invited Oral Presentation], International Sociological Association (RC19) Mentoring Programme, University of Florence , 10-SEP-07 - 14-SEP-07. [Details]

Employment

 EmployerPositionFrom / To
University College Cork Lecturer in Social Policy31-OCT-12 /
University College Cork Lecturer and Coordination of the Evening BA in Social Policy01-SEP-06 / 30-JUN-08
Centre for Adult and Continuing Education - University College Cork Lecturer01-JAN-08 / 31-OCT-13
Connections Project - University College CorkP Researcher01-APR-09 / 31-JAN-10
University College Cork Lecturer and Coordinator of Bachelor of Social Science Year 101-MAR-06 / 31-DEC-06
University College Cork Lecturer and Coordinator MA in Social Policy02-APR-07 / 31-JAN-08
University College Cork Lecturer and Nursing Studies Coordinator01-NOV-13 / 01-NOV-17
HSE South Child Care Worker01-JUN-00 / 31-AUG-10
University College Cork Coordinator of the Diploma in Social and Psychological Health Studies01-SEP-09 / 31-OCT-12
Cuskinny Court retirement Home Staff Nurse01-SEP-91 / 31-MAR-98
Eastern Suburbs Nursing, Sydney, Australia Staff Nurse01-JUN-88 / 01-SEP-88
Reed Nursing Agency, London Nurse01-SEP-89 / 31-MAR-90
Abode Hostel and day care Centre, Mahon, Cork Nurse01-FEB-89 / 31-AUG-89

Committees

 CommitteeFunctionFrom / To
University of Sanctuary Committee, UCC Committee Member2017 /
National Undergraduate Curriculum Development, UCC Team Committee Member2016 /
Board of Directors, Cobh Community Care Vice Chair and Board of Directors2014 /
Critical Social Thinking Committee, School of Applied Social Studies, UCC Committee Member2011 / 2012
Science Shop Committee, University College Cork, Cork Committee Member2009 / 2010
Nasc Education Committee, Nasc, Cork City Committee member2008 / 2010
Amnesty International Ongoing Membership of Amnesty International1999 / 2012

Education

 YearInstitutionQualificationSubject
1988Ealing Health Authority REGISTERED GENERAL NURSENursing Studies (SRN Level 2)
2001UCC BSOCSC - UCCSocial Science

Consultancy

 ClientDescription
European Monitoring centre on Racism and Xenophobia (EUMC)
Evaluation of Data Collected for Raxen Report I and II for the European Union Monitoring Centre for Racism and Xenophobia (EUMC)

Outreach Activities

 Description

Claire along with a number of academics, students and local volunteers are involved in the organisation of fun activities and festive parties for asylum seeking children living in direct provision centres around cork. They also work in collaboration with the Glucksman Gallery to facilitate art classes on Saturdays during term time for the children.

Other Activities

 Description

Background to PhD Study:
The research looks at the political representation of asylum seekers in Ireland.  It's theoretical component draws on approaches to deliberative democracy and inclusion and is informed by a reflection on how deliberative democratic participation can promote inclusion.  The empirical component of the research is focused on the way asylum seekers are represented both within state and non-state bodies. It explores how migrant NGO's facilitate negotiation, consultation, and participation through contact with their members and how this in turn translates into the policy arena.  
 

Teaching Activities

Teaching Interests

Teaching Interests:

The Marginalisation of Asylum Seekers; Anti- Racism and Multiculturalism; The Social and Cultural Exclusion of Ethnic Minorities; Cultural Competence in Professional Practice;  Health Inequalities; Educational Inequality; Models of Community Work; Social Policy and Midwifery Practice; The Personal Social Services / Community Services; Introductory Social Policy. 


Current Taught Modules:

SS1851 Social Policy I (Diploma in Social Studies)

SS2815 Social Policy II (Diploma in Social Studies)

AD1886 Human Rights based Approaches to Development (Diploma in Human Development)

SS2811 Models of Community Work (Diploma in Community Development)SS1008 Social Inclusion and health Policy

SS1008 Social Inclusion and Health Policy 

SS2028 Social Justice and Mental Health: Combating Discrimination, Labelling and Stigma

SS2214 Social Work Practice Context

SS3044 Contemporary Social Issues in Midwifery Practice 

SS5806 Social Policy and Midwifery Practice

SS6000 Public Health Social Services and Community

SS6016 Health and Personal Social Services

NU1058 Promoting Health Supporting Inclusion – The Potential Contribution of Nurses to the care and Support of People with Disabilities

NU3078 Health Promotion and Primary Healthcare in a General Health Context 

GG6403 Case Studies and Current Issues in Migration and Diaspora Studies 

UW0011 Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Social Justice, Equality, Diversity and Health

In developing her teaching interests Claire has recently become involved in a collaborative project between the School of Applied Social Studies, The School of Nursing and Midwifery and Doras Luimni (Limrick based migrant organisation).  This project aims to enhance the teaching and learning skills of students, lecturers and practitioners through enhancing cultural competence in professional practice.  This is part of the UCC Support for Teaching and Learning Seminar Series and The National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning Seminar Series.   The title of this initiative is “Promoting Intercultural Communication and Diversity in Teaching and Work Practice” and has received funding from the National Centre for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning to undertake a one day seminar open to students and staff across the university.  Seminars aim to provide practitioners  with a clearer understanding of intercultural issues which arise in the practice of teaching and learning, while also providing a forum for shared learning from the perspective of educator and student into the experience of cross-cultural learning and skill aquisition.  The initiative is on going and aims to embed intercultural practices within the university while also helping participants to examine personal and professional values, attitudes and behavioural practices in relation to diversity, difference and equality.   The overall aim is to encourage a reflection on what types of behaviour or practices undermine equality and dignity at work and look at how these situations might change through individual and collective action within institutions.              
 

Claire has also been directly involved in a joint initiative between the School of Applied Social Studies and the School of Nursing and Midwifery in developing a university wide 5 credit module UW0011 Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Social Justice, Equality, Diversity and Health which will be delivered in 2016/2017 to students and staff across the university.

Modules Taught

 Term (ID))TitleLinkSubject
2020Social Justice and Mental Health: Combating Discrimination, Labelling and Stigma SS2028Social Justice and Mental Health: Combating Discrimination, Labelling and Stigma
2020Public Health, Social Services and Community SS6000Public Health, Social Services and Community
2020Social Inclusion and Health Policy SS1008Social Inclusion and Health Policy
2020Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Social Justice, Equality, Diversity and Health UW0011Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Social Justice, Equality, Diversity and Health
2020Contemporary Social Issues in Midwifery Practice SS3044Contemporary Social Issues in Midwifery Practice
2020Social Policy and Midwifery Practice SS5806Social Policy and Midwifery Practice

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