Dissertations onbarriers to inclusive education

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Julie’s research and evaluation work has focused on aspects of implementation of health and community care policy, participation and involvement, and has been particularly concerned with exploring the difference between rhetoric and experience, including both qualitative and quantitative studies:

  • Examining the support of forensic (secure) services to carers/relatives in Scotland
  • Examining aspects of normalisation and social inclusion outcomes of community care services . the impact of supported employment on quality of life; experience of social inclusion and recovery approaches in mental health and learning disability services.
  • Health-related projects including studies of young people’s perceptions of mental health and illness; men’s and young people’s perceptions of primary care services.
  • Policy and service evaluations in health, education, drug and alcohol services, learning disabilities, mental health, children and young people, and, service user and public participation.
  • Needs assessments . for learning disability services, housing and support needs regarding chronic alcohol problems and/or alcohol related brain damage, health of young people in care and in foster care.
  • Policy research including studies of self directed support (SDS) in Scotland; early experience of the implementation of the Mental Health Act (Care & Treatment) Scotland, 2003; the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000; provision of free personal care in Scotland; and the feasibility of Direct Payments to people with mental health problems.
  • Writing best practice guidance for commissioners of services supporting people with learning disabilities and/or ASD in real jobs for Jobcentre Plus.
  • Literature reviews focusing on barriers and facilitators to SDS; user and public involvement in health services; best practice in supported employment; multiple and complex needs; and Clubhouses.
  • Homelessness . review of the future of hostels for homeless people in Scotland; investigating hospital discharge arrangements for homeless people.
Most recently Julie was project lead alongside Dr Helen Spandler, on a study for the Scottish Government evaluating the self-directed support test sites in Scotland including a follow-up study, and was part of multidisciplinary research teams involving other universities and peer researchers reviewing implementation of Independent Mental Health Advocacy under the Mental Health Act, 2007, and the piloting of Social Work Practices under the Children Act.

Dissertations onbarriers to inclusive education

dissertations onbarriers to inclusive education


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