Joe Hanley is a social worker and a lecturer in social work as part of the central academic team in the OU. His background is in adult services. Joe is also undertaking a Doctorate in Education, focusing on social work education.
Social work education, social work policy, educational technology.
Member of BASW, SRHE, SWAN, MENSA, Fellow of the HEA.
[Book Review] The politics of children’s services reform: Re-examining two decades of policy change by Carl Purcell (2020) (2020-08)
Critical and Radical Social Work, 8(2) (pp. 293-294)
‘The best and the brightest’: widening participation and social justice in contemporary English social work education (2020)
European Journal of Social Work ((Early Access))
Team-based learning in social work law education: a practitioner enquiry (2020)
Social Work Education ((Early access))
A Fisher-eye lens on social work reform (2020)
McGrath-Brookes, Michael; Hanley, Joe and Higgins, Martyn
Journal of Social Work ((Early Access))
The ‘quality’ of social work students in England: a genealogy of discourse 2002–18 (2019)
Critical and Radical Social Work ((Early Access))
[Book review] Dawn Brooker and Isabelle Latham , Person-centred Dementia Care: Making Services Better with the VIPS Framework, Jessica Kingsley Publishing, London, 2016 (2017-09)
Ageing and Society, 37(8) (pp. 1743-1744)
Unhappy anniversary? (2014-04-08)
Hanley, Joe and Marsland, David
The Journal of Adult Protection, 16(2) (pp. 104-112)
The negative impact of student evaluations on higher education research (2020-07-23)
In: Luo, Y.; Saengkhattiya, T.; Bonful, L; Yu, W.; Li, L.; Fazal, N.; Ahmed, H. and Watts, M. eds. The Voice of Educators and Education Students (pp. 178-184)
ISBN : 979-8666712696 | Publisher : Brunel University | Published : London