My background is in community education, and I worked in the voluntary sector in the London Borough of Greenwich for a number of years.
During that time I was involved in setting up a community run skills centre, training people in manual trades, and running community health courses.
Later, I went on to work in the voluntary and public sector in Yorkshire, running training courses on organisational development and return to learn courses and workshops.
I was a member of the editorial board for 'Explorations in Feminism', which published a series of papers in partnership with Hutchinson Press.
At the Open University, I am responsible for the quality assurance and the presentation of Health and Social Care modules in the Yorkshire Region.
Feminist approaches to research
Author of units in the following courses:
K311- Promoting Public Health: skills,perspectives and practice
K255 - Diverse Perspectives on Mental Health
K260 Death and Dying
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