In this episode Vivian Umossoh-Ime talks to Vida Doulgas about diversifying and decolonising the social work programme at Hertfordshire. They discuss Eurocentric models of healthcare as well as issues of safeguarding and engaging with student feedback.FURTHER RESOURCES: Julia Warrener and Vida Douglas, “Black Lives Matter in Higher Education” Shula Ramon and Darja Zavirsek, “Armed Conflict” Special Issue EPISODE NOTES:Dr Vida Douglas is a Professional Lead of social work and principal researcher for this study. Vida obtained a PhD from Nottingham Trent University in 2022 with a thesis evaluating staff wellbeing in the context of higher education. Her research interests are staff wellbeing in higher education, safeguarding children, and young people, living with long-term health condition at work, and belonging in the workplace. Podcast recorded using Zencastr.Music by Rayen © Hear more via Spotify or Instagram.Edited by Chris Lloyd.
Diversifying and Decolonising the University: Episode 8, Social Work