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Daly, Maura


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Kettle, M and Daly, M (2018) ‘Social Work Identity’ in Cree, V. Smith, M. (Eds.). (2018). Social Work in a Changing Scotland. London: Routledge.


Daly, M and Kettle, M (2017) ‘Making Professional Identity: Narrative Work and Fateful Moments’, in Webb, S. A. (ED.)  Professional Identity and Social Work, London: Routledge.


Clapton, G and Daly, M (2015), A Social Work ‘Academic-in-Residence’? Social Work Education: The International Journal Vol. 34: 4

Daly, M., Cooper, S (2013) ‘A solution-focused approach to family support’, Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning, 12(2), pp.87-101


Clapton, G and Daly, M (2007), 'Bridging the Theory - Practice Gap: Student Placement Groups Co-Facilitated by Lecturers and Practice Teachers', Groupwork, 17 (3): 60-75


Cavanagh, B Daly, M and Flaherty, A (2007), Voices of Women in Cornton Vale, Circle: Edinburgh


Daly, M (2005) ‘Partnership with families’ in Smith, M. ed. Secure in the knowledge: Perspectives on Practice in Secure Accommodation, SIRCC: Glasgow


Daly, M (2005) Life story work’ in Smith, M. ed. Secure in the knowledgePerspectives on Practice in Secure Accommodation, SIRCC: Glasgow


Clapton, G., Daly, M. (2005), Leep over the learning gap, Community Care, pp.38-39


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Daly, M (2017) Jane Fenton ‘Values in Social Work: Reconnecting with Social Justice’, Ethics and Social Welfare, 11:1, 103-104





I am programme convenor for BASW1 and BASW 2.

I am module lead on the Introduction to Practice Learning and Practice Learning modules for BASW2. I teach on the Research Methods module for BASW 3.

I lead on the MSc1 EAL (Enquiry Action Learning) sequesnce.

Outwith social work, I teach a module on professional identity on our Professional Doctorate programme.

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