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.
‘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))
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)