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Canterbury Christ Church University external examiner for the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice for a four year period from 2017/2018 to 2020/2021 Walker, S., Scamell, M. and Parker, P. (2016). Principles of physiological breech birth practice: A Delphi study. Midwifery, 43, pp. 1–6. doi: 10.1016/j.midw.2016.09.003. Parker, P.M., Attenborough, J., Cunningham, M., Holland, W. and Perkins, J. (2013). Interim Project report: Teaching Excellence: what is this and how can we assess and recognise this. Learning at City Journal, 3(1), pp. 93–98. Parker, P.M. (2013). Teaching Excellence from whose Perspective? 20th International Conference on Learning 11-13 July, Rhodes Greece.

Pam is the Director of the Department for Learning Enhancement and Development and Professor of Educational Development. Pam's interests are curriculum design, teaching, learning and assessment, staff development, personal tutoring, SoTL and education development. She offers Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy informed sessions (www.ddpnetwork.org) to parents who maybe feeling discouraged in their efforts to offer a stable and loving home to their child.

Parker, P.M. (2013). So What is teaching excellence and how should we assess and reward it? ISSOTL 2013 Conference 2-5 October, Raleigh USA. Parker, P.M. and Sheldon, L. (1997). Review : assessing clinical competence of practitioners in children's nursing diploma programmes. Journal of child health care, 1(2), pp. 87–90. doi: 10.1177/136749359700100210. Pamela is experienced in working with those who are affected by adversity and trauma; including care-experienced children and their families, as well as the professional networks. As an educational psychologist she can work with schools and settings, building capacity in this important area of young people’s lives. Bird, P., Eustance, C., Parker, P.M. and Sheppard, M. (2012). People, Processes, technology: what really enables curriculum change? ALT - C 2012 11-13 September, Manchester. London Metropolitan University External examiner for AP(E)L for four year period starting October 2014.

Engaging Students with the Learning and Teaching Agenda,". for the twenty first International conference on Learning in New York USA (2014). No one knows about my award: How can I share this? 14th Annual SEDA Conference Aston Business School Conference Centre, Birmingham (2009). Until recently he led a specialist multidisciplinary team working with young people at risk of hospital admission or residential care as a consequence of severe challenging behaviour. Most of his work has been with children, young people and adults with neurodevelopmental diagnoses such as learning disability or autism.Since qualifying in 2009. Pamela has undertaken additional training in Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing, Systemic Practice, Clinical Supervision and Public Sector Leadership. She has formal training in the assessment of parent-child relationships.

Can we really measure impact?” Birmingham (2011). Invited to present a key note on at a one day conference entitled What Price your service? For the University and Colleges Information Systems Association August 1980 – November 1983 Registered general Nurse Training Southlands School of Nursing, Southlands Hospital, Shoreham - by - Sea, West Sussex BN4 6TQ Qualifications Parker, P.M. (2012). SOTL is happening but we need to shout about it. ISSOTL 2012 conference 24-27 October, Hamilton ON Canada. Parker, P.M., Attenborough, J., Cunningham, M., Holland, W. and Perkins, J. (2013). What is teaching excellence and how do we recognise this? Learning at City Conference 6 June, City University London. SEDA Spring Teaching and Learning Conference Understanding and improving the student experience: making a real difference in the new age of metrics. (Conference) Leds UK (2018). Organising Committee.Pam is a member of the Advisory Board for The Learner Research Network https://thelearner.com/ and Pam has been an active member of the Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA). Pam is currently a Co Chair of the conference and events committee and a member of the SEDA Executive. Pam has been Vice-Chair of the SEDA May 2013 - May 2015 and conference co-chair from May 2011 - April 2013.

Parker, P.M., Bradley, S., Beaton, F. and Carne, J. (2011). Horses for Courses: a comparative approach to developing staff use of technology. SEDA annual conference 17-18 November, Birmingham. Pam is a National Teaching Fellow, a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a Senior Fellow of SEDA (Staff and Educational Development Association).

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Description: Quinsee S, Brown S, Parker P, Kander C, Truscott H, Bartholomew P & Lloyd A Symposium presented LoriBarton, Social Worker specialist in working with traumatised children. Lori's practice is DDP and Theraplay informed. She holds a diploma in systemic practice. April 2022 - current post Director Department for Learning Enhancement and Development City, University of London Common themes and missing pieces: a reinterpretation of existing research on postgraduate teaching development programmes. Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) Annual Research Conference, Newport (2012).

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