AbstractUsing a case study approach this research explored the research question ‘How did the powering and participation of a group of actors tasked with implementing a School for Dental Care Professionals influence implementation?’ The School, an important case, changed the nature of Dental Care Professional education in the United Kingdom being the first of its kind to be based on a University campus, remote from a traditional dental school and in the primary care dental setting.
|Date of Award||Nov 2012|
The inter-dependence of powering and participation in policy implementation in the educational setting
Holmes, S. (Author). Nov 2012
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis