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Carolyn Blackburn

Reader in Interdisciplinary Practice and Research with Families at Birmingham City University

Carolyn is a Reader in Interdisciplinary Practice and Research with Families in the Centre for the Study of Practice and Culture in Education at Birmingham City University. She is also a Churchill Fellow, a Visiting Fellow at the University of Birmingham, an associate staff member at the Champion early intervention centre in New Zealand, an editorial Board Member of Infants and Young Children and Vice President of the European Association on Early Childhood Intervention (Eurlyaid).

Carolyn is currently involved in research related to photo elicitation as a strengths based assessment of young children with Down Syndrome, a study exploring the social organisation of knowledge in a conductive education centre in Birmingham and an Erasmus plus funded project concerned with the training of Physiotherapists working with young children with Cerebral Palsy.

Carolyn Blackburn's contributions

BERA SIG Convenors

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Social Justice

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