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Dr Alison McInnes

Associate Professor

Department: Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing

Alison is a Faculty Director of International Recruitment and Development with the specific remit for India and Bangladesh and the Programme Lead for the Joint Honours degree programme delivered by Kaplan HE Institute (a Collaborative Ventures partner) in Singapore.

She has taught in the United States, Tajikistan and across mainland Europe and facilitates Erasmus Teacher and Student Mobility Exchanges, as well as study visits. 


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Room H010, Coach Lane Campus East
Benton, Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Developing and Implementing Teaching in Sensitive Subject and Topic Areas: A Comprehensive Guide for professionals in FE and HE Settings , McGovern, W., Gillespie, A., Brandon, T., McInnes, A. 5 Feb 2024
  • Integrating the Global Agenda for Social Work Practice and Education, Palattiyil, G., McInnes, A., Walker, J. 2 Jan 2024, In: Practice
  • Practitioner perspectives on child feeding in Uganda: community engagement through the Global Agenda, McBride, A., Graham, P., Mugyisha, A., McInnes, A. 14 Mar 2024, In: Practice
  • The Digital Turn in Social Work Education and Practice, Toros, K., Falch-Eriksen, A., Lehtme, R., Saia, K., McInnes, A., Soppitt, S., Oswald, R., Walker, S. 27 Sep 2023, Smart Learning Ecosystems as Engines of the Green and Digital Transition, Singapore, Springer
  • Navigating the choppy waters to Nirvana: A critical reflective account of caring for ageing parents in the fourth age, McInnes, A. Oct 2022, In: Ageing and Society
  • Drinking games among university students in five countries: Participation rates, game type, contexts, and motives to play, McInnes, A., Blackwell, D. 1 Aug 2021, In: Addictive Behaviors
  • Learning from others: A critical reflection on an international study programme, McInnes, A., Goss, J., Fisher, H., Brockman, R. Jan 2019, In: International Social Work
  • Tajikistan: Social work, conflict and change in a post-soviet independent state, McInnes, A. 2019, Social Work and Political Conflict. , London, Taylor & Francis
  • Involving Communities Overseas in their Social Work Education, McInnes, A. 2018, Joint Social Work Education and Research Conference, Canterbury Christchurch University.
  • What it means to be a Franchise Student of a UK University in Singapore., McInnes, A. Jul 2018, Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development 2018, Dublin, Republic of Ireland.

Sandra Moran A qualitative exploration across five countries of the pre-drinking (PD) experiences of first year undergraduate (UG) students studying professional programmes. Start Date: 01/10/2022

  • Social Work PhD June 30 2001
  • Social Worker General Social Care Council (GSCC) 2013

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