Associate Professor; Director of the Centre for Social Work, Faculty of Social Sciences
Dr Rachel Fyson is currently Director of the Centre for Social Work, having joined the Centre for Social Work as a lecturer in September 2005. She previously worked as a Research Fellow for both the Ann Craft Trust, University of Nottingham and the Norah Fry Research Centre, University of Bristol and prior to becoming an academic worked for over a decade in adult social care - mostly in services for adults with learning disabilities. Her research interests lie primarily in matters relating to adult social care services, including: the tension between promoting individual choice and seeking to safeguard against avoidable abuse; policy implementation; interagency working; and service evaluation.
Fyson, Rachel and Kitson, Deborah (2007) Independence or Protection - does it have to be a choice? Reflections on the abuse people with learning disabilities in Cornwall. Critical Social Policy, 27 (3). pp. 181-186. ISSN 0261-0183
Fyson, Rachel (2007) Young people with learning disabilities who sexually harm others: the role of criminal justice within a multi-agency response. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 35 (3). pp. 181-186. ISSN 1354-4187
Wilson, Kate and Fyson, Rachel and Newstone, Simon (2007) Foster Fathers: their experiences and contributions to fostering. Child & Family Social Work, 12 (3). pp. 22-31.
Fyson, Rachel (2007) InYoung people with learning disabilities who sexually abuse: understanding, identifying and responding from within generic education and welfare services.: Working with children and young people who sexually abuse: Taking the field forward. Russell House Publishing, Lyme Regis, pp. 110-122. ISBN 978-1-905541-01-0
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