Ms Annastasia Maksymluk
Lecturer in Social Work
School of Health Professions (Faculty of Health & Human Sciences)
Main research interest: Auto ethnography and its applicability to Social Work education and practice
ADV756 Advanced critical reflection, risk and decision -making (masters level)
SCW451 What is Social Work
SCW455 Understanding the Social World
Personal Tutor on MA Social Work for Year 1 and Year 2 students
M.A Visual Communication - University of Central England
M.A Social Work (distinction) - University of Plymouth
Maksymluk, A. (2017). Using auto ethnography as a learning tool within the Social work class-room: the experience of delivering an ‘immersive’ module. Journal of Pedagogic Development (forthcoming - March 2017).
Maksymluk, A. (2016). Hidden in plain sight: use of an arts-based method for critical reflection. In Practice placement in social work: Innovative approaches for effective teaching and learning. Bellinger, A; Ford, D (eds). Policy Press.
Maksymluk, A. (2016). Patient Identity’ in ‘Malady & Mortality” Thomas, H (ed). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.