Volume 1, Issue 1 - October 2010

   *Double issue*

Editorial - Kevin Flinta and Carol Costleyb, aNottingham Trent University, bMiddlesex University  Download

New sites and agents for research education in the United Kingdom: Making and taking doctoral identities - David Scotta and Marlene Morrisonb aUniversity of London, bOxford Brookes University Download

Professional doctorates: An Australian perspective - Margaret Malloch, University of East London Download

Doctoral-level qualifications outside of universities: A comparison of forms and practices - Stan Lester, Stan Lester Developments, Taunton Download

Challenging the PhD: Managing the alignment of an EdD programme alongside a traditional PhD pathway. - Val Poultney, University of Derby Download

Reflections, refinements and revisions: Thirteen years experience of a professional doctorate in public health - Stuart C. Anderson, Caroline O. H. Jones and Sharon R. A. Huttly, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Download

Organisational involvement in supporting the learned professional - Gordon Weller, Hemda Garelick, David Naylor and Richard Sherry, Middlesex University Download

The power of research: An exploration of critical dialogue as a model for the development of professionals - Kevin J. Flint and Adam Barnard, Nottingham Trent University Download

Elements that affect the relationship between registered nurses and healthcare assistants: A review of the literature - Jason Alcorn, University of Huddersfield Download

Exploring the impact of the professional doctorate on students’ professional practice and personal development: Early indications - Hilary Burgessa and Jerry Wellingtonb, aOpen University, bUniversity of Sheffield Download

Doctoral learning that leads to organisational and individual change - Carol Costley, Middlesex University Download

Space for personal development: An exploration of space produced for the self mediated by engagement in one professional doctorate (PD) programme - Kevin J. Flint and Adam Barnard, Nottingham Trent University Download

Non-refereed Section

Development of a global network of distance doctoral programs in health leadership - Suzanne Havala Hobbs and Ned Brooks, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Download

News, views, and reviews

Professional and Practice Based SIG inaugural event Download