Adam Barnard

Adam Barnard

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer

School of Social Sciences

Staff Group(s)
Social Work and Health

Role

Senior Lecturer in Human Services

Adam Barnard has been employed in higher education since 1996. His career to date spans the range of social sciences and he has worked with a variety of student groups in Higher Education. He is co-programme leader on the professional doctorate programme at Nottingham Trent. He was programme leader for BA (Hons) Health and Social Care. He teaches on level one, two and three of this programme and teaches Values and Interpersonal Skills on BA (Hons) Social Work. He is engaged in doctoral supervision. He is a member of the school’s ethics committee.

Career overview

Adam has previous supervision in the areas of service quality delivery in health and social care. He is able to offer supervision in philosophical aspects of:

  • health and social care
  • human services
  • critical social theory
  • doctoral pedagogy.

Adam can also offer supervision in various qualitative methodologies.

Research areas

  • East Midlands Health and Social Care Consortium
  • Critical Social Theory
  • Values and Ethics
  • Doctoral Pedagogy
  • Political Philosophy
  • Philosophy

Sponsors and collaborators

Adam Barnard has received Arts and Humanities Research Board funding for previous research.