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Share is our online magazine and one of the ways in which we communicate the work of our Centre for Practice Innovation. Here you will find an eclectic mix of features, case studies and opinion pieces.

Alastair Clarkson, Researcher in Residence, Scottish Autism
Pictured (L-R): Clare Haughey, Scottish Minister for Mental Health, Dorry McLaughlin, Chief Executive, Charlene Tait, Deputy Chief Executive and...
Jackie Ravet, Senior Lecturer, University of Aberdeen
Interprofessionalism has been a dominant leitmotif in UK health, social and educational policy and legislation for at least two decades...
Hanna Kovshoff, Sarah Parsons, Jessica Baker, Keri Hoy, Felix Perkes, & Ellie White, on behalf of the ACoRNS Network.
Transitions within and across levels of schooling pose challenges for all children as they adapt to new settings and teaching staff. It is often...
Emma Rice, Doctoral Researcher, Sheffield Halam University
Some autism advocates identify that autism research frequently excludes autistic voice due to a predominant focus on the deficit model within autism...
Ruth Moyse, Doctoral Researcher, University of Reading
Rosie is fifteen. A bright, articulate and academically able autistic young woman, she aspires to become a large-animal vet and yet Rosie has been...
Esther Gooch, Managing Director, Outdoor Woodland Learning School CIC
The OWLS CIC approach developed through my work as a Primary Teacher in mainstream education and while working out in the woods with OWLS CIC, a...
Michael Harboe Kvistgaard, Consultant in Special Needs
What does every person in the world wish in their lives? According to Martin Seligman, founder of positive psychology and former president of the...
Paddy Carstairs, Development Worker, ARC Scotland
The National Involvement Network (NIN) is an influential network of over 80 people who use social care services. This group has been meeting since...