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Wareing, Mark Philip and Ferguson, Gillian (2024). Learning environments. In: Wareing, Mark Philip ed. Practice Supervision and Assessment in Nursing, Health and Social Care. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 27–39.

Ferguson, Gillian and Sicat, Sherwyn (2024). Practice education in social work. In: Wareing, Mark Philip ed. Practice Supervision and Assessment in Nursing, Health and Social Care. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 116–126.

Page, Sarah; Ferguson, Gillian; Shanley, Kirsty and Horton Ifekoya, Ayana (2024). Learning in non-assessed, virtual and alternate environments. In: Wareing, Mark Philip ed. Practice Supervision and Assessment in Nursing, Health and Social Care. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 194–203.

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McCulloch, Trish; Grant, Scott; Daly, Maura; Sen, Robin and Ferguson, Gillian (2024). Embedding Learning as a Practice of Value: Learning from the Experiences of Early Career Social Workers in Scotland. The British Journal of Social Work (Early access).

Ferguson, Gillian (2023). "When David Bowie created Ziggy Stardust" Reconceptualising workplace learning for social workers. The Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning: Papers from the International Conference on Practice Teaching and Field Education in Health and Social Work, 20(1) pp. 67–87.

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Ferguson, Gillian and Vicary, Sarah (2024). Introducing a holistic model for Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis in social work practice and research. In: Authentic Care in Health and Social Care, and Education Conference, 28 Jun 2024, University of Greenwich: Institute of Life Course Development, London, UK.

Ferguson, Gillian and Giddings, Lindsay (2024). Social work education, regulation and the climate emergency – responsibility and action. In: BASW Conference 2024: A Sustainable Future for Social Work, 18-19 Jun 2024, Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh.

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Ferguson, Gillian (2022). The importance of workplace learning for social workers. Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services, Glasgow, Scotland.

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