An opportunity has arisen to contribute high-quality research to this upcoming Special Issue of Society, Health & Vulnerability. Cited within the Emerging Sources Citation Index amongst a number of other citation and abstraction indices, research published within this journal is widely read across and beyond its scholarly field.
Call for papers:
Much can be said about studies of professions, but little attention has been given to the educational aspects of developing professional knowledge in higher education and the challenges of nurturing among students a sense of mastery and competence in their future professions.
In this special issue, we call on papers addressing research related to projects on profession-oriented research, teaching methods and skill development in health and social studies as well as teacher education.
Secondly, we welcome papers discussing professional development in health, social studies and teacher education. In particular, we welcome papers highlighting development of reflexivity and inclusion related to professional knowledge and development in these professions.
We welcome contributions from academics familiar with experience-based knowledge from the point of view of educators in the field of health, care or welfare professions or teaching professions. The papers can address theory, research, methods or developmental work and discuss teaching or other aspects of education that aim to develop students' ability to learn a profession. We welcome all papers discussing how competence can be developed, based on relevant theory and experience-based qualifications from teaching and educating.
About the journal:
Established in 2010, Society, Health & Vulnerability aims to contribute to scholarly understanding of vulnerability and marginalization in society in the light of health-related factors. Taking a multi-disciplinary approach, the journal seeks to explore the varying circumstances and resources different individuals and groups face in relation to maintaining and improving health.
Why you should submit:
Society, Health & Vulnerability is an open access journal. Publishing open access holds a number of key benefits for you as an author. Available to access for free by anyone, open access enables authors to increase the visibility, discoverability, and reach of their research.
Society, Health & Vulnerability is also featured within a number of citation and abstraction indices including Emerging Sources Citation Index, EBSCO, and DOAJ. As such, you can be assured that your research will be widely read across your scholarly field. It is also possible that your research could be used to inform future public policies relating to society and healthcare.
You can find out more about publishing open access with Taylor & Francis here:
How to submit
Manuscripts should be submitted according to the Instructions for Authors.
The final deadline for submissions is 10th September, 2017, with a view to the Special Issue being published by 30th December, 2017.