BA, MA (Cambs, UK); MA, Certificate of Qualification in Social Work (Leicester, UK); PhD (Sheffield, UK); Postgraduate Certificate in Management and Leadership in Higher Education (Bradford, UK)
CANADA RESEARCH CHAIR IN NARRATIVE STUDIES
PROFESSOR IN SOCIAL WORK
Clive Baldwin was born in the UK and moved to St Thomas in May 2011 to take up his post as Canada Research Chair in Narrative Studies. He has degrees from the universities of Cambridge, Leicester and Sheffield and is a qualified social worker with experience in mental health, community work and not-for-profit sector development. His PhD thesis focused on allegations of child abuse and he has published on this in legal, criminology, medical and social work journals. He has also published on narrative and its contribution to ethics, policy, social work and the Self. As Canada Research Chair he is exploring the role of narrative in understanding social care institutions, professional education and social and health care ethics.