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2024-01-01Professional learning promoting agency in challenging practice contexts: RWL12 SPECIAL ISSUEHopwood, N; Dhungana, P; Prasad Pant, B; Shrestha, D; Shahi, R
2023-12-01Working with Knowledge in Clinical Supervision: A Qualitative StudyGottschalk, B; Hopwood, N
2023-11-30Motives, Mediation and Motion: Towards an Inherently Learning- and Development-Orientated Perspective on AgencyHopwood, N; Sannino, A; Hopwood, N; Sannino, A
2023-11-30AgencyAstheDirectionandReachofActions:ATheoretical OutlineHopwood, N; Hopwood, N
2023-02'it was that … specialist … that finally listened to us … that's probably a weird answer to what you were expecting': Clinician and carer perspectives on brilliant feeding care.Dadich, A; Kaplun, S; Kaplun, C; Hopwood, N; Elliot, C
2023-01-01“The Kitchen is My Favrote Place in the House”: A World Worth Living in for Children with Feeding Difficulties and Their FamiliesHopwood, N; Gowans, H; Gowans, J; Disher-Quill, K; Elliot, C
2023Simulation as a Transformative Pedagogy: Challenging Normativity and Embracing EmergenceAbrandt Dahlgren, M; Hopwood, N
2022-11-18Simulation as a Transformative Pedagogy: Challenging Normativity and Embracing EmergenceAbrandt Dahlgren, M; Hopwood, N
2022-09-30Connective Enactment and Collective Accomplishment in Professional PracticesKemmis, S; Hopwood, N
2022-05-31Professional learning in clinical supervision: highlighting knowledge workGottschalk, B; Hopwood, N
2022-04-01Forward anchoring in transformative agency: How parents of children with complex feeding difficulties transcend the status quoHopwood, N; Pointon, K; Dadich, A; Moraby, K; Elliot, C
2022-01-01Agency in cultural-historical activity theory: strengthening commitment to social transformationHopwood, N
2021-10-26Clinician and carer moral concerns when caring for children who tube-feed.Dadich, A; Hockey, K; Kaplun, C; Fleming, C; Hopwood, N; Moraby, K; Elliot, C
2021-09-02Provocations and possibilities in professional practice, education, and learningHopwood, N; Reich, A; Rooney, D; McManus, J
2021-08-20From response and adaptation to learning, agency and contribution: making the theory of practice architectures dangerousHopwood, N
2021-04-21How is Brilliance Enacted in Professional Practices? Insights from the Theory of Practice ArchitecturesHopwood, N; Dadich, A; Elliot, C; Moraby, K
2021-02Paediatric tube-feeding: An agenda for care improvement and research.Hopwood, N; Moraby, K; Dadich, A; Gowans, J; Pointon, K; Ierardo, A; Reilly, C; Syrmis, M; Frederiksen, N; Disher-Quill, K; Scheuring, N; Heves, R; Elliot, C
2021-01-01Secondary school students’ perceptions and experiences of learning science and mathematics: the case of BhutanUtha, K; Subba, BH; Mongar, BB; Hopwood, N; Pressick-Kilborn, K
2021-01-01How Professional Education Can Foster Praxis and Critical Praxis: An Example of Changing Practice in HealthcareHopwood, N; Blomberg, M; Dahlberg, J; Dahlgren, MA
2021-01-01Changing the World for Children with Complex Feeding Difficulties: Cultural-Historical Analyses of Transformative AgencyHopwood, N; Elliot, C; Pointon, K