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Dr Jodie Goldney is a qualitative researcher with extensive experience working in the community services sector.
Her PhD is a critique of the scientist-practitioner, or Boulder model of pedagogy that underpins the training of psychologists in most of the Western World. Drawing on that work, Jodie created the attributional approach to recruitment and training, which screens for reflexivity and capacity to learn from experience over a static knowledge-base.
Jodie recently launched Qualitate (www.qualitate.com.au; on Twitter: @Qualitate01), which applies qualitative methodologies to the problems of industry.
She is both adjunct and sessional academic with Charles Sturt University. Jodie tweets from @jgoldn01.
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