Hard work pays off as Society members celebrate receiving Doctorates in Education

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    [post_content] => Two members of the Society of Homeopaths have received their Doctorates in Education.

Jacqueline Dodding, who also acts as education consultant to the society, and Hazel Partington received their awards from the University of Central Lancashire.

Jacqueline's research looked into the impact of engaging in higher education (HE) as a mature student. Government policy labels such students as 'non-traditional' but Jacqueline found that the students themselves were unaware of the label and tended to thrive on the HE experience.

Hazel's research, inspired by her work teaching Master's courses by e-learning to complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) practitioners, explored the impact of the courses on the professional lives of the graduates.

Jacqueline said she and Hazel had supported each other during their studies.

"While it has taken a number of years to complete my doctoral research, it feels amazing to have gained this qualification and I have loved being in the same cohort as Hazel."

Hazel added: "My doctoral journey was definitely all the better for being in the same cohort as Jacqueline.  Being able to graduate together made our day very special."
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Two members of the Society of Homeopaths have received their Doctorates in Education.

Jacqueline Dodding, who also acts as education consultant to the society, and Hazel Partington received their awards from the University of Central Lancashire.

Jacqueline’s research looked into the impact of engaging in higher education (HE) as a mature student. Government policy labels such students as ‘non-traditional’ but Jacqueline found that the students themselves were unaware of the label and tended to thrive on the HE experience.

Hazel’s research, inspired by her work teaching Master’s courses by e-learning to complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) practitioners, explored the impact of the courses on the professional lives of the graduates.

Jacqueline said she and Hazel had supported each other during their studies.

“While it has taken a number of years to complete my doctoral research, it feels amazing to have gained this qualification and I have loved being in the same cohort as Hazel.”

Hazel added: “My doctoral journey was definitely all the better for being in the same cohort as Jacqueline.¬† Being able to graduate together made our day very special.”

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