A short introductionDr Graham Stew retired as a Principal Lecturer in Health Sciences from the University of Brighton in 2020. He worked in Higher Education for thirty years, and has a background in mental health and general nursing. His research interests have included inter-professional education, change management, reflective practice and mindfulness teaching. He currently supervises doctoral students and teaches research methodologies to postgraduate students. Graham has a personal interest in non-dual traditions and philosophy, and has published four books on the subject. His main research expertise lies in the field of phenomenology, hermeneutics, interpretative phenomenological analysis and the philosophy of qualitative research.
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