Claire Lloyd is Director of the Faculty of Education's Professional Doctorate and Professional Masters degrees. She has teaching and supervisory responsibilities on the doctoral programme. Claire is an External Examiner at Edge Hill University and a Moderator for Newman University's Professional Doctorate, which is validated by Liverpool Hope. Claire is co-editor of Research in Practice, an in-house journal that is designed to encourage the sharing of ideas and innovations in teaching and learning by making connections between research and practice.
Claire's research interests are in research ethics and qualitative research. She also has a growing interest in research that explores the complex ethical relationship between humans and other animals, specifically to consider how reframing this relationship can create meaningful social, ethical and pedagogical change.
Claire is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a member of the British Education Research Association.
To access Claire's most recent publication, please follow this link: Claire A. Lloyd (2017): Exploring the real-world decision-making of novice and experienced teachers, Journal of Further and Higher Education: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0309877X.2017.1357070.