Volume 4, Issue 1, December 2014

So who wants to do an EdD anyway? Evidence from the Institute of Education EdD Completions 1996-2013 
Denise Hawkes, Doctoral School and Department of Quantitative Social Science
Institute of Education, University of London; Sue Taylor, Doctoral School and Department of Early Years and Primary Education, Institute of Education, University of London
Pages 1-10
What helps and what hinders in the development of a research-practitioner identity: Exploring clinical psychology trainees’ views
Marcela Acuña-Rivera Fahs, University of Surrey; Dawn C. Duke, Researcher Development
Programme, University of Surrey; Laura M. Simonds, School of Psychology, University of Surrey
Pages 11-28
Industrial PhDs, Research Apprenticeships, and On-the-job training: The Case of Italy from a Comparative and International Perspective
Michele Tiraboschi, Professor of Labour Law, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia and ADAPT Scientific Coordinator
Pages 28-54

Dialogue and Debate

In search of equality and equivalence for students and staff in Professional Doctorate Health and Social Care programmes
Dr Robert McSherry, Professor of Nursing and Practice Development, University of Teesside Dr Josette Bettany-Saltikov, Senior Lecturer in Research Methods, University of Teesside
Pages 55-70
Widening Participation and Doctoral education: Doctoral Education for the future: the role of professional doctorates
Dr Kate Maguire, Institute for Work Based Learning, Middlesex University
Pages 71-73
New perspectives and dynamics in doctoral supervisor training
Pages 74-76
Pages 77-80