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Dr Maggie Grant

Research Fellow

Social Work Colin Bell Building, University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

Dr Maggie Grant

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About me

I joined the Centre for Child Wellbeing and Protection in 2017, on secondment from  the Adoption and Fostering Alliance Scotland (where I still work part-time).  I'm  currently working on Permanently Progressing? Building secure futures for children in Scotland. This is a longitudinal study which investigates permanence, progress and outcomes for children in Scotland who have become looked after and accommodated away from their birth parents by the age of five. It is a collaboration between University of Stirling and University of York, led by Dr Helen Whincup. I've previously worked on a range of studies involving children, families and professionals, including research on international adoption from orphanage care, reading programmes for children in foster care, the use of video clips in profiling children for family finding, unaccompanied asylum-seeking young people and the 2011 riots in England. I have a PhD in mental health from City, University of London. My thesis focused on adopted women's perceptions of how being internationally adopted in early childhood has affected their subsequent lives, using data from  the British Chinese Adoption Study. I also have an MSc in Social Policy from  LSE.

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