Centre for Professional Practice

Excellence in practice trans-disciplinary learning


Research at CPP

Our research currently focuses on the Advanced Journal of Professional Practice. AJPP is a fully open-access, double-blind, peer reviewed journal with a specific remit for contemporary work which addresses trans-disciplinary, work-related, enquiry into practice applications of new knowledge, technology, discussion, research or practice-based innovation.



The focus of the AJPP

The AJPP has a specific remit for contemporary work which addresses trans-disciplinary / multi-professional and work-related enquiry into practice. Applications of new knowledge, technology, discussion, research or practice-based innovation are particularly welcome. The journal allows for the sharing of experiences and gold standard professional practices related to trans-disciplinary work places and/or to enhance professional services. Across all sectors of Health and non-health, Education, Business, Human Resources, Administration, Law, Politics and so on, there is a growing need for more collaboration between professionals, agencies, providers and above all with the people they seek to serve.

Research Staff

  • Dr Anne-Maria Brennan

    Director of Graduate Studies Centre for Professional Practice A.Brennan@kent.ac.uk 01634 (20)2925
  • Tania Hopper

    Director of Education Centre for Professional Practice T.Hopper@kent.ac.uk 01634 (20)2915
  • Debbie Reed

    Head of Centre Centre for Professional Practice D.Reed@kent.ac.uk 01634 (20)2919

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Last Updated: 08/12/2017