Academic and Scholarly Distinction
Pauline Hardiker was born and brought up in Rochdale. She worked as a medical secretary in Manchester and community worker in London before reading Sociology at the University of Leicester attaining a BA in 1966 and MA in 1968. From 1967 to 1969, Ms Hardiker taught Sociology and Psychology at Stevenage College of Further Education; she was appointed to a lectureship at the University of Leicester School of Social Work in 1969, and promoted to senior lecturer in 1986; she retired in 2000.
Ms Hardiker currently works with medical students at the Richard Attenborough Centre.
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