Child Welfare Expert Had Fake PhD

Saturday, 19th November 2016 at 11:23am

A leading child welfare expert’s CV falsely declared she was entitled to be called a doctor and her PhD qualification was fictitious, according to BBC News.

Susan Stewart ran Scotland’s Child and Family Assessment Centre and presented herself as a doctor but lied about having a PhD in psychology from Stirling University, having not completed the degree course.

Stewart had held various senior social work posts within the Aberlour Child Care Trust, but now faces being struck off the social worker’s register.

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