This chapter has examined approaches you can take to the development of your ideas based on your work practice. The following areas have been explored: Mode 1 and Mode 2 knowledge production, their differences and similarities. The types of knowledge involved in practice and how these can be a starting point in your development of the professional doctorate study. The ways in which your ideas can be framed and shaped into specific aims, objectives and a research question. How your colleagues on the programme can support you and enhance your experience.
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