Health and welfare professionals increasingly have to collaborate and co-ordinate their practice in order to provide a more integrated service for the consumer.
Author: Audrey Leathard
Health and welfare professionals increasingly have to collaborate and co-ordinate their practice in order to provide a more integrated service for the consumer. Going Inter-Professional brings together academics, professionals and researchers to assess the implications for all the professions involved and the practical developments in hospitals, general practice and community care. Individual contributors look at: * the theoretical background to inter-professional work * education and management issues * inter-professional practice issues in work with children, disabled, elderly and mentally ill people * the implications for carers * developments in Australia, Western Europe and the USA
Laming, H. (2003) The Victoria Climbié Inquiry, London: The Stationery Office.
Leathard, A. (1994) Interprofessional developments in Britain: an overview, in A.
Leathard (ed.) Going Interprofessional: Working Together for Health and Welfate,
Author: Brian Littlechild
Category: Political Science
A Handbook for Inter-professional Practice in the Human Services: Learning to Work Together is an essential text for all students of inter-professional education, and for practitioners looking to understand and develop better inter-agency working. With an emphasis on working collaboratively with fellow professionals, service users and the community, and developing an holistic approach to working, this is an essential resource for anyone studying on courses in social work, nursing, education, health, medicine, social policy, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, physiotherapy and dentistry, and for all those with an interest in the human services.
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work in the USA – education and practice . In : Leathard A ( Ed ) . Going Interprofessional : Working together for health and welfare . Routledge , London :
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Finally Royce told me that he was afraid of the welder : “ I ' m afraid I ' m going to
get burned , " he said , “ Or I ' m going to do something wrong and I ' m going to
burn somebody else . " So I went and talked to the vocational teacher and got that
Author: Mark P. Mostert
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
In an ideal world, collaboration between and among students would happen often and progress smoothly. Since that is not always the case, teachers look for practical information that they can use immediately in the classroom to help their students work together. This book contains 15 detailed cases of problems in collaboration. The cases allow teachers to try different solutions to these problems. Topics include: definition of collaboration; practical aspects; ethical aspects; communication; conflict management and resolution; working with parents and families, and more.
There is still a lack of evidence to support the assumptions that interprofessional
learning in undergraduate courses will improve collaboration and team ... In :
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Multidisciplinary Working , CCETSW , London Leathard , A . ( 1994 ) Going Interprofessional .
Author: William Fraser
Publisher: CRC Press
This classic text presents current best practice in the multi professional care of people with intellectual disabilities. It has been planned so that it can be used as a 'ready reference' on what each discipline contributes and as a literature source. Most importantly, it provides benchmarks for quality of care. It can be used as a manual in primary health care, in hospital settings, and in resource centres. As institutions close and community care develops, there is a new thrust to educate primary health care professionals to work in different ways and with a wider range of clients. The book has therefore been largely rewritten to address health needs in this changing context. However, with its strong practical emphasis and a first class team of writers, the book remains a key introductory text.
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We started to see quick wins and realised how the programme was going to help
us make significant changes in areas we had ... For example , we were process
was little or no discussion with the interprofessional team members and staff felt ...
for new products to treat lepers so that they could go back to work , this man
wanted only one thing — a plastic surgeon so that the lepers would look better .
He didn ' t want an antileprosy program . One of the first technicians asked for in
Kane , R . ( 1975a ) “ The interprofessional team as a small group ' , in Davidson ,
K . W . and Clarke , S . S . ( eds ) ( 1990 ) Social Work in ... Going Inter - Professional : Working Together for Health and Welfare ( London : Routledge ) ,
Author: Malcolm Payne
Publisher: Lyceum Books, Incorporated
Category: Health & Fitness
Malcolm Payne reveals how team members in care services can use networking and teambuilding to strengthen their practice by being open to work with wider networks of agencies, professionals and service users.
Leathard , A . ( 1994 ) Going Interprofessional . London : Routledge . Manion , J .
, Lorimer , W . and Leander , W . J . ( 1996 ) Team - based Health Care
Organisations : Blueprint for Success . Gaithersburg , MD : Aspen . Margerison ,
C . J . and ...
Author: Sheila Payne
Annotation "Palliative Care Nursing is essential reading for post-qualifying nursing students and all nurses and health/social care professionals who provide care to people with advanced illness and those who are near the end of life."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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instance of a children ' s hospital going back to the discouragement of visiting -
on the contrary , there are signs in a number of countries of the extension of the ...
Health Serv Feb : 30 - 31 Leathard A ( 1997 ) Interprofessional developments in
Britain : an overview . In : Leathard A ed . Going Interprofessional : Working
Together for Health and Welfare . Routledge , London Newall V , Mathew A (
1996 ) ...
British Journal of Psychotherapy 11 ( 1 ) : 120–126 Leathard A 1996 Going interprofessional . Routledge , London Lees J 1997 An approach to counselling
in GP surgeries . Psychodynamic Counselling 3 ( 1 ) : 33–48 Lees J ( ed ) 1999 ...
Author: Marilyn Pietroni
Publisher: Elsevier Science Health Science Division
This unique book presents the real-life experiences of the counseling service created by a pioneering primary care team at the Marylebone Health Centre, a busy inner-city general practice in the UK. The book details the counselling team in action as they set up service, manage and supervise counsellors, and evaluate and audit their work as a multi-professional health team taking an integrated approach to health and social care, in a broader network of community services. An in-depth and close-up view of frontline counselling in a busy primary care setting providing a realistic guide for other practices and professionals A reflective practice approach links clearly the high ground of theory with the challenging realities of practice. Illuminates key issues for all other team members besides the counsellors, doctors, nurses, complementary therapists Makes complex issues clear and accessible for all readers Offers a menu of counselling services to manage scarce resources and complex clinical needs Provides a unique, inside view of a pioneering multi-professional team at work.
Buckingham : Open University Press . Leadbetter , D . & Trewar , R . ( 1996 )
Handling Aggression and Violence at Work . Lyme Regis : RHP . Leathard , A . (
ed . ) ( 1994 ) Going Interprofessional : Working Together in Health and Welfare .
Author: Philip Whitehead
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
A complete outline of all the underpinning knowledge necessary for competent probation practice is provided. The authors give an historical overview of training in probation and then cover various aspects of report writing, information for Practice Development Assessors, and putting training into practice.
The formation of interorganizational networks . Oxford : Oxford University Press .
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Author: Council on Social Work EducationPublish On: 1966
Is there a place for a new on - going interprofessional seminar in which a small
number of teachers of social work would CCC 20For this formulation I an
indebted to Dr . Bruner . See Jerome S . Bruner , Jacqueline Goodnow , and
George A ...