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Teamworking in Mental Health

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 274
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Paperback - 9780333763759

18 December 2002

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17 December 2002

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Developing mental health team effectiveness requires that we explore both how people work together and the context of the team itself. This text, by an acknowledged authority in the field, examines the historical, social...

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Developing mental health team effectiveness requires that we explore both how people work together and the context of the team itself. This text, by an acknowledged authority in the field, examines the historical, social policy, political and organisational context alongside the design and the management of team processes. Recognising the central importance both of the relationship between users and staff, and the mental health of team members, the author considers teams as part of a continuous quality improvement process aimed at achieving better outcomes for users.

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Written by an acknowledged authority in the field


Features brand new research from Aston University, and author's own research findings on mental health teams

Provides practical guidance in a clear, accessible style

Introduction. What is This Book About?
Describing Effective Teams
The Historical and Policy Context for Mental Health Team Working
So What's so Great About Team Working?
Team Design in a Strategic Context
Designing Teams to Respond to Complex Needs
Individual Practice in Teams
The Leadership and Management of Team Process
Looking After Team Members
Staying Effective Over the Long Term.
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STEVE ONYETT is a Senior Development Consultant at the National Institute for Mental Health, and Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Health and Social Care at the University of the West of England.

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STEVE ONYETT is a Senior Development Consultant at the National Institute for Mental Health, and Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Health and Social Care at the University of the West of England.

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