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Decision Making in Social Work (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 256
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Practical Social Work Series

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15 November 2010

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24 November 2010

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At a time when accountability and the avoidance of risk are increasingly demanded of social work practitioners, the ability to make clear and reasoned professional decisions is essential. This welcome new edition provides a...

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At a time when accountability and the avoidance of risk are increasingly demanded of social work practitioners, the ability to make clear and reasoned professional decisions is essential. This welcome new edition provides a supportive framework for making social work judgements and assessments based on a structured and practical approach.Woven through with practice scenarios applicable to the many facets of social work, this text emphasizes the importance of good decision making to high-quality social work practice. Reassuringly clear throughout, this new addition to the BASW Practical Social Work series is core reading for all involved in the field of social work, whether as students, academics, practitioners or managers.

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Explores the key principles and goals which inform decision making

Reflects on the pressures of making decisions within interprofessional settings

Offers reflexive approaches to analysis, decision making and outcome evaluation

Examines the complex relationship between sound decisions and the attainment of planned outcomes




Provides an accessible discussion and framework for a skill which all students must evidence in order to qualify for practice


Significantly updated to reflect the growing prominence of user involvement and interprofessional collaboration

Preface
Introduction
Making Decisions
Practice Contexts
Involving Service Users and Carers
Working Together
Using Knowledge and Managing Emotions
Framing Situations
Analysing Options
Using Supervision
Decision Making and Decision Outcomes
Glossary

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TERENCE O'SULLIVAN is Principal Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Lincoln, UK. An experienced practitioner, academic and researcher, he has taught and written extensively on decision making in social work practice.

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TERENCE O'SULLIVAN is Principal Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Lincoln, UK. An experienced practitioner, academic and researcher, he has taught and written extensively on decision making in social work practice.

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