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Interprofessional Working for Health and Social Care

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 261
Series:

Community Health Care Series

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Paperback - 9780333645536

18 June 1997

$53.99

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Ebook - 9781349138739

22 December 2015

$43.99

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Written by a nurse, a social worker and a clinical psychologist, this book focuses on interprofessional working at the level of patient or client care. It explores how practitioners from different professions work together...

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Written by a nurse, a social worker and a clinical psychologist, this book focuses on interprofessional working at the level of patient or client care. It explores how practitioners from different professions work together now and in the future. Practical details of day to day working, and how these may change with impending developments in the UK and in Europe, are considered. Ways of improving interprofessional working are discussed and particular attention is paid to collaboration across organisational boundaries.

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Introduction; J.Ovretveit, T.Thompson & P.Mathias
Four Ways to Describe a Multidisciplinary Team; J.Ovretveit
Planning and Managing Teams; J.Ovretveit
A Case Example: A Review of a Community Mental Health Team; J.Ovretveit
Patient Power, Client Participation and Interprofessional Working; J.Ovretveit
Preparation for Interprofessional Work: Trends in Education, Training and the Structure of Qualifications in the UK; P.Mathias & T.Thompson
Preparation for Interprofessional Work: Holism, Integration and the Purpose of Interprofessional Training; P.Mathias, R.Prime & T. Thompson
The Development of Shared Learning: Conspiracy or Constructive Development; J.Weinstein
The Functional Map of Health and Social Care; L.Mitchell & M.Coats
Interprofessional Collaboration: Problems and Prospects; S.Biggs.
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Ann Long is Lecturer in Nursing at the School of Health Sciences, University of Ulster.

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Ann Long is Lecturer in Nursing at the School of Health Sciences, University of Ulster.

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