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Changing Practice in Health and Social Care

ISBN-10: 0761964975

ISBN-13: 9780761964971

Edition: 2000

Authors: Celia Davies, Linda Finlay, Anne Bullman

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Changing Practice in Health and Social Care explores the range and depth of recent challenges facing professionals in health and social care.
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Book details

List price: $77.00
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Limited
Publication date: 2/11/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 400
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.298
Language: English

Introduction
Contextualising: Working With Changing Structures
Introduction
Reshaping Welfare
Voices from the Debate
The Public Administration Model of Welfare Delivery
Why Change Policy? Community Care in 1990
Changes in Maternity Policy - Who, What and Why?
Knights, Knaves or Pawns? Human Behaviour and Social Policy
Connecting: Theory, Values and Practice
Theory and Practice in Health and Social Care
Applying Reflective Practice
Reflection and Reflective Practice
Requirements of a Caregiver
The Virtuous Therapist
Social Work Values
Anti-Oppressive Theory and Practice in Social Work
Working with Diversity
Beyond the Factfile
Collaborating: Shifting Boundaries, Changing Practice
Keys to Collaboration
Safe Haven and Battleground
Collaboration and Conflict within the Treatment Team
Structure and Meaning in Multidisciplinary Teamwork
A Split in the Mirror
Using Psychotherapeutic Concepts to Understand Team Conflict
Dropping 'E's
The Missing Link in Quality Assurance for Disabled People
Quality in Personal Social Services
The Developing Role of User Involvement in the UK
Coping: With Challenges and Constraints
Not Such an Ordinary Relationship
The Role of Women Support Staff in Relation to Men with Learning Disabilities Who Have Difficult Sexual Behaviour
Care Costs
Towards a Critical Understanding of Care
Confidentiality, Accountability and the Boundaries of Client-Worker Relationships
Obstacles to Medical Audit
British Doctors Speak
The Accreditation Experience
Resettlement of People with Severe Learning Difficulties
Juggling and Dealing
The Creative Work of Care Package Purchasing
Instruments of Government? Voluntary Sector Boards in a Changing Public Policy Environment
Constructing: Professional Identities
Seeing Anew
Understanding Professional Practice as Artistry
The End of Professionalism
Professionalism and Health Care
Social Work and Professionalisation
A Legacy of Ambivalence
Nurses Taking on Junior Doctors' Work
A Confusion of Accountability
Looking for New Codes in the Field of Predictive Medicine
Care and the Transformation of Professionalism
Creating: A Better Future?
From Private Choice to Public Trust
A New Social Basis for Welfare
User Voice, Interprofessionalism and Postmodernity
Handling the Wicked Issues