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Changing Practice in Health and Social Care

Celia Davies The Open University
Linda Finlay The Open University
Anne Bullman The Open University
© 2000   400 pages   SAGE Publications Ltd   
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Paperback ISBN: 9780761964971 £26.99
Hardcover ISBN: 9780761964964 £66.00
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Introduction
PART ONE: CONTEXTUALISING: WORKING WITH CHANGING STRUCTURES
Introduction
Reshaping Welfare L J C Jones
Voices from the Debate
The Public Administration Model of Welfare Delivery T Butcher
Why Change Policy? Community Care in 1990 J Lewis and H Glennerster
Changes in Maternity Policy - Who, What and Why? F Brooks
Knights, Knaves or Pawns? Human Behaviour and Social Policy J Le Grand
PART TWO: CONNECTING: THEORY, VALUES AND PRACTICE
Theory and Practice in Health and Social Care N Thompson
Applying Reflective Practice C Nash
Reflection and Reflective Practice F H Quinn
Requirements of a Caregiver T Kitwood
The Virtuous Therapist R Barnitt
Social Work Values S Banks
Anti-Oppressive Theory and Practice in Social Work S Pinkney
Working with Diversity L Culley
Beyond the Factfile
PART THREE: COLLABORATING: SHIFTING BOUNDARIES, CHANGING PRACTICE
Keys to Collaboration S Braye and M Preston-Shoot
Safe Haven and Battleground L Finlay
Collaboration and Conflict within the Treatment Team
Structure and Meaning in Multidisciplinary Teamwork C Cott
A Split in the Mirror K Dent-Brown
Using Psychotherapeutic Concepts to Understand Team Conflict
Dropping `E's M Priestley
The Missing Link in Quality Assurance for Disabled People
Quality in Personal Social Services B Beresford, S Croft, C Evans and T Harding
The Developing Role of User Involvement in the UK
PART FOUR: COPING: WITH CHALLENGES AND CONSTRAINTS
Not Such an Ordinary Relationship D Thompson, I Clare and H Brown
The Role of Women Support Staff in Relation to Men with Learning Disabilities Who Have Difficult Sexual Behaviour
Care Costs P Smith and E Agard
Towards a Critical Understanding of Care
Confidentiality, Accountability and the Boundaries of Client-Worker Relationships S Shardlow
Obstacles to Medical Audit N Black and E Thompson
British Doctors Speak
The Accreditation Experience E Scrivens
Resettlement of People with Severe Learning Difficulties C Corkish and B Heyman
Juggling and Dealing D Leat and E Perkins
The Creative Work of Care Package Purchasing
Instruments of Government? Voluntary Sector Boards in a Changing Public Policy Environment M Harris
PART FIVE: CONSTRUCTING: PROFESSIONAL IDENTITIES
Seeing Anew D Fish and C Coles
Understanding Professional Practice as Artistry
The End of Professionalism G Southon and J Braithwaite
Professionalism and Health Care M Saks
Social Work and Professionalisation S Rashid
A Legacy of Ambivalence
Nurses Taking on Junior Doctors' Work S Dowling et al
A Confusion of Accountability
Looking for New Codes in the Field of Predictive Medicine L Archer
Care and the Transformation of Professionalism C Davies
PART SIX: CREATING: A BETTER FUTURE?
From Private Choice to Public Trust M Barnes and D Prior
A New Social Basis for Welfare
User Voice, Interprofessionalism and Postmodernity S Biggs
Handling the Wicked Issues M Clarke and J Stewart

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