|John M Davis||University of Edinburgh, UK|
|Mary Smith||University of Edinburgh, UK|
|© 2012||216 pages||SAGE Publications Ltd|
- roles, policies and practices in integrated services
- quality assessment in a multiprofessional context
- evaluating and developing children and family services
- participation and engagement in integrated family centres
- contemporary leadership and management in multiprofessional teams
- innovative multiprofessional learning
- creative multiprofessional environments.
Each chapter incorporates activities to support professional development. Six chapters analyse: multi-professional case studies on inclusive education; joint assessment and family support; leadership in integrated children's services (education, health and social services); participatory one-stop family centre design; and mentoring in the childcare/early years sector.