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|ISBN:||1583911758 9781583911754 1583911766 9781583911761|
|Description:||350 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Part II: Policy and interprofessional issues. Leathard, Introduction. Leathard, Policy Overview. Engel, Gursky, Management and interprofessional collaboration. Hugman, Going round in circles? Identifying interprofessional dynamics in Australian health and social welfare. Wall, Some ethical issues arising for interprofessional working. Reeves, Freeth, New Forms of technology, new forms of collaboration? Leathard, Models for interprofessinoal collaboration. Part II: From policy to practice: Working together across profesions, sectors and communities. Miller, Freeman, Clinical Teamwork: The impact of policy on collaborative practice. Meads, New primary care policies: From professions to professionalism. Beattie, Journeys into thirdspace? Health alliances and the challenge of border crossing. Vanclay, Supporting families: An interprofessional approach? Glennie, Safeguarding children together: Adressing the interprofessional agenda. Glendinning, Rummery, Collaboration between primary health and social care: From policy to practice in developing services for older people. Barnes, Disability, user-controlled services -partnership or conflict? Leiba, Mental Health in interprofessional contexts. Park, Under one roof: An experimental interagency service for homeless people in South London. Manthorpe, The Perspective of users and carers. Weinstein, Master and servant: The Myth of equal partnership between the voluntary and statutory sectors. Part III: From policy to practice: Learning together. Barr, Unpacking professional education. Gilbert, Bainbridge, Canada -interprofessional education and collaboration: Theoretical challenges, practical solutions. Willumsen, Breivik, Welfare and educational policy -how do these factors influence interprofessional education? The Norwegian case. Lee, Interprofessional work and education: Developments in Hong Kong. Goble, Multiprofessional education: Global Perspectives. Leathard, Conclusion.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Audrey Leathard ; with a foreword by John Horder.|
'The success of the book lies in its elegant combination of theory and practice, offering the reader a series of critical perspectives embedded in real health and social care situations.' - Anne