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Post-qualifying social work practice

Author: P E Higham
Publisher: Los Angeles : SAGE, 2009.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This title provides an overview of the post-qualifying awards in social work. Written in response to policy and training guidelines, the book will help social workers enhance their post-qualifying knowledge, skills and values within specialist areas of practice.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: P E Higham
ISBN: 9781446206225 144620622X 9781446216125 1446216128
OCLC Number: 797818178
Description: 1 online resource (x, 250 pages)
Contents: Preface - Stuart BrookList of contributorsIntroduction What is post qualifying social work practice? - Patricia HighamPART ONE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS FOR PQ PRACTICE - Patricia HighamContinuing professional development and post qualifying social work frameworks - Patricia Higham flagships for social work reform or sinking ships?Consolidating values in PQ practice - Kish Bhatti-SinclairPartnerships with people who use service and carers - Patricia Higham and Claire TorkingtonPART TWO SPECIALIST PRACTICE - Patricia HighamChildren, young people, their families and carers - Celia Doyle and Susan KennedyPQ social work practice in mental health - Ric BowlSocial work and older people, - a view from over Offa's Dyke - Aled Wyn Griffiths, Joanna Griffiths and Averil JarrettEngaging with the social model of disability - Bob SapeyLearning disability - Kathy Boxall and Speakup Self Advocacy and Eastwood Action GroupEuropean skills and models: the relevance of the social pedagogue - Jacob Kornbeck and Eunice LumsdenPART THREE PQ FUNCTIONS - Patricia HighamInter-professional learning and multi-professional practice for PQ - Roger SmithResearch and reflective practice - Eithne Darragh and Brian TaylorPractice education - Patricia Higham and Mavis SharpLeadership and management - Victoria Stewart, Laurence Taylor Clarke, and Joyce LishmanPART FOUR LEARNING ORGANISATIONS AND CRITICALITY - Patricia HighamEmployment perspectives - Nicholas Blinston and Patricia HighamPQ issues, career development and criticality - Patricia Higham
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Brings together contributions from a wide range of practitioners and academics to explore the knowledge, skills and values required of a social worker upon qualification and beyond.  Read more...

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