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Understanding Interprofessional Working in Health and Social Care

Understanding Interprofessional Working in Health and Social Care

Theory and Practice

  • Author: Katherine Pollard,Judith Thomas,Margaret Miers
  • Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
  • ISBN: 1137155647
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 224
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Using real-life interview extracts, this insightful book presents a contemporary picture of interprofessional collaborative practice in a wide range of settings. Encouraging readers to think critically about their own practice and learning, itdemonstrates how important effective teamwork is in modern the health and social care context.

Interprofessional Working in Health and Social Care

Interprofessional Working in Health and Social Care

Professional Perspectives

  • Author: Judith Thomas,Katherine Pollard,Derek Sellman
  • Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
  • ISBN: 023039342X
  • Category: Social Science
  • Page: 248
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There will always be a need for professionals to work collaboratively if they are to provide the highest standard of care. Interprofessional working encourages practitioners to understand the roles of other professionals and to learn from each other, as well as from service users and carers, to ensure the full benefit of this collaboration is realised. It is an essential element of both education and practice for today's professionals. Interprofessional Working in Health and Social Care discusses the rationale, skills and conditions required for interprofessional working. In addition, it provides an overview of the roles and perspectives of different health professionals across a broad range of expertise: education, housing, medicine, midwifery, nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, police, probation, radiography, social work and youth work. The second edition: • Offers a broad variety of case studies from a range of fi elds and settings. • Includes a new chapter dedicated to interprofessional working with service users and carers. • Looks forward, offering brand new content on new and emerging roles such as specialist paramedics and approved mental health practitioners. This book is a valuable tool for students and practitioners across the health and social care discipline, employing engaging case studies and reflective activities to support learning about interprofessional and interagency collaboration.

Social Work Practice for Promoting Health and Wellbeing

Social Work Practice for Promoting Health and Wellbeing

Critical Issues

  • Author: Liz Beddoe,Jane Maidment
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • ISBN: 1136283951
  • Category: Social Science
  • Page: 280
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Promoting health and wellbeing is an essential part of all effective social work – not just for practice in healthcare settings. In fact, the IFSW holds that ‘social workers in all settings are engaged in health work’ and physical and mental resilience can make a major difference to all service users’ lives. Drawing on international literature and research, the authors collected here encourage thinking about the social, political, cultural, emotional, spiritual, economic and spatial aspects of health and wellbeing, and how they impact on the unique strengths and challenges of working with particular populations and communities. Divided into three parts, the first section outlines the major theoretical paradigms and critical debates around social work and ideas of wellbeing, globalisation, risk and vulnerability, and the natural environment. The second part goes on to explore how diverse understandings of culture, identity, spirituality and health require different strategies for meeting health and wellbeing needs. The final part presents a variety of examples of social work research in relation to health and wellbeing with specific populations, including mental health. Exploring how structural inequality, oppression and stigma can impact upon people, and drawing upon a social model of health, this book is an important read for all practitioners and researchers interested in social work, public health and social inclusion.

Interprofessional Working

Interprofessional Working

An Essential Guide for Health and Social Care Professionals

  • Author: Jane Day
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781408074954
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 192
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This new edition of Interprofessional Working: An Essential Guide for Health and Social Care Professionals provides the underpinning theoretical and practical knowledge all undergraduate nursing and healthcare students will need to learn how to successfully communicate and work effectively as part of an integrated, interprofessional team. As part of the topical Nursing and Health Care Practice series, this highly accessible text offers a host of practice based, real-life scenarios to show theory in practice along with a real –life case studies, boxed features and new activities to develop critical thinking and understanding.

Interprofessional Collaboration

Interprofessional Collaboration

From Policy to Practice in Health and Social Care

  • Author: Audrey Leathard
  • Publisher: Psychology Press
  • ISBN: 9781583911754
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 378
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This book highlights the benefits and factors arising from working together for patients, service users and carers through a review of theoretical models illustrated by relevant examples. (Midwest).

Leading Interprofessional Teams in Health and Social Care

Leading Interprofessional Teams in Health and Social Care

  • Author: Vivien Martin,Anita M. Rogers
  • Publisher: Psychology Press
  • ISBN: 9780415307932
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 186
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The move to multidisciplinary teams in primary care and the emphasis on joined-up working across the human services make it increasingly necessary for health and social care professionals to take on a variety of leadership roles in teams made up of people from different professional backgrounds. This sort of leadership requires different skills from those required when working in the context of a single profession familiar to every member of the team. In Leading Interprofessional Teams in Health and Social Care, the authors use detailed case-studies to explore these skills. Nurses, social workers and other health and social care professionals, specialists and managers are included in the case-studies to demonstrate how leadership and teamworking roles can be taken in different ways and in different circumstances. The final section of the book presents an analysis of the case-studies to draw out the key issues and discusses how readers might develop themselves to be successful leaders and team members in these diverse settings.

Interprofessional Teamwork for Health and Social Care

Interprofessional Teamwork for Health and Social Care

  • Author: Scott Reeves,Simon Lewin,Sherry Espin,Merrick Zwarenstein
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
  • ISBN: 1444347799
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 208
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PROMOTING PARTNERSHIP FOR HEALTH This book forms part of a series entitled Promoting Partnership for Health publishedin association with the UK Centre for the Advancement of Interprofessional Education (CAIPE). The series explores partnership for health from policy, practice and educational perspectives. Whilst strongly advocating the imperative driving collaboration in healthcare, it adopts a pragmatic approach. Far from accepting established ideas and approaches, the series alerts readers to the pitfalls and ways to avoid them. DESCRIPTION Interprofessional Teamwork for Health and Social Care is an invaluable guide for clinicians, academics, managers and policymakers who need to understand, implement and evaluate interprofessional teamwork. It will give them a fuller understanding of how teams function, of the issues relating to the evaluation of teamwork, and of approaches to creating and implementing interventions (e.g. team training, quality improvement initiatives) within health and social care settings. It will also raise awareness of the wide range of theories that can inform interprofessional teamwork. The book is divided into nine chapters. The first 'sets the scene' by outlining some common issues which underpin interprofessional teamwork, while the second discusses current teamwork developments around the globe. Chapter 3 explores a range of team concepts, and Chapter 4 offers a new framework for understanding interprofessional teamwork. The next three chapters discuss how a range of range of social science theories, interventions and evaluation approaches can be employed to advance this field. Chapter 8 presents a synthesis of research into teams the authors have undertaken in Canada, South Africa and the UK, while the final chapter draws together key threads and offers ideas for future of teamwork. The book also provides a range of resources for designing, implementing and evaluating interprofessional teamwork activities.

Interprofessional Social Work:

Interprofessional Social Work:

Effective Collaborative Approaches

  • Author: Anne Quinney,Trish Hafford-Letchfield
  • Publisher: Learning Matters
  • ISBN: 1844457257
  • Category: Social Science
  • Page: 208
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All Social Work students are required to undertake specific learning and assessment in partnership working and information sharing across professional disciplines and agencies. Increasingly, social workers are also finding that they need to deal with a wide range of other professions as part of their daily work. It is essential therefore that social workers can work effectively and collaboratively with these professions while retaining their own values and identity. This updated second edition will prepare social work students to work with a wide variety of professions including youth workers, the police, teachers and educators, the legal profession and health professionals.

Preparing for Interprofessional Teaching

Preparing for Interprofessional Teaching

Theory and Practice

  • Author: Elizabeth Howkins,Julia Bray,Hugh Barr
  • Publisher: Radcliffe Publishing
  • ISBN: 1846190983
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 139
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The book provides a critical exploration of the theory and practice related to teacher preparation for interprofessional learning. It makes an important contribution to the emerging evidence base through an in-depth exploration of the processes involved in teaching complex diverse groups, facilitator preparation, curriculum development and inter-institutional collaboration. Research-based evidence from the Promoting Interprofessional Education (PIPE) project helps teachers to further understand their own practice and build their own theories of teaching interprofessional learning. The enlightening analysis is vital reading for all health and social care professionals (including allied health professionals) involved in formal learning and workplace education. Healthcare education policy makers and shapers will also find it invaluable.

Sharing Assessment in Health and Social Care

Sharing Assessment in Health and Social Care

A Practical Handbook for Interprofessional Working

  • Author: Carolyn Wallace,Michelle Davies
  • Publisher: SAGE
  • ISBN: 1446244962
  • Category: Social Science
  • Page: 216
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"This is an accessible and important text. It is to be commended for bringing together policy and practice on assessment and information sharing across England, Scotland and Wales." - Professor Michael Preston-Shoot, University of Bedfordshire "This new text is a welcome addition to the literature relating to inter-professional working. It offers students from a range of professions a comprehensive guide to current social policy and authoritative guidance on how to conduct a safe and effective assessment." - Soo Moore, City University, London Shared assessment is the standardised approach to assessment and the sharing of information and documentation within and between health and social care. This book offers students and practitioners a step-by-step guide to the process, helping them to overcome some of the anxieties of change and providing realistic guidance on the process. Key features of the book include: - Comprehensive coverage - follows a logical structure looking at context, policy, and practice - A focus on the practitioner's understanding of an individual's experience and the roles of staff within the process - Discussion of confidentiality and anti-discriminatory practice - Four chapter-long case studies that take the reader through the stages of assessment and subsequent roles and responsibilities. The book includes pedagogical features such as a glossary of terms, a Comparative Grid for Standardised Assessment Frameworks, examples of carers' assessments, reflective questions and further reading. It is essential reading for students and practitioners working across health and social care, particularly in social work, nursing and mental health.