By Jenny Weinstein, Colin Whittington, Tony Leiba, Ruth Gardner
New or skilled social staff who're constructing their collaborative perform with provider clients and carers and with different execs, will locate this e-book to be a vital resource of data, abilities and matters for mirrored image. The authors clarify how practitioners in social care, future health and comparable sectors can paintings extra successfully jointly in keeping with present advancements in coverage and perform, supplying a serious appraisal either one of the advantages and the demanding situations. The authors discover definitions of collaborative paintings, describe coverage and study and provides examples from their stories of interprofessional perform. They emphasize the significance of establishing actual partnerships among pros, and with provider clients and carers in making plans and offering care, provider improvement and examine. solid perform in collaborative operating is defined with assorted teams, together with older humans, individuals with psychological healthiness wishes, young children and households and other people with studying disabilities. Exploring the ways that shared values and collaborative operating practices could be introduced jointly for powerful interprofessional provision of user-focused companies, this informative publication is a must-read for social staff and different execs concerned with social care and overall healthiness providers.
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This chapter develops a model of collaboration that describes and links key participants, the service users, carers and professionals, and the teams and organizations to which they relate. The world of care practice is complex and becoming more so. There are new kinds of organization and there are changes in established relationships between care professionals, agencies and those who use and participate in care services (see Chapter 1). The model aims to lend order to that complexity. Its objective is to assist both the practice and analysis of collaboration by providing a framework that addresses separately, and in a connected way, the people and groups involved and their interactions.
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The world of care practice is complex and becoming more so. There are new kinds of organization and there are changes in established relationships between care professionals, agencies and those who use and participate in care services (see Chapter 1). The model aims to lend order to that complexity. Its objective is to assist both the practice and analysis of collaboration by providing a framework that addresses separately, and in a connected way, the people and groups involved and their interactions.
Collaboration in Social Work Practice by Jenny Weinstein, Colin Whittington, Tony Leiba, Ruth Gardner