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Macmillan Higher Education Palgrave Higher Education

Interprofessional issues in community and primary health care

ISBN 9780333595657
Publication Date June 1995
Formats Paperback 
Publisher Palgrave

Dramatic reforms in the NHS and the social services in the 1980s and 1990s have highlighted the need for close co-operation between professional groups. Doctors, nurses and social workers are increasingly taking roles as managers with financial responsibility for services. The varying backgrounds of education and socialisation of managers and different professional groups creates barriers to mutual understanding and to effective and efficient care. This book sets out to examine inter-professional work looking at theories and frameworks and focusing on the important areas where systems fail because of lack of collaboration. This text will contribute to the knowledge of inter-professional relationships and can be used as a basic guide to the issues involved, the services that require a multidisciplinary approach, and the strategies for working together.

Preface;J.Horder
Introduction; P.Owens & J.Carrier
PART I THEORETICAL ISSUES Professionalism and Inter-professionalism in Health and Community Care: Some Theoretical Issues; J.Carrier & I.Kendall
Professionals and Management; P.Owens & H.Petch
Ethical and Resource Issues in Health and Social Care; A.Wall
The Market and Professional Frameworks; A.Cohen
PART II INTERPROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION IN ACTION Elderly Care; G.Wilson & J.Dockrell
Child Protection; E.Birchell
Mental Health Services; R.Corney
Palliative Care; P.Owens
Primary Health Care; M.Jefferys
PART III INSIDE TEAMWORK Learning to Work Effectively in Teams; P.Pritchard.

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