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  1. Learning and Teaching in Social Work

    Learning and Teaching in Social Work

    Towards Reflective Practice

    Edited by Margaret Yelloly and Mary Henkel

    This book addresses contemporary themes in the professional education of social workers. The contributors raise important questions about the nature and purpose of professional social work practice in a modern, changing and complex society. Learn More
    1994, 240pp
  2. Good Practice in Risk Assessment and Management 1

    Good Practice in Risk Assessment and Management 1

    Edited by Jacki Pritchard and Hazel Kemshall

    This book provides a complete guide to good practice for those involved in risk assessment and management.. With its strong emphasis on practice, the book examines the key issues and methods of risk measurement, predictability and management, drawing upon the experience of the contributors in a wide variety of social care settings. Learn More
    1995, 224pp
  3. Boring Records?

    Boring Records?

    Communication, Speech and Writing in Social Work

    Katie Prince

    Boring Records? is a practical and eye-opening investigation into the central role of record keeping. Using the first-hand impressions and comments of parents, children and clinical social workers, the author demonstrates the centrality of the work of record keeping for social work practitioners. Learn More
    1996, 224pp
  4. Collaboration in Health and Welfare

    Collaboration in Health and Welfare

    Working with Difference

    Ann Loxley

    This study demystifies the concept of collaboration. The author suggests a framework to enable collaboration to take place, and details the skills which can be used to facilitate the process. She concludes that inter-professional and interagency collaboration can be creative and exciting despite the problems involved. Learn More
    1996, 128pp
  5. Staff Supervision in a Turbulent Environment

    Staff Supervision in a Turbulent Environment

    Managing Process and Task in Front-line Services

    Lynette Hughes and Paul Pengelly

    Focusing on the interaction between supervisor and supervisee in the agency context, this book explores the interdependence of task and process in supervision. The authors conclude that effective service-delivery continues to depend on agencies providing the "thinking space" that supervision represents. Learn More
    1996, 240pp
  6. Communication Skills in Practice

    Communication Skills in Practice

    A Practical Guide for Health Professionals

    Diana Williams

    Recent changes in the health service have highlighted the need for the health professional to have effective communication skills in order to maintain a high quality of service to the client. This book will meet the demands brought about by the changes in role from the student to practitioner through to managerial responsibilities. Learn More
    1997, 336pp
  7. Good Practice in Risk Assessment and Risk Management 2

    Good Practice in Risk Assessment and Risk Management 2

    Key Themes for Protection, Rights and Responsibilities

    Edited by Hazel Kemshall and Jacki Pritchard

    The companion volume to Good Practice in Risk Assessment 1 looks at further issues in the field of risk assessment. Managers are under increasing pressure to predict risk accurately, and face serious consequences for failure. This new collection explores the arguments and means of assessment in a clear and accessible manner. Learn More
    1997, 328pp
  8. Practice Teaching - Changing Social Work

    Practice Teaching - Changing Social Work

    Edited by Hilary Lawson

    In this authoritative book, practitioners and academics discuss and explore the complex issues that arise in practice teaching. The challenges related to the organisational context of social work, the role of the practice teacher as the pivot between theory and practice and the need to ensure the development of a sound value base are all explored. Learn More
    1998, 240pp
  9. Social Workers, the Community and Social Interaction

    Social Workers, the Community and Social Interaction

    Intervention and the Sociology of Welfare

    John Offer

    Social workers are called upon to perform their varied tasks in a wide range of social settings, often involving intensely intimate contact with, and intervention in, a person's private moral and social world. This book demonstrates the practical relevance of recent sociological research for good social work practice. Learn More
    1999, 200pp
  10. Good Practice in Working with Violence

    Good Practice in Working with Violence

    Edited by Hazel Kemshall and Jacki Pritchard

    This book is a comprehensive guide to the techniques and skills required for good practice in assessing and managing violence. Drawing on experiences from contributors from a range of backgrounds, the books discusses the challenges involved in working with violence and its effects. Learn More
    1999, 280pp

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