Collaborative Care. Interprofessional, Interagency and Interpersonal. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 2221490
  • Book
  • 244 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Practitioners of all professions recognise the need and importance of collaboration, yet many find it far from easy to achieve. One way to find help in understanding the nature and complexity of collaborative practice is to study the dynamic nature of relationships that transcend boundaries between users and professional providers, and between different professional groups. The heightened interest in new ways of working together in health and social care has merited a new edition of this excellent text. With the help of four new contributors the focus of the original text has been retained but also enlarged in order to address collaborative relationships within organisational hierarchies of health and social care.
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Part I – Introduction:.

Difficulties in working together; A relational approach to collaboration; Provision of help and helping relationships – Collaboration framework I; Primary collaboration; Secondary and participatory collaboration; Facework structures and the resource pool – Collaborative framwork II; Practitioners, carers and volunteers;.

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Part II – Identity and boundaries:.

The importance of identity and role; Working–identity and collaboration; Working–Identity – The defended position; Professional and agency identity – The separatist position; Province, domain and facework functions: Collaborative framework III – Developing collaborative practice; Working together – Towards a collaborative ethos; Consequences of institutional anxiety:.

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Part III – Organisations and contexts:.

The environment of collaborative care; The three collaborative frameworks.

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Sally Hornby
Jo Atkins
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