Interprofessional Social Work
Effective Collaborative Approaches
- Anne Quinney - Bournemouth University, UK
- Trish Hafford-Letchfield - Middlesex University, UK
"Comprehensive, readable book…Integration of NOS and QAA benchmarks help students and assessors to understand and chart learning. A very valuable resource" (Practice Learning Co-ordinator, NEWI)
Helpful overview, exploring different areas of practice
Clear evaluation of Inter professional Social Work.
A good examination of the opportunities and challenges. This provides a coherent approach to the subject and assists learners to develop their own thinking and make links to contemporary practice.
Good introduction to collaborative working
This is a very useful introductory text book on partnership working for undergraduate social work students.
This is a relevant title which maintains practical approaches to collaborative practice in social work. It is important because it points out the need for multidisiplinary awareness and understanding, especially as an introductory element to any health and social care student.
This book gives a good overview of the current literature and thoughts about collaborative approaches. Especially chapter 5 is for my context (Master SEN) interesting. The book offers rich back ground information. The drawback for us is its focus on - just - the UK context.
This book provides a very good overview of multi-agency working and applies it to different settings. I found the chapter on the 'justice context' useful.
I found this book particularly well structured for the BA Social Work students, and insightful in supporting lecture preparation, I have included this text on the recommended reading list for the Interprofessional Practice course.