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International perspectives on health and social care [electronic resource] : partnership working in action /
edited by Jon Glasby and Helen Dickinson.
imprint
Chichester, U.K. ; Ames, Iowa : Wiley-Blackwell/CAIPE, 2009.
description
xi, 171 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
ISBN
1405167432 (hardback : alk. paper), 9781405167437 (hardback : alk. paper)
format(s)
Book
More Details
imprint
Chichester, U.K. ; Ames, Iowa : Wiley-Blackwell/CAIPE, 2009.
isbn
1405167432 (hardback : alk. paper)
9781405167437 (hardback : alk. paper)
restrictions
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
contents note
Partnership working and organisational culture -- Interprofessional practice -- Partnership working : key concepts and approaches -- Key elements in effective partnership working -- Integrated service models : an exploration of North American models and lessons -- Working across the health and social care boundary -- Partnerships in the digital age -- The economics of integrated care -- Self-management with others : the role of partnerships in supporting self-management for people with long-term conditions -- Self-directed support as a framework for partnership working -- The outcomes of health and social care partnerships.
catalogue key
7961066
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
A Look Inside
About the Author
Author Affiliation
Jon Glasby is Professor of Health and Social Care and Director of the Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham. A board member of the UK's Social Care Institute for Excellence, Jon also sits on the editorial boards of journals such as the Journal of Integrated Care and the International Journal of Integrated Care. Helen Dickinson is a Lecturer in Health Care Policy and Management at the Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham. Helen's main research interest is in inter-agency collaboration and particularly evaluating collaboration in terms of service user outcomes.
Reviews
Review Quotes
"This text is highly recommended. You will find it easy to read and well-designed, with helpful summaries and insightful case studies." (Journal of Interprofessional Care, July 2009)
"This text is highly recommended. You will find it easy to read and well-designed, with helpful summaries and insightful case studies." ( Journal of Interprofessional Care , July 2009)
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Summaries
Main Description
Partnership Working in Health and Social Care adopts a thematic approach to health and social care partnerships. With chapters by leading international commentators, the book covers key topics in partnership with a dual focus on both policy and practice.
Bowker Data Service Summary
This resource adopts a thematic approach to health and social care partnerships. With chapters by leading international commentators, the book covers key topics in partnership with a dual focus on both policy and practice.
Back Cover Copy
This book forms part of a series entitled Promoting Partnership for Health published in association with the UK Centre for the Advancement of Interprofessional Education (CAIPE). The series explores partnership for health from policy, practice and educational perspectives. Whilst strongly advocating the imperative driving collaboration in healthcare, it adopts a pragmatic approach. Far from being starry eyed, the series alerts readers to the pitfalls and ways to avoid them. ____________________________________________________________________________________International Perspectives on Health and Social Care adopts a thematic approach to health and social care partnerships.The book offers workable information on key topics such as integrated service models, partnership working and finance, self-management and the co-ordination of services, individual budgets, managing integration and working across the health and social care boundary. The importance of inter-professional practice is emphasised throughout with a key chapter that explores the knowledge, attitudes and skills required by practitioners from different professional backgrounds in order to work together collaboratively.With chapters by leading international commentators, the book explores key terms and approaches to partnership working, helping readers to consider which way of working may be appropriate for which types of outcomes.
Long Description
This book forms part of a series entitled Promoting Partnership for Health published in association with the UK Centre for the Advancement of Interprofessional Education (CAIPE). The series explores partnership for health from policy, practice and educational perspectives. Whilst strongly advocating the imperative driving collaboration in healthcare, it adopts a pragmatic approach. Far from being starry eyed, the series alerts readers to the pitfalls and ways to avoid them. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------International Perspectives on Health and Social Care adopts a thematic approach to health and social care partnerships.The book offers workable information on key topics such as integrated service models, partnership working and finance, self-management and the co-ordination of services, individual budgets, managing integration and working across the health and social care boundary. The importance of inter-professional practice is emphasised throughout with a key chapter that explores the knowledge, attitudes and skills required by practitioners from different professional backgrounds in order to work together collaboratively.With chapters by leading international commentators, the book explores key terms and approaches to partnership working, helping readers to consider which way of working may be appropriate for which types of outcomes.
Back Cover Copy
This book forms part of a series entitled Promoting Partnership for Health published in association with the UK Centre for the Advancement of Interprofessional Education (CAIPE). The series explores partnership for health from policy, practice and educational perspectives. Whilst strongly advocating the imperative driving collaboration in healthcare, it adopts a pragmatic approach. Far from being starry eyed, the series alerts readers to the pitfalls and ways to avoid them. ____________________________________________________________________________________ International Perspectives on Health and Social Care adopts a thematic approach to health and social care partnerships. The book offers workable information on key topics such as integrated service models, partnership working and finance, self-management and the co-ordination of services, individual budgets, managing integration and working across the health and social care boundary. The importance of inter-professional practice is emphasised throughout with a key chapter that explores the knowledge, attitudes and skills required by practitioners from different professional backgrounds in order to work together collaboratively. With chapters by leading international commentators, the book explores key terms and approaches to partnership working, helping readers to consider which way of working may be appropriate for which types of outcomes.
Table of Contents
Contributorsp. vi
The Seriesp. viii
Forewordp. x
Acknowledgementsp. xii
Introductionp. 1
Partnership working and organisational culturep. 10
Interprofessional practicep. 27
Partnership working: key concepts and approachesp. 42
Key elements in effective partnership workingp. 56
Integrated service models: an exploration of North American models and lessonsp. 68
Working across the health and social care boundaryp. 81
Partnerships in the digital agep. 95
The economics of integrated carep. 107
Self-management with others: the role of partnerships in supporting self-management for people with long-term conditionsp. 121
Self-directed support as a framework for partnership workingp. 136
The outcomes of health and social care partnershipsp. 152
Indexp. 167
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