The Critical Practitioner in Social Work and Health Care by Dr Sandy Fraser, Sarah Matthews

By Dr Sandy Fraser, Sarah Matthews

The serious Practitioner in Social paintings and health and wellbeing Care takes a complete and reflective examine key components of perform and the demanding situations execs face in education and of their operating lives. The chapters concentrate on the talents and values primary to the worrying position and is helping readers comprehend the significance of having the ability to conform to altering calls for and expectancies.

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A local authority, for example, has many different professions working within its boundaries, tight budgets to manage and prioritise, and responsibilities over consistency and quality in the delivery of service that inevitably lead it to seek greater control over the workplace. At its simplest we can see this argument laid out in the competition between needs-led and resources-led assessment. A trained, qualified social worker deploying their knowledge of assessment might wish for the service-user’s needs to be met regardless of cost.

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