I had to purchase this book as part of my learning with The Open university. I find it easy to read.
Your Foundation in Health & Social Care: A Guide for Foundation Degree Students Paperback. I had to purchase this book as part of my learning with The Open university. It is clear, concise and contains relevant case studies appropriate to my course. Very good value and pleased with the price and quality.
Volume 28 Issue 1. Margaret Allott and Martin Robb. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 01 January 1999. Journal of Social Policy. Export citation Request permission. Recommend this journal.
An Introductory Reader. Series: Published in association with The Open University. Other Titles in: Other Health Specialties Social Work & Social Policy (General).
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The Reader is divided into five sections focusing on: the experience of caring or being cared for; the environment in which care takes place; the ways in which care has been conceptualized; issues of abuse in care settings; and the pol. Hardcover, 336 pages.
An Introductory Reader (Published in association with The Open University). Published March 23, 1998 by Sage Publications Ltd. There's no description for this book yet. The chapter that follows is a collection of excerpts from a range of publications.
Understanding health and social care: An introductory reader. M Robb, B Featherstone, S Ruxton, M Ward. Journal of Social Work Practice 18 (3), 395-406, 2004. Are Male Role Models Really the Solution?: Interrogating the. A Tarrant, G Terry, MRM Ward, S Ruxton, M Robb, B Featherstone. Boyhood Studies 8 (1), 60-83, 2015. Communication, relationships and care: a reader.
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The English national provider of information about health and social care is the Health and Social Care Information Centre HSCIC . Radcliffe Publishing. Margaret Allott and Martin Robb (1998).
The book features classic readings alongside articles reflecting the most recent theoretical and empirical work. Cutting across the conventional divide between health care and social care, the Reader sets out to link policy to practice in a tangible way, juxtaposing the voices of a range of carers and service users with insights from academic debate and research.
The Reader is divided into five sections focusing on: the experience of caring or being cared for; the environment in which care takes place; the ways in which care has been conceptualized; issues of abuse in care settings; and the pol