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Chapter 1

Catanis, A.C. (1992) Learning, 3rd edn., Upper Saddle River, N.J., Prentice-Hall

Rose, J. (2001) The Mature Student’s Guide to Writing, Basingstoke, Palgrave

Marshall, L. and Rowland, F. (1998) A Guide to Learning Independently, Buckingham, Open University Press


Chapter 2

Baddeley, A. (1994) Your Memory: A User's Guide, Harmondsworth, Penguin

Barnes, R. (2005) Successful Study for Degrees, 3rd edn., London, Routledge

Cottrell, S. (1999) The Study Skills Handbook, Basingstoke, Palgrave

Northedge, A. (2005) The Good Study Guide Buckingham, Open University

Peck, J., and Coyle, M. (1999) The Student’s Guide to Writing, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan



Chapter 3

Alcock, C., Payne, S. and Sullivan, M. (2000) Introducing Social Policy, Harlow,


Alcock, P. (2006) Social Policy in Britain, 2nd edn., Basingstoke, Palgrave

Baggott, R. (2004) Health and Health Care in Britain, 3 rd edn., Basingstoke, Palgrave

Klein, R. (2000) The New Politics of the NHS, Upper Saddle River, NJ., Prentice-Hall

Malin, N., Wilmot, S. and Manthorpe, J. (2002) Key Concepts and Debates in Health and

Social Policy, Buckingham, Open University

Thane, P. (1996) Foundations of the British Welfare State, Harlow, Longman

Wilkinson, r. (1996) Health and Social Organisastion: Towards a Health Policy for the 21 st Century, London, Routledge






Chapter 4

Alcock, P. (1997) Understanding Poverty, 2nd edn., Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan

Best, S. (2005) Understanding Social Divisions, London, Sage

Bilton, T. et al. (2002) Introductory Sociology, 4th edn Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan

Byrne, D. (1999) Social Exclusion, Buckingham, Open University

Goodman, A., Johnson, P. and Webb, S. (1997) Inequality in the UK, Oxford, Oxford

University Press

Hughes, G. (ed) (2000) Imagining Welfare Futures, London, Routledge

Payne, G. (2006) Social Divisions, Basingstoke, Palgrave

Pilkington, A. (2003) Racial Disadvantage and Ethnic Diversity in Britain, Basingstoke,


Powell, M. (2000) 'New Labour and the Third Way in the British Welfare State: A New

and Distinctive Approach ' Critical Social Policy, 62, 20(1): 139-60





Chapter 5

Dalrymple, J. and Burke, B. (1995) Anti-Oppressive Practice: Social Care and the Law, Buckingham, Open Unversity Press

Robinson, L. (1998) Race, Communication and the Caring Professions, Buckingham, Open University Press

Scullion, P. (2000) ‘Enabling Disabled People: Responsibilities of Nurse Education’ British Journal of Nursing, Vol. 9 Issue 15 10 Aug pp. 1010

Smith, R. (2005) Values and Practice in Children's Services, Basingstoke, Palgrave

Symonides, J. (2000) Human Rights: Concepts and Standards, place Unesco

Wilmot, S. (1997) The Ethics of Community Care, London, Cassell


Chapter 6

Ross, J.S., Wilson, J.W., Wayle, A. and Grant, A. 2004 Anatomy and Physiology in

Health and Illness, 9th edn., Amsterdam, Netherlands, Elsevier

Tortora, G., and Grabowski, s. (2002) Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, 10 th edn, New York, Harper Collins


Chapter 7

Phares, J.E. (1997) Introduction to Personality, 5th edn., New York, Harper Collins

Scott, P. and Spencer, C. (1998) Psychology: A Contemporary Introduction, Oxford,


Trew, K. and Kremer, J. (1998) Gender and Psychology, London, Arnold Hodder


Chapter 8

Berk, L.E. (2000) Development through the Lifespan, 3rd edn., Boston, MA., Allyn and


Carter, B. and McGoldrick, M. (eds) (1998) The Expanded Family Life Cycle: Individual, Family and Social Perspectives, 3 rd edn., Harlow, Allyn and Bacon

Daniel, B., Wassell, S. and Gilligan, R. (2000) Child Development for Child Care and

Protection Workers, London, Jessica Kingsley

Hunt, S. (2005) The Life Course: A Sociological Introduction, Basingstoke, Macmillan

Schaffer, H.R. (2004) Introducing Child Psychology, Oxford, Blackwell

Smith, E.R. and Mackie, D.M. 2007 Social Psychology, 3rd edn., Hove, East Sussex,

Psychology Press


Chapter 9

Bennett, G. et al., (1997) Dimensions of Elder Abuse: Perspectives from Practitioners,

Basingstoke, Macmillan

Calder, M. (2004) Children Living with Domestic Violence: Towards a Framework for

Assessment and Intervention, Lyme Regis, Russell House

Dobash, R.E. (1998) Rethinking Violence Against Women, London, Sage

Kemshall, H. and Pritchard, J. (ed) (2000) Good Practice in Working with Victims of

Violence, London, Jessica Kingsley

Sumner, K. (2002) No Secrets: The Protection of Vulnerable Adults from Abuse: Local

Codes of Practice, London, Centre for Policy on Ageing


Chapter 10

Buckley, H. (2003) Child Protection Work, London, Jessica Kingsley

Corby, B., Doig, A. and Roberts, V. (2001) Public Inquiries into Abuse of Children in

Residential Care, London, Jessica Kingsley

DoH (1995) Child Protection: Messages from Research, London, HMSO

Hill, M. (1999) Effective Ways of Working with Children and their Families, London,

Jessica Kingsley






Chapter 11

Kasperson, R.E. et al., (1988) ‘The Social Amplification of Risk: A Conceptual Framework’ Risk Analysis, Vol. 8, Issue 2, pp. 177-87

Kemshall, H. (2002) Risk, Social Policy and Welfare, Buckingham, Open University

Klemens, E.L. and Hayes, H.E. (1997) ‘Asessing and Balancing Elder Risk, Safety and Autonomy: Decision-making Practices of Health Care Professionals’ Home Health Care Quarterly, 16, (3), pp. 3-20

Lupton, D. (1999) Risk and Sociocultural Theory: New Directions and Perspectives, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press

Mandelstam, M. (2002) Manual Handling in Health and Social Care: An A-Z of Law and

Practice, London, Jessica Kingsley

Petersen, A. and Lupton, D. (1997) The New Public Health: Health and Self in the Age of Risk, London, Sage


Chapter 12

Bradley, G. and Manthorpe, J. (1997) Dilemmas of Financial Assessment, Birmingham,

Dalley, G. (1996) Ideologies of Caring, Basingstoke, Macmillan

DoH (2004) An Easy Guide to Direct Payments: Giving You the Choice and Control, London, DoH

Heron, C. (1998) Working with Carers, London, Jessica Kingsley

NHS Modernisation Agency (2005) Case Management Competencies for the Care of

People with Long Term Conditions, London DoH

Venture Press

Warner, N. (1994) Community Care: Just a Fairy Tale? London, National Carers Association


Chapter 13

Cheston, R. and Bender, M. (1999) Understanding Dementia: The Man with the Worried

Eyes, London, Jessica Kingsley

Easterbrook, L. (2003) Moving on From Community Care: The Treatment, Care and

Support of Older People in England, London, Age Concern

Feil, N. (2002) The Validation Breakthrough: Simple Techniques for Communicating

with People with 'Alzheimer's-Type Dementia', London, Jessica Kingsley

Glasby, J. and Littlechild, R. (2004) The Health and Social Care Divide: The

Experiences of Older People, Bristol, Policy Press

Harding, N. and Pulfrey, C. (1997) The Social Construction of Dementia, London, Jessica Kingsley

Hunter, S. (1997) Dementia: Challenges and New Directions, London, Jessica Kingsley

MacKinley, E. (2001) The Spiritual Dimension of Ageing, London, Jessica Kingsley

Thompson, N. (1995) Age and Dignity: Working with Older People, Aldershot, Arena





Chapter 14

Beresford, B. (1994) Positively Parents: Caring for a Severely Disabled Child,

Briggs, F. (1995) Developing Personal Safety Skills in Children with Disabilities, London, Jessica Kingsley

Council for Disabled Children (CDC) (2000) Second Analysis of the Quality Protects Action Plans: Services for Disabled Children and their Families, London, CDC

Connors, C. and Stalker, K. (2002) The Views and Experiences of Disabled Children and

Their Siblings, London, Jessica Kingsley

Densham, J. (1994) Deaf Children and their Families, Aldershot, Arena

DoH (2002) Keys to Partnership: Working Together to Make a Difference in People’s Lives, London, DoH


Chapter 15

Attwood, T. (1998) Asperger’s Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals, London, Jessica Kingsley

Barnes, C. and Mercer, G. (1997) Doing Disability Research, Leeds, The Disability Press

DoH (1994) Implementing Caring for People: It’s Our Lives – Community Care for People with Learning Difficulties, London, DoH

Friel, J. (1995) Children with Special Needs, London, Jessica Kingsley

Mir, G., Nocon, A. and Ahmad, W. with Jones, L. (2001) Learning Difficulties and Ethnicity: Report to the Department of Health, London, DoH

Pritchard, J. (ed) (2001) Good Practice with Vulnerable Adults, London, Jessica Kingsley

Ramcharam, P., Roberts, G., Grant, G. and Borland, J. (1997) Empowerment in Everyday Life: Learning Disability, London, Jessica Kingsley



Learning Disabilities Research and Practice

Journal of Intellectual Disability


www.learningdisabilities.org.uk The home page of the Foundation for People with Learning Difficulties




Chapter 16

Aggleton, P., Hurry, J. and Warwick, I. (2000) Young People and Mental Health,

Chichester, John Wiley

Dogra, N., Parking, A., Gale, F. and Frake, C. (2001) A Multidisciplinary Handbook of

Child and Adolescent Mental Health for Front-line Professionals , London, Jessica


Mental Health Foundation (1999) Bright Futures: Promoting Children and Young People’s Mental Health, London, MHF

Onyett, S. (2003) Teamworking in Mental Health, Basingstoke, Palgrave

Ritchie, J., Dick, D. and Lingham, R. (1994) Report of the Inquiry into the Care and Treatment of Christopher Clunis, London, HMSO

Ryan, T. and Pritchard, J. (ed) (2004) Good Practice in Adult Mental Health, London,

Jessica Kingsley



Journal of Mental Health

Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing


Chapter 17

Butler, I. and Roberts, G. (2004) Work with Children and Families: Getting into Practice, 2 nd edn., London, Jessica Kingsley

Hoksbergen, R.A.C. (1996) Adopting a Child, London, Jessica Kingsley

Dwivedi, K.N. (ed) (2002) Meeting the Needs of Ethnic Minority Children - Including

Refugee, Black and Mixed Parentage Children , 2nd edn., London, Jessica Kingsley

Horwath, J. (ed) (2001) The Child’s World, London, Jessica Kingsley

Hughes, E. et al., (2006) Good Childhood? A Question for our Times. Launch Report of The Good Childhood National Inquiry, London, The Children’s Society

Sinclair, I. (2005) Fostering Now: Messages from Research, London, Jessica Kingsley



Child and Family Social Work

Adoption and Fostering

Children and Society




Chapter 18

Greenstein, B. 2004 Trounce's Clinical Pharmacology for Nurses, 17th edn., Edinburgh,

Churchill Livingstone


Chapter 19


Bloor, M. and Wood, F. (1998) Addictions and Problem Drug Use:

Issues in Behaviour, Policy and Practice , London, Jessica Kingsley

Jenkins, R. (2005) Cannabis and Young People: Reviewing the

Evidence , London, Jessica Kingsley



Bien, T.H., Miller, W.R. and Tonigan, J.S. (1999) ‘Brief Interventions for Alcohol Problems: A Review’ Addiction, Vol. 88, Issue 3, pp. 315-36

Long, C.G., Williams, M. and Hollin, C.R. (1998) ‘Treating Alcohol Problems: A Study of Programme Effectiveness and Cost Effectiveness According to Length and Delivery of Treatment’ Addiction, Vol. 93, No. 4, 1 April, pp. 561-71

Tunnard, J. (2002) Parental Problem Drinking and Its Impact on children www.rip.org.uk



Jarman, M., Smith, J.A. and Walsh, S. (1997) ‘The Psychological Battle for Control: A Qualitative Study of Health-care Professionals’ Understandings of the Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa’ Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, Dec., Vol. 72 pp. 137-52

McFarland, b. (1995) Brief Therapy and Eating Disorders, San Francisco, Jossey-Bass




Crofton, J. and Simpson, D. 2002, Tobacco - A Global Threat, Basingstoke, Macmillan

Guidance on the prevention of smoking in public places:


guidance on certain forms of treatment, including nicotine replacement therapy and

bupropion for stopping smoking:



Chapter 20

Croall, H. (1998) Crime and Society in Britain, London, Longman

McIvor, G. (1995) Working with Offenders, London, Jessica Kingsley

Tierney, J. (1996) Criminology: Theory and Context, London, Prentice-Hall

Williams, B. (2001) Reparation and Victim-Focused Social Work, London, Jessica



Chapter 21

Anon (2002) ‘Guidelines for Hand Hygiene in Health-Care Settings’ Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, Oct 25 Vol. 51 No RR – 16 Atlanta, GA., US Dept of Health and Human Services

Pitet, D. et al., (2001) ‘Effectiveness of a Hospital-Wide Programme to Improve Compliance with Hand Hygiene’ The Lancet, Vol. 356, Issue 9238, pp. 1307-12


Chapter 22

Ayliffe, G.A.J., Lowbury, E.J.L., Geddes, A.M. and Williams, J.D. (1992) Control of Hospital Infection: A Practical Handbook, London, Chapman Hall

Boyce, J.M. (1999) ‘Editorial’ Annals of Internal Medicine, 19 Jan., Vol. 130, No. 2, p. 15

Salemi, C., Canola, M.T. and Eck, E.K. (2000) ‘Handwashing and Physicians, How to Get Them Together’ American Journal of Infection Control, Feb., 28 (1) Vol. 76


Chapter 23

Ahmad, J.I. (2000) ‘The Vitamins: Fundamental Aspects In Nutrition and Health’ Nutrition, Vol. 35, Issue 3, pp. 359-60

Gregory, J. (1990) The Dietary and Nutritional Survey of British Adults: A Survey of the Dietary Behaviour, Nutritional Status and Blood Pressure of Adults Aged 16 to 64 Living in Great Britain, London, HMSO

Jelliffe, D. (1997) ‘The Assessment of the Nutritional Status of the Community’ Nutrition, Vol. 13, Issue 7-8, P. 714


Chapter 24

Sobel, D.S. (1995) ‘Rethinking Medicine: Improving Health Outcomes with Cost-Effective Psychosocial Interventions’ Psychosomatic Medicine, Vol. 57, No. 3, pp. 234-44

Shumaker, S.A. et al., (1994) ‘Health-related Quality of Life Measures for Women with Urinary Incontinence: The Incontinence Impact Questionnaire and the Urinogenital distress Inventory’ Quality of Life Research, Vol. 3, No. 5 pp. 291-306

Ingela, K. and Glise, H. (1998) ‘Quality of Life in Different Gastrointestinal Conditions’ European Journal of Surgery, Dec., Vol. 164, Issue 12, Supplement 582, pp. 56-61

Rovner, Es. Et al., (2002) ‘Evaluation and Treatment of the Overactive Bladder’ Revista do Hospital das Clinicas, Vol. 57, No. 1, pp. 39-48


Chapter 25

Hyams, K.C. (1998) ‘Developing Case Definitions for Symptom-based Conditions: The Problems of Specificity’ Epidemiological Reviews, Vol. 20, No. 2, pp. 148-56

Bayliss, E.A. et al., (2003) ‘Descriptions of Barriers to Self-Care by persons with Comorbid Chronic Diseases’ Annals of Family Medicine, No. 1, pp. 15-21

Sims, A. (2003) Symptoms in the Mind: An Introduction to Descriptive Psychopathology, 3 rd edn., Los Angeles, California, W.B. Saunders


Chapter 26

Cesare, P. and Ollat, H. (1997) ‘Pain and its Treatments’ European Neurology, Vol. 38, No. 3, pp. 209-15

Guzman, J. (2002) ‘Multidisciplinary Bio-psychosocial Rehabilitation for Chronic Low Back Pain’ Evidence Based Nursing Oct. Vol. 5 No. 4 pp. 116

Kroenke, K. and Mangelsdorff, A.D. (1989) ‘Common Symptoms in Ambulatory Care: Incidence, Evaluation, Therapy and Outcomes’ American Journal of Medicine Mar., Vol. 86, No. 3, pp. 262-5


Chapter 27

Douglas, W.S. and Simpson, N.B. (1995) ‘Guidelines for the Management of Chronic Venous Leg Ulceration. Report of a Multidisciplinary Workshop’ British Journal of Dermatology, March, Vol. 132, No. 3, p. 444

Atwal, A. and Caldwell, K. (2002) ‘Do Multidisciplinary Integrated Care Pathways Improve Interprofessional Collaboration?’ Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, Dec., Vol. 16, No. 4, p. 360

Boulton, A.J., Meneses, P. and Ennis, W.J. (1999) ‘Diabetic Foot Ulcers: A Framework for Prevention and Care’ Wound Repair and Regeneration, Jan., Vol. 7, No. 1, p. 7


Chapter 28

Collick, e. (1993) Through Grief: The Bereavement Journey, Mirfield


Keogh, K., Jeffrey, D. and Flanagan, S. (1999) ‘The Palliative Care Education Group (PEGG): ‘An Integrated Model of Multidisciplinary Education in Palliative Care’ European Journal of Cancer Care, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 44-7

Lawton, J. (2000) The Dying Process: Patients’ Experiences of Palliative Care, London, Routledge


Chapter 29

Cougher, L. (ed) (2001) Occupational Therapy for Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone

James, A. (1994) Managing to Care, Harlow, Longman

Parker, J. and Bradley, G. (2003) Social Work Practice: Assessment, Planning,

Intervention and Review, Exeter, Learning Matters


Chapter 30

Challis, D., Darton, R. and Stewart, K. (1998) Community Care, Secondary Health Care and Care Management, Aldershot, Ashgate

Percy-Smith, J. (ed) (1996) Needs Assessment in Public Policy, Buckingham, Open University Press

Prance, N. (1993) ‘Travelling Companions’ Nursing Times, Feb. 3 rd, Vol 89, No 5, pp. 28-30

Rapp, C.A. (1989) ‘The Strengths Model of Case Management: Results from Twelve Demonstrations’ Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal 13 (1) pp. 23-32

Rapp, C.A. (1994) The Strengths Perspective of Case Management with Persons suffering from Severe Mental Illness, in D. Saleeby (ed) The Strength of Social Work: Power in the People, New York, Longman

Richards, S. (1994) ‘Making Sense of Needs Assessment’ Research, Policy and Planning, Vol. 12 No 1 pp. 5-9

Seed, P. and Kay, G. (1994) Handbook for Assessing and Managing Care in the Community, London, Jessica Kingsley

Taylor, B. and Devine, T. (1993) Assessing Needs and Planning Care in Social Work, Aldershot, Arena


Chapter 31

Baldwin, M. (2000) Care Management and Community Care: Social Work Discretion and the Construction of Policy, Aldershot, Ashgate

Horgan, G. (1998) ‘Involving Children and Young People in Care Planning’ Research Policy and Planning 16, 3, pp. 16-22

Taylor, M. and Vigars, C. (1993) Management and Delivery of Social Care, Harlow, Longman


Chapter 32

DoH (1994) Implementing Caring for People: It’s Our Lives – Community Care for People with Learning Difficulties, London, DoH

NHS Modernisation Agency (2005) Case Management Competencies for the Care of People with Long Term Conditions, London DoH

Sinclair, R. (1998) ‘Involving Children in Planning their Care’ Child and Family Social Work, 5, 3, pp. 235-43


Chapter 33

DoH (1998) They Look After Their Own, Don’t They? Inspection of Community Care Services, London, DoH

Malin, N. (1994) Implementing Community Care, Harlow, Longman

Newton, J., et al. (1996) Care Management: Is It Working? London, Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health

Phillipps, J. and Penhale, B. (eds) (1996) Receiving Care Management for Older People, London, Jessica Kingsley

Service Users Advisory Group (2001) Nothing About Us Without Us, London, DoH


Chapter 34

Brink-Budgen, R. (2000) Critical Thinking for Students: Learn the Skills of Critical Assessment and Effective Argument, 3 rd edn., Oxford, How to Books

Fook, J. (ed) (1996) The Reflective Researcher, London, Allen and Unwin

Halpern, D. (1997) Critical Thinking Across the Curriculum, New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates


Chapter 35

Bryman, A. (2001) Social Research Methods, Oxford, Oxford University Press

Eby, M.A. (2000) 'Producing Evidence Ethically' in R. Gomm and C. Davies (ed) Using

Evidence in Health and Social Care, London, Sage

Horne, T. (1995) Making a Difference: Program Evaluation for Health Promotion, Edmonton, AL., WellQuest Consulting

Trinder, E. and Reynolds, S. (eds) (2000) Evidence-based Practice: A Critical Appraisal,

Oxford, Blackwell Science





Chapter 36

Clark, C. and Lapsley, I. (1994) Performance Review and Quality in Social Care,

London, Jessica Kingsley

O’Neale, V. (2002) Excellence not Excuses: Inspection of Services for Ethnic Minority Children and Families, London, DoH

Stahr, H. (2001) ‘Developing a Culture of Quality Within the UK Healthcare System’ International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, July, Vol. 14, Issue, 4, pp. 174-80

Stevenson, O. (ed) (1989) Child Abuse: Professional Practice and Public Policy, London, Harvester Wheatsheaf

Wallis, L. and Frost, N. (1998) Cause for Complaint: The Complaints Procedure for Young People in Care, London, The Children’s Society






Chapter 37

Hart, C. (2001) Doing a Literature Search: A Comprehensive Guide for the Social Sciences, Buckingham, Open University Press

Malin, N. (2000) Professionalism, Boundaries and the Workplace, London, Routledge

Redman, P. (2001) Good Essay Writing: A Social Sciences Guide, London, Sage


Chapter 38

Bracht, N. (1990) Health Promotion at the Community Level, Newbury Park, Sage

Rissel, C. (1994) ‘Empowerment: the holy grail of health promotion?’ Health Promotion International, (9) 1: 39-47

Renwick, R., Brown, I. And Nagler, M. (eds) (1996) Quality of Life in Health Promtoion and Rehabilitation: Conceptual approaches, Issues and Applications, Thousand Oaks, Sage

Smithies, J. and Webster, G. (1998) Community Involvement In Health. From Passive Recipients to Active Participants, Ashgate, Aldershot



American Journal of Public Health


Chapter 39

Becker, S., Aldridge, J. and Dearden, C. (1998) Young Carers and their Families,

Oxford, Blackwell

Farrell, C. (2004) Patient and Public involvement in Health: The Evidence for Policy Implementation, London, DoH

Kemshall, H. and Littlechild, R. (2000) User Involvement and Participation in Social

Care, London, Jessica Kingsley

O’Quigley, A. (2000) Listening to Children’s Views: The Findings and Recommendations of Recent Research, York, Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Wilson, G. (ed) (1995) Community Care: Asking the Users, London, Chapman and Hall





Chapter 40

Bateman, N. (1995) Advocacy Skills: A Handbook for Human Service Professionals,

Aldershot, Arena

Dunning, a. (1995) Citizen Advocacy with Older People, London, Centre for Policy on


Brandon, D. 1995 Advocacy: Power to People with Disabilities, Birmingham, Venture


DoH (2002) National Standards for the Provision of Children’s Advocacy Services, London, DoH

Richardson, A. and Goodman, M. (1983) Self-Help and Social Care: Mutual Aid Organisations in Practice, London, PSI/DHSS

Rose, D. 2000 Users' Voices: The Perspectives of Mental Health Service Users on

Community and Health Care , London, Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health

Sayce, L. 2000 From Psychiatric Patient to Citizen: Overcoming Discrimination and

Social Exclusion , Basingstoke, Macmillan




Chapter 41

Allen, G. and Langford, D. (2006) Effective Interviewing in Social Work and Social Care, Basingstoke, Palgrave

Crawford, P. and Bonham, P. (2006) Communication in Clinical Settings, Cheltenham, Nelson Thornes

Emmons, K. (2001) ‘Motivational Interviewing in Health Care Settings. Opportunities and Limitations’ American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Vol. 20 No. 1, pp. 68-74

Geldard, K. (2002) Counselling Skills in Everyday Life, Basingstoke, Palgrave

O’Rourke, L. and Grant, H. (2006) It’s All in the Record, Lyme Regis, Russell House

Palmer, S. (2002) Multi-cultural Counselling – A Reader, London, Sage


Chapter 42

Cigno, K. and Bourn, D. (eds) (1998) Cognitive Behavioural Social Work in Prctice, Aldershot, Ashgate

Eysenck, M. (2001) Principles of Cognitive Psychology, place Psychology Press

Sundel, M. and Sundel S. (1995) Behaviour Modification in the Human Services,

London, Sage check if in bib already


Chapter 43

Dolan, Y. (1991) Beyond Survival, London, BT Press

Jackson, P. and McKergow, M. (2002) The Solutions Focus: The Simple way to Positive

Change, London, Nicholas Publishing

O'Connell, B. (2001) Solution Focused Stress Counselling, London, Continuum

Reimers, S., et al (1994) Introducing User-Friendly Family Therapy, London, Routledge

Turp, M. (2002) Hidden Self-Harm, Narratives from Psychotherapy, London, Jessica





Chapter 44

Foote, C. and Stanners, C. (2002) Integrating Care for Older People: New Care for Old -

A Systems Approach, London, Jessica Kingsley

McCubbin, M. and Cohen, D. (2004) ‘A Systemic and Value-based Approach to Strategic Reform of the Mental Health System’ Health Care Analysis, Jan., Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 57-77

Weeks, G.R. and Cross, C.L. (2004) ‘The Intersystem Model of Psychotherapy: An Integrated Systems Treatment Approach’ Guidance and Counselling, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 57-64


Chapter 45

Boivin, J. et al. (2001) ‘Guidelines for Counselling in Infertility: Outline Version’ Human Reproduction, Vol. 16, Issue 6, June, pp. 1301-4

Davis, H. and Fallowfield, L. (1991) Counselling and Communication in Health Care, Chichester, J. Wiley

Holden, J.M., Sagovsky, K. and Cox, J.C. (1989) ‘Counselling in a General Practice Setting: Controlled Study of Health Visitor Intervention in Treatment of Post Natal Depression’ British Medical Journal, Jan 28, 298, pp. 223-6

Mearns, D. and Thorne initial (1989) Person Centred Counselling in Action, London,



Chapter 46

Greaves, I., Hodgetts, T. and Porter, K. (1997) Emergency Care: A Textbook for Paramedics, London, W B Saunders

Hodgetts, T.J., Jewkes, F., Lubas, P. and McCusker, K. (1999) Pre-Hospital Paediatric Life Support, London, BMJ Books

McSwain, N.E. (ed) (2002) Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support Manual, 5 th edn., St Louis, Alabama, Mosby Publishing Inc.

Roberts, A. (1995) Crisis Intervention and Time Limited Cognitive Treatment, London,






Chapter 47

Greig, R. and Poxton, R.J. (2001) ‘From Joint Commissioning to Partnership Working – Will the New Policy Framework Make a Difference?’ Managing Community Care, 9 (4)

Hornby, S. (1993) Collaborative Care: Interprofessional, Interagency and Interpersonal, Oxford, Blackwell

Hudson, B. (2002) ‘Interprofessionality in Health and Social Care: the Achilles’ Heel of Partnership’ Journal of Interprofessional Care Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 7-17

Leathard, A. (1994) Going Inter-Professional: Working Together for Health and Welfare, London, Routledge

Miller, C. and Ahmad, Y. (2000) ‘Collaboration and Participation: An Effective Response to Complexity and Fragmentation or Solution Built on Sand?’ International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Vol. 20, Nos. 5-6, pp. 1-38

Ovretveit, J. (1993) Co-ordinating Community Care, Buckingham, Open University Press

White, V. and Harris, J. (2001) Developing Good Practice in Community Care:

Partnership and Participation, London, Jessica Kingsley




Chapter 48

DoH/SSI (1998) Inspection of Community Care Systems for Black and Ethnic Minority Older People, London, DoH

McNally, S. and Newman, S. (1999) ‘The Effects of Respite Care on Informal Carers’ Well-being: A Systematic Review’ Disability and Rehabilitation, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 1-14

Payne, S., Kerr, C., Hawker, S., Hardey, M. and Powell, J. (2002) ‘The Communication of Information about Older People Between Health and Social Care Practitioners’ Age and Ageing, 31, pp. 107-17

Philp, I. (2006) A New Ambition for Old Age: Next Steps in Implementing the National Service Framework for Older People, London, DoH

Robinson, C. (1991) Home and Away: Respite Care in the Community, Birmingham, Venture Press


Chapter 49

Kirk, S. (1999) ‘Caring for Children with Specialised Health Care Needs in the Community: The Challenges for Primary Care’ Health and Social Care in the Community, Vol. 7, Issue 5, pp. 350-7

Sloper, P. (2004) ‘Facilitators and Barriers for Coordinated Multi-Agency Services’ Child: Care, Health and Development, Vol. 30, Issue 6, pp. 571-80

Murray, S.A., Tapson, J., Turnbull, L, McCallum, J. and Little, A. (1994) ‘Listening to Local Voices: Adapting Rapid Appraisal to Assess Health and Social Care Needs in General Practice’ British Medical Journal, March, No. 308, pp. 698-700


Chapter 50

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