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A-Z of Interagency Working
 
 
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28 Nov 2013
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If you are looking for a succinct overview of the ideas and debates that shape the field of interagency working, then this is the book for you.

Jon Glasby and Helen Dickinson's A-Z of Interagency Working provides an expertly organised source of clear explanation and astute commentary on a topic that is of importance to anyone working in the health and social care field today.

Capturing key policies, concepts and perspectives across the fields of adult and children's services, the book distils a complex subject into 70 pivotal ideas. Cross-references cleverly aid navigation and help the reader see how ideas connect up. This flexible source book makes sense of current policy, explains the latest terminology and engages with the evidence base for what is happening on the ground. It is also packed with excellent recommendations for further reading.

This is an ideal starting-point for students needing to get to grips with current debates, and a perfect point of reference for practitioners and policy-makers engaged in collaboration and partnership day to day.


Description

If you are looking for a succinct overview of the ideas and debates that shape the field of interagency working, then this is the book for you.

Jon Glasby and Helen Dickinson's A-Z of Interagency Working provides an expertly organised source of clear explanation and astute commentary on a topic that is of importance to anyone working in the health and social care field today.

Capturing key policies, concepts and perspectives across the fields of adult and children's services, the book distils a complex subject into 70 pivotal ideas. Cross-references cleverly aid navigation and help the reader see how ideas connect up. This flexible source book makes sense of current policy, explains the latest terminology and engages with the evidence base for what is happening on the ground. It is also packed with excellent recommendations for further reading.

This is an ideal starting-point for students needing to get to grips with current debates, and a perfect point of reference for practitioners and policy-makers engaged in collaboration and partnership day to day.


Reviews

'Inspires trust and confidence'  - Joy Tweed, University of Westminster

'An accomplished review of interagency working by two highly respected authors in that field." – Professor Hugh Barr, President of the Centre for the Advancement of Interprofessional Education (CAIPE)


Contents

1. Accountability
2. Acute care
3. Area-based initiatives
4. Assessment
5. Carers
6. Care Trusts
7. Children and young people
8. Children's Trusts
9. Clinical networks
10. Clinical pathways
11. Commissioning
12. Communication
13. Community services
14. Continuing care
15. Co-location
16. Co-production
17. Culture
18. Data protection
19. Devolution
20. Elected members
21. Evaluation
22. Foundation Trusts
23. Governance
24. Health Act flexibilities
25. Health Boards (Wales)
26. Health and Social Care Trusts (Northern Ireland)
27. Health and Well-being Boards
28. Hierarchies
29. Hospital discharge
30. Intermediate care
31. Inter-professional education
32. Joint appointments
33. Joint commissioning
34. Joint Futures (Scotland)
35. Joint strategic needs assessment
36. Leadership
37. Learning difficulties
38. Local government
39. Long-term conditions
40. Markets
41. Mental health
42. Mergers and acquisitions
43. Mixed economy of care
44. National Commissioning Board
45. Networks
46. New Public Management
47. Older people
48. Personalisation
49. Physical disability
50. Power
51. Primary care
52. Public health
53. Regulation and inspection
54. Safeguarding
55. Social care
56. Social enterprise
57. Social model
58. Strategic planning (Wales)
59. Teamwork
60. Theory
61. Trust
62. Values



Authors

Jon Glasby is Professor of Health and Social Care and Director of the Health Services Management Centre at the University of Birmingham, UK. The author of numerous textbooks on health and social services, he is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Integrated Care.

Helen Dickinson is Associate Professor of Public Governance at the Melbourne School of Government, University of Melbourne, Australia. She edits the Journal of Health Organization and Management and Journal of Integrated Care.