Modern Social Work Practice: Teaching and Learning in Practice Settings / Edition 3by Mark Doel, Steven M. Shardlow
Pub. Date: 05/30/2005
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Modern Social Work Practice is an interactive book designed to provide readers with an opportunity to engage with key aspects of current social work practice. It also provides an excellent digest of the significant literature. Each chapter is introduced with an activity or exercise designed to aid student learning in discrete aspects of practice, building up to a complete curriculum for practice learning. The book builds upon the success and style of Social Work Practice (1993) and The New Social Work Practice (1998). Mark Doel and Steven M. Shardlow have shaped the book to take account of the National Occupational Standards for Social Work, aiming to provide a creative, practical and up-to-date resource for teaching and learning in line with current practices.
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Table of ContentsContents: Introduction. Part I Foundations of practice: new opportunities for practice learning: Knowing the service user and carer; Knowing your self; Knowing the role. Part II Direct practice: inter-professional learning and practice: Preparation; Generating options; Making assessments in partnership; Working in and with groups; Working in difficult situations. Part III Agency practice: creative practice and procedural requirements; Making priorities; Managing resources; Accountability; Whistleblowing. Part IV Themes of practice: evidence-based practice; Working with risk; Anti-oppressive practice; Law-informed practice; Generalist and specialist practice; Comparative practice; Appendix: National Occupational Standards; Glossaries; Bibliography; Index.
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