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Partnership working in health and social care (Second edition)
What is integrated care and how can we deliver it?

Author/Editor(s):
Jon Glasby, Helen Dickinson
Format:
Paperback, 128 pages, 129 x 198 mm
ISBN
9781447312819
Published:
09 Jan 2014
Series:
Better Partnership Working series

£7.99 - List price: £9.99 You save: £2.00

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North America customers can order this book here from the University of Chicago Press.

"This book provides a practical and concise introduction to the literature on partnership working in health and social care for students, practitioners, policy makers and managers. ...provides the reader with quick and easy access to a breadth of literature."
International Journal of Integrated Care
"This book is packed with ideas and persuasively argued...immensely useful and stimulating."
Research Policy and Planning
"This book helps piece together the jigsaw of partnerships. Clearly written with a light touch, it provides a timely update on partnership working for practitioners and students."
Prof. Jill Manthorpe, King's College London

About This Book

UK health and social care are increasingly being asked to work together across traditional agency boundaries. Although this sounds easy in theory, doing it in practice is complicated and difficult. In many cases, moreover, current training programmes, research and textbooks are even more divided than front-line services, and practitioners and managers are often being given the task of making partnerships work without the necessary support. Against this background, the second edition of this bestselling book provides a concise 'warts and all' introduction to partnership and integration, summarising updated references to current policy and research, setting out useful frameworks and approaches, and helping policy makers and practitioners to work more effectively together, with greater emphasis on ‘integrated care’. Written by the leading authors in the field and fully updated since the Health and Social Care Act 2012, the book is also fully evidence- and research-based, while still being accessible and applicable to everyday practice. Aimed at students, practitioners, managers and policy makers in health and social care, and including new reflective exercises and boxed examples, this is still the one book that everyone in the field should read.

Author Biography

Jon Glasby is Professor of Health and Social Care and Director of the Health Services Management Centre at the University of Birmingham. A qualified social worker by background, he is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Integrated Care and an NHS Non-Executive Director at Birmingham Children’s Hospital. Helen Dickinson is Associate Professor of Public Governance at the Melbourne School of Government, University of Melbourne, Australia. Helen has research interests in areas such as governance and collaboration, priority setting and decision making in public services, and the future of the public sector workforce.

Contents

Preface
What is partnership working and why does it matter?
What does research tell us?
Hot topics and emerging issues
Useful frameworks and concepts
Recommendations for policy and practice.


 

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