Written in English
|Statement||Charlotte Clarke ... [et al.]. Final report.|
|Contributions||Clarke, Charlotte L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||86|
A New, Effective Model for Integrated Care Delivery! Creating Effective Mental and Primary Health Care Teams is an essential resource written for every member of a Collaborative Care team—social workers, nurses, psychologists, licensed counselors, psychiatrists, primary care providers, and administrators. The authors are recognized experts in the field and show how to access the information Cited by: Integration of social care staff within community mental health teams Professor Peter Huxley,1 Dr Sherrill Evans,1 Dr Christine Baker,1 Joanna White,1 Sally Philpin,1 Professor Steve Onyett,2 and Professor Nick Gould3 1 Centre for Social Work and Social Care Research, Swansea University 2 Independent consultant 3 University of Bath. Since she has been employed by NHS mental health partnership trusts in the northern and south eastern regions and has held social work leadership roles within both of these area, with emphasis on mental health act and mental capacity practice development and safeguarding vulnerable adult arrangements.3/5(1). The Integration of Mental Health Social Work and the NHS. Review by Peter Corser, a social worker in mental health ★★★★ Book by Daisy Bogg. Learning Matters. ISBN I am the kind of social worker who steers clear of the management world and gets on with my job at whichever desk I am assigned.
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Each professional brings the skills and experience drawn from their professional knowledge (such as medicine, psychology and social work) to services, which together offers people with mental health problems richer opportunities for resolving them than any one profession could do alone. additional mental health work. Adequate supervision of primary care staff is another key issue which needs to be addressed if integration is to succeed. Mental health professionals should be available regularly to primary care staff to give advice as well as guidance on management and treatment of people with mental disorders. The nature of social work is multifunctional, so the social worker’s work in health care institutions is manifold and it involves the assessment of patient’s social situation and needs. The key current driver for the integration of social care and social work with the health service is the crisis of capacity in the health service mainly for older and disabled people needing discharge and support within the community.