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Administration & Medicine Economics
  • Author:
    Helen Dickinson,Jon Glasby
  • ISBN:
    1847420168
  • ISBN13:
    978-1847420169
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    Policy Press (May 7, 2008)
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    128 pages
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    Administration & Medicine Economics
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Partnership Working in H. -International Journal of Integrated Care. Jon Glasby is Professor of Health and Social Care and Director of the Health Services Management Centre at the University of Birmingham.

However, partnership working offers enormous challenges in terms of the ways in which individuals . This article is based on material from Helen Dickinson’s Evaluating Outcomes in Health and Social Care, the final book in a new series focused on better partnership working.

However, partnership working offers enormous challenges in terms of the ways in which individuals, organisations and sectors can work together in productive and creative ways. The popularity of this concept has also meant that many different ways of working have been subsumed under one umbrella concept – when in fact, partnership takes many forms and is propelled by a variety of drivers. This, in turn, poses an enormous evaluative challenge.

Jon Glasby, Helen Dickinson. Bristol: The Policy Press, 2008, 108 pp. ISBN 978 1 84742 016 9. This book provides a practical and concise introduc-. tion to the literature on partnership working in health

Jon Glasby, Helen Dickinson. tion to the literature on partnership working in health. and social care for students, practitioners, policy mak-. Partnerships have appeal inter-. nationally as a means to integrate health and social. 118+ million publications. 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.

The Better Partnership Working series is a set of brief volumes aiming to offer practical support to people working .

The Better Partnership Working series is a set of brief volumes aiming to offer practical support to people working in partnership across health and social care services and to provide helpful frameworks for making sense of the complexity involved in any partnership work.

International Perspectives on Health and Social Care: Partnership Working in Action (Promoting Partnership for Health). Jon Glasby, Helen Dickinson. Download (pdf, 814 Kb) Donate Read

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Partnership working 2e. What is integrated care and how can we deliver it? . Partnership working 2e. by Dickinson, Helen,Glasby, Jon. Better Partnership Working series. What is integrated care and how can we deliver it? by Dickinson, Helen, Glasby, Jon. series Better Partnership Working series. 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.

Partnership working in health and social care: what is integrated care and how can we deliver it? . Partnership working in England-where we are now and where we’ve come from. J Glasby, H Dickinson, R Miller.

Partnership working in health and social care: what is integrated care and how can we deliver it? J Glasby, H Dickinson.

The quality and experience of care that partner organisations are offering to the society are associated with the factors such as the type of the partnership (long term or short term), the attitude and behaviour employees of the organisations and the type of the relationship two organisations have. Good partnership among the organisations of the health and.

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 incredibly difficult and complicated. 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 tasked with making partnerships work without the necessary support.Against this background, this book provides a 'warts and all' introduction to partnership working, summarising current policy and research, setting out useful frameworks and approaches, and helping policy makers and practitioners to work more effectively together. Written by a leading team from the Health Services Management Centre, the book is also fully evidence- and research-based, whilst still being accessible and applicable to everyday practice. Aimed at students, practitioners, managers and policy makers in health and social care, this is the one book that everyone in the field should read.