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Publisher: Policy Press
Author (s): Jon Glasby
Understanding welfare: Social issues, policy and practice.
This welcome third edition updates a most useful textbook for UK social science and social policy students. Its policy analysis is also particularly relevant to professional readers seeking to know how we arrived at the state we’re in.
This book stands out because it cogently explores how the NHS and social care systems work together – where they succeed and where they fail. This comprehensive, insightful and fully updated introduction offers social policy, health and social care professionals and students a thorough and accessible grounding in today’s pressing issues
Detailed contents vi
List of tables, figures and boxes viii
List of abbreviations x
one Introduction 1
two Origins of community health and social care 11
three Current services 35
four Partnership working in health and social care 71
five Independent living and the social model of disability 95
six Anti-discriminatory practice and social inclusion 119
seven User involvement and citizenship 137
eight Support for carers 161
Postscript: what happens next? 181
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