Email the organizers For more than a decade legal geography broadly understood has been described as an emerging field of inquiry within socio-legal scholarship. While interest in the significance of spatiality, place and landscape to the workings of the legal is increasing in quantity and sophistication there are few avenues for promoting productive exchanges among scholars scattered across a number of disciplines.
Updated to include result-oriented leadership in the various frameworks of collaborative practices. The bibliography has been expanded and updated. Updated on 3 September The previous version of this content can be found here.
Intervention-driven collaboration develops interdependent relationships among people. Notwithstanding the attendant challenges, collaborative practice is a mainstay in multiple sectors of social work practice, including mental health, substance abuse, school social work, complex, anti-poverty initiatives, international social work, workforce development, and research.
Growing collaboration with client systems connects collaborative practice with empowerment practice and facilitates the achievement of social work's mission. This three-cornered appointment reflects his interests in interdisciplinary, team-based scholarship conducted in communities challenged by social and economic disadvantage, especially communities with the most outcome disparities.
Recent examples of funded research include a family-centered obesity prevention and intervention initiative, with parent-led, community-based participatory action research National Institutes of Health ; the development of an innovative multi-service school in concert with an overall Cradle-to-Career System framework New York State Department of Education ; and complex policy research and development for chronically-underperforming New York schools and school districts needing dramatic turnaround models and strategies New York State Department of Education.
All of these initiatives require collaboration among the researchers and the funders. In turn, all employ twin interventions in vulnerable communities: Collaboration among people and partnerships among organizations.
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Demonstrates knowledge about Hospice and Palliative Care. Able to articulate the philosophy and services including the practice and roles of social work and the interdisciplinary team.
Trauma Informed Care, Ethics, and Social Work Education Elisa Kawam, MSW, PhD Candidate Arizona State University School of Social Work Contact: [email protected] Teaching Trauma Informed Care to Social Work Students: Educational Considerations This paper provides a brief description and history of trauma and an introduction to trauma informed care in social work.
The landscape of the NHS and primary care is changing; an ageing population, increasing multimorbidity and frailty, and an overburdened workforce means that primary care needs a more effective way of addressing the bio-psychosocial elements of health.
Published: Thu, 25 May Introduction. The following essay proposes to consider the question of collaborative working in social care, looking in particular at the impact of collaborative working between agencies and professional disciplines within the context of children and families.
Methods. This was a qualitative action research study, with a cooperative inquiry approach that used multi-staged focus group discussions with ten mental health care and social work practitioners in community mental health and substance use care.
Special focus will be placed on the diverse implications collaborative care poses for the health and behavioral health workforce, especially social workers. Keywords: collaborative care, comorbidity, chronic care model, integrated care, mental health parity, person-centered care, primary care, .