This assignment will critically analyse two examples of interprofessional and interagency practice using examples from my current practice. Abstractthis study evaluates the outcomes of short interagency training courses provided by six local safeguarding children boards in england the aim was to develop practical skills in recognising and responding to the needs of children with harmful sexual behaviour in an interagency context the courses all employed interactive learning and teaching methods as well as presentations of case. Effective interagency and interprofessional working: facilitators and barriers effective interagency and interprofessional working: facilitators and barriers hospice and palliative care services are often considerably dependent on charities interagency and interdisciplinary working are, therefore, central to the successful delivery of.
However, interprofessional and interagency working is not always optimal, and there are several well known quoted incidences where failures in collaborative practices have lead to serous errors in care (laming 2003 laming 2009 kennedy 2001) although, nothing as serious has happened to mary and her mother. This book is a valuable tool for students and practitioners across the health and social care discipline, employing engaging case studies and reflective activities to support learning about interprofessional and interagency collaboration.
Interprofessional collaboration in social work practice offers a new insight on the profession' - fran fuller, senior lecturer in social work, university of derby 'engaging and readable, karin crawford has done a fine job in constructing this book as a learning tool. Explore the nature of interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration and in improving collaborative practice this course will help you to develop and review your understanding of: these resources are suitable for students studying for the social work degree and post-qualifying awards, educators, and practitioners in social work and. Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration is an effective way to drive up the standard of care policy and legislation now place users and carers at the centre of services as consumers, they expect the professionals they come into contact with to work together. Inevitably, all of these potential facilitators to effective interagency and interprofessional working will influence decision-making and consequently impact upon the provision of effective care. Written primarily for social work students and practitioners, although having relevance across the wider range of stakeholders, this book explores the issues, benefits and challenges that interprofessional collaborative practice can raise.
Inter-professional working is constantly promoted to professionals within the health and social care sector various terms such as interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary and interagency collaboration working have been used to promote professionals to work together with the patient, carers, relations, services and other professionals (scie, 2009. • widely acknowledged that interagency working takes time to become established and it is unrealistic to expect early evidence of measurable impact (important to measure ‘steps on the way’. Collaborate effectively at an interagency and interprofessional level this chapter explains the meaning of interprofessional collaboration and its benefits to older people it then describes the key interprofessional collaborative competencies interprofessional working around older people in the community, (trivedi et al 2012.
Effective interagency and interprofessional working: facilitators and barriers delivery of interprofessional working, along with the consequences of these in either a good model or one where. Interprofessional is relationships between individuals and interagency is relationships between organisations ipiac was a modernisation agenda introduced in public policy by the new labour government.
Interagency and interdisciplinary working are, therefore, central to the successful delivery of palliative care a multiple (four case) case study design was used to explore the provision of palliative and continuing care. The multiple spheres of practice and collaboration – interpersonal, interprofessional, inter-disciplinary team, inter-agency and community –explored using a ‘model’ and people’s experiences.