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Social Work in Practice

Series editors: Viviene Cree, University of Edinburgh, UK and Steve Myers, University of Salford, UK.

This important series sets new standards in introducing social workers to the ideas, values and knowledge base necessary for professional practice. Written by leading authors in their fields, these core texts are designed for students undertaking professional training at all levels, as well as fulfilling the needs of qualified staff seeking to update their skills.

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Social work

Making a difference

This book explores what social work is. Structured around the framework of the National Occupational Standards for social work, the book examines how social work can make a difference in the lives of individuals, families and communities, and argues that to really make a difference it is necessary to think outside the box.

Policy Press

Social work and multi-agency working

Making a difference

Edited by Kate Morris

The book is unique in drawing together contributors from a range of different disciplines to consider the issues and challenges involved for social work practice in multi agency working.

Policy Press