Table of contents for Modern social work practice : teaching and learning in practice settings / by Mark Doel and Steven M. Shardlow.

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Contents
 Introduction							1-1
 Modern social work practice: 
 the more things change...?				1-2
 Modern practice learning					1-6
 Content, structure and purpose of the book		1-9
 Learning							1-14
 In conclusion							1-21
PART I	Foundations of practice
Context: 	New opportunities for practice learning		Pt1-1
		Where does social work take place?			Pt1-2
		Teaching and supervising the student's practice 
 learning							Pt1-4
 Benefits of supervising students				Pt1-8
 Learning agreement						Pt1-10
 Support for practice learning				Pt1-14
 The tide							Pt1-16
	1 	Knowing the service user and carer 
		About Activity 1						01-1
		Activity 1: Licensed to learn				01-4
		Teaching about KNOWING THE SERVICE USER AND CARER	01-8
		Opportunities							01-8
		Learning about KNOWING THE SERVICE USER AND CARER	01-11
		Who is the 'client'?						01-11
		Individuality of service users and carers			01-12
		Strengths model						01-13
		Relationship between social workers, services users
 and carers							01-15
 Service user and carer control				01-17
 Assessing KNOWING THE SERVICE USER AND CARER	01-17
 Further reading						01-18
	2 	Knowing your self
		About Activity 2						02-2
		Activity 2: Viewpoint						02-4
		Teaching about KNOWING YOUR SELF			02-7
		Opportunities							02-7
		Examples							02-9
		Learning about KNOWING YOUR SELF			02-11
		Use of self							02-12
		Worldviews							02-14
		Worldviews of service users, carers and other 
 professionals						02-17
 Assessing KNOWING YOUR SELF				02-18
 Further reading and the four extracts			02-18
	3 	Knowing the role
		About Activity 3						03-1
		Activity 3: Boundaries					03-4
		Teaching about KNOWING THE ROLE			03-9
		Opportunities							03-9
		Different expectations					03-10
		Example							03-12
		Developing a style						03-14
		Learning about KNOWING THE ROLE			03-15
		Occupational control and status				03-17
		Metaphors for the social work role			03-19
		Student role							03-19
		Assessing KNOWING THE ROLE				03-21
		Further reading						03-22
PART II:	Direct practice
Context: 	Inter-professional learning and practice		Pt2-1
		Terminology							Pt2-2
		Issues concerning inter-professional practice		Pt2-5
		Power and status differentials				Pt2-7				Inter-professional collusion					Pt2-8
		Issues around inter-professional learning		Pt2-10
		The social work contribution				Pt2-12
 4 	Preparation
 About Activity 4						04-1
		Activity 4: Starting out					04-3
		Teaching about PREPARATION				04-6
 	Opportunities							04.6
 	Expectations							04-6
 	Existing networks						04-7
 	Induction							04-9
		Learning about PREPARATION				04-10
		First impressions						04-10
		First contacts							04-10
		Attitude							04-13
		Taboo topics							04-13
		Ad hoc contacts						04-14
		Preparing your learning					04-14
		Making your learning explicit				04-16
		Assessing PREPARATION: preparing for the portfolio	04-17
		Further reading						04-17
	5 	Generating options
		About Activity 5						05-1
		Activity 5: Open ends					05-4
		Teaching about GENERATING OPTIONS			05-6
		Opportunities							05-6
		Recognizing and interrupting patterns			05-7
		Learning about GENERATING OPTIONS			05-12
 Positive reframing						05-13
 Non-verbal and symbolic communication		05-14
 Action techniques						05-15
		Assessing GENERATING OPTIONS 				05-16
		Further reading						05-16
	6 	Making assessments in partnership
		About Activity 6						06-1
		Activity 6: Hold the front page				06-3
		Teaching about MAKING ASSESSMENTS IN PARTNERSHIP	06-4
		Opportunities							06-4
		Your role in teaching about assessment			06-5
		Assessment and intervention				06-7
		Learning about MAKING ASSESSMENTS IN PARTNERSHIP	06-8
		Assessment: a note of caution				06-8
		Feedback from Hold the front page			06-9
		Wide range of assessments				06-10
		Assessment and government guidance			06-11
		Working in partnership with people			06-12
		Holistic assessments					06-14
		Assessments and interventions				06-15
		Assessing MAKING ASSESSMENTS IN PARTNERSHIP	06-16
		Further reading						06-17
 7 	Working in and with groups
		About Activity 7						07-1
		Activity 7: No-one is an island				07-3
		Teaching about WORKING IN AND WITH GROUPS		07-6
 	Opportunities							07-6
 	Balancing various needs					07-7
 	Fears about groupwork					07-8
 	Other opportunities						07-9
 	Teamwork							07-11
		Learning about WORKING IN AND WITH GROUPS		07-12
		Social action							07-12
		Links between groups and teams				07-13
		Meetings and sessions					07-14
		Learning from groups and teams				07-15
		Making the work more visible				07-16
		Assessing WORKING IN AND WITH GROUPS			07-16
		Further reading						07-17
 8 	Working in difficult situations
 	About Activity 8						08-1
 	Activity 8: Difficult behaviour in groups			08-3
 	The article							08-5
 	Further reading						08-30		
 
PART III	Agency practice
Context: 	Creative practice and procedural requirements	Pt3-1
		Principles underpinning procedures			Pt3-1
		Problems with procedures					Pt3-3
		The retreat from professionalism?				Pt3-7
		Creative practice						Pt3-9
		Procedural and creative practice				Pt3-12
	 9 	Making priorities
		About Activity 9						09-1
		Activity 9: Home truths					09-4
		Teaching about MAKING PRIORITIES			09-6
 	Ranking criteria						09-9
 	Opportunities							09-11
 	Learning about MAKING PRIORITIES				09-12
 	Live and let live vignettes					09-13
 	Rationing							09-16
 Assessing MAKING PRIORITIES				09-20
 Further reading						09-21
 10	Managing resources
		About Activity 10						10-1
		Activity 10: Travel agent					10-4
		Teaching about MANAGING RESOURCES			10-6
 	Opportunities							10-6
 	Key influences on holiday choice				10-9
		Learning about MANAGING RESOURCES			10-12
		Care management						10-12
		Resources and change					10-17
		Managing your time						10-18
		Assessing MANAGING RESOURCES				10-21
		Further reading						10-22
 11	Accountability
		About Activity 11						11-1
		Activity 11: Held to account				11-3
		Teaching about ACCOUNTABILITY				11-7
 	Opportunities							11-8
		Learning about ACCOUNTABILITY				11-8
		Personal accountability					11-9
		Accountability to the employer				11-10
		Accountability to other organizations			11-10
		Public accountability					11-11
		Accountability to service users and carers		11-13
		Professional accountability					11-15
		Legal accountability						11-17
		Assessing ACCOUNTABILITY					11-18
		Further reading						11-19
	12 	Whistleblowing
		About Activity 12						12-1
		Activity 12: The myth of Sisyphus				12-4
		Teaching about WHISTLEBLOWING				12-8
 	Opportunities							12-8
		Learning about WHISTLEBLOWING				12-11
		The legal position						12-11
		Whistleblowing in social work				12-14
		Assessing WHISTLEBLOWING				12-16
		Further reading						12-16
		
PART IV:	Themes of practice 
Context: 	 Evidence-based practice				Pt4-1
		Putting evidence-based practice into effect		Pt4-5
		1 Empirical orientation					Pt4-6
		2 Pragmatic orientation					Pt4-11
		3 Research-minded/research aware orientation		Pt4-13
		Critical appraisal - using evidence from research
 		 in practice							Pt4-17
	13 	Working with risk
		About Activity 13						13-1
		Activity 13: Dial D for danger				13-3
		Teaching about WORKING WITH RISK			13-7
		Example							13-8
 	Opportunities							13-9
		Learning about WORKING WITH RISK			13-9
		Risk assessment						13-10
		Typology of risks						13-13
		Risk management						13-14
		Risk avoidance						13-17
		Assessing WORKING WITH RISK				13-18
		Further reading						13-19
	14 	Anti-oppressive practice
		About Activity 14						14-1
		Activity 14: The drawbridge				14-3
		Teaching about ANTI-OPPRESSIVE PRACTICE		14-5
		Helping the student to learn from The drawbridge	14-5
		Opportunities							14-10
		Anti-oppressive practice teaching				14-11
		Learning about ANTI-OPPRESSIVE PRACTICE		14-12
		Language							14-12
		Using your learning from The drawbridge		14-13
		Power and empowerment					14-16
		Diversity and difference					14-17
		Assessing ANTI-OPPRESSIVE PRACTICE			14-19
		Further reading						14-20
	15 	Law-informed practice
		About Activity 15						15-1
		Activity 15: A-Z of the law- spirit and letter		15-3
		Teaching about LAW-INFORMED PRACTICE			15-6
		Linking social work and the law				15-7
		Growing importance of the law for professional
		 education							15-11
		Opportunities							15-12
		Seeking legal expertise					15-14
		Learning about LAW-INFORMED PRACTICE			15-16
		Approval - disapproval continuum				15-18
		Assessing LAW-INFORMED PRACTICE			15-19
		Further reading						15-20
	16 	Generalist and specialist practice
		About Activity 16						16-1
		Activity 16: Essence of social work			16-4
		Teaching about GENERALIST AND SPECIALIST PRACTICE	16-12
		What is generalist practice?				16-12
		Generic social work practice				16-15
		Significance of the generalist-specialist debate		16-16
		Opportunities							16-12
		Learning about GENERALIST AND SPECIALIST PRACTICE	16-17
		The common base of social work practice		16-18
		What is a specialism?					16-19
		Forms of specialism						16-21
		Generalism and specialism - the future			16-25
		Assessing GENERALIST AND SPECIALIST PRACTICE		16-26
		Further reading						16-27
		Linking
 17 	Comparative practice	
	 	About Activity 17						17-1
		Activity 17: View from another place... another time	17-3
		Teaching about COMPARATIVE PRACTICE			17-10
		Opportunities							17-11
		Learning about COMPARATIVE PRACTICE			17-11
		Dimension of comparison					17-12
		Assessing COMPARATIVE PRACTICE				17-19
		Further reading						17-20
Glossary
National Occupational Standards 
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social work education.
Social service -- Problems, exercises, etc.
Social case work -- Problems, exercises, etc.
Social workers -- In-service training.