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Title Care trusts : partnership working in action / edited by Jon Glasby and Edward Peck.
Imprint Abingdon, U.K. : Radcliffe Medical Press, ©2004.

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Description 1 online resource (147 pages)
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Print version record.
Subject Health services administration -- England.
Health services administration -- Wales.
Social work administration -- England.
Social work administration -- Wales.
Health care reform -- England.
Health care reform -- Wales.
Primary Health Care -- organization and administration -- Great Britain.
Social Welfare -- Great Britain.
Cooperative Behavior -- Great Britain.
Delivery of Health Care -- organization & administration -- Great Britain.
Interprofessional Relations -- Great Britain.
Social Work -- organization & administration -- Great Britain.
State Medicine -- organization & administration -- Great Britain.
England.
Wales.
Genre Electronic books.
Contents Introduction / Jon Glasby and Edward Peck -- What makes effective partnerships between health and social care? / Richard Poxton -- The Health Act 1999 section 31 partnership "flexibilities" / Caroline Glendinning, Bob Hudson, Brian Hardy and Ruth Young -- The Somerset story : the implications for care trusts of the evaluation of the integration of health and social services in Somerset / Edward Peck, Pauline Gulliver and David Towell -- Intermediate care / Nick Goodwin and Sue Peet -- Partnership working : a service user perspective / Diane Brodie -- Care trusts : a positive option for service improvement / Shane Giles -- Care trusts : a sceptical view / Bob Hudson -- The Northumberland experience / Lucy O'Leary -- The Sandwell experience / Lotta Macfarlane -- The Hampshire experience / Terry Butler and Angela Jeffrey -- Care trusts : emerging themes and issues / Edward Peck and Jon Glasby.
Other Author Glasby, Jon.
Peck, Edward.
Other Title Print version: Care trusts. Abingdon, U.K. : Radcliffe Medical Press, ©2004 1857758218