Acknowledgements. Introduction. 1. Surfacing personal values: Identifying yourself. 2. Being a person who uses services. 3. Being a learner. 4. Becoming a professional. 5. Becoming a member of the team/organisation. 6. Becoming a leader/influencer/shaper. Conclusion. Glossary. References.
The first workbook on examining the professional values that underpin policy and practice in health and social care - with downloadable resources
Ray Samuriwo is a Lecturer based at the School of Healthcare
Sciences, Cardiff Institute for Tissue Engineering and Repair
(CITER) and the Welsh Centre for Evidence Based Care (WCEBC), at
Stephen Pattison is Director of the Doctor of Practical Theology Programme at Birmingham University, and a former Senior Lecturer in Health and Social Welfare at the Open University.
Andrew Todd is Coordinator for the Centre for Contemporary Spirituality and Programme Leader for the MA in Christian Spirituality at Sarum College, Salisbury.
Ben Hannigan is a Reader in the School of Healthcare Sciences at Cardiff University, and a former community mental health nurse.
This excellent text deconstructs personal, professional and
organisational values in a critical yet accessible manner that will
suit students and experienced practitioners alike. -- Steven
Pryjmachuk, PhD, Professor of Mental Health Nursing Education,
University of Manchester
Anyone wishing to understand the relationship between values and the delivery of health and social care need look no further [than] this excellent workbook. -- Derek Sellman, Associate Professor, Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta, Canada
This thoughtfully crafted and interactive text has the power to transform understanding of values in health and social care. -- Dr Wilfred McSherry, Professor in Nursing, Staffordshire University, University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust, and VID University College (Haraldsplass) Bergen
Accessible and engaging ... It offers clear explanation and a framework of activities that will enable readers to apply their learning and thinking in an immediately practical manner. -- Dr Teresa de Villiers, Social work practitioner and Senior Lecturer in Social Work, Cardiff University
Highly readable and engaging ... invaluable to educators who aspire to encourage thoughtful and inquiring approaches to learning and practice. -- Dr Lesley Baillie, Senior Lecturer in nursing, The Open University