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by Robert Brown

Author: Robert Brown
Subcategory: Health & Medical Law
Language: English
Publisher: Learning Matters Ltd. (May 17, 2006)
Pages: 180 pages
Category: Law
Rating: 4.1
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The move from mental health social worker to approved social worker requires a detailed grasp of the law in practice. This book explains the relevant law and talks about changes that may come with the reform of the Mental Health Act 1983.

The move from mental health social worker to approved social worker requires a detailed grasp of the law in practice. It is suitable for social workers studying for the Mental Health Social Work Award.

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The Approved Mental Health Professional's Guide to Mental Health Law (Post-Qualifying Social Work Practice Series)

The Approved Mental Health Professional's Guide to Mental Health Law (Post-Qualifying Social Work Practice Series). Robert Brown is a social worker and a Director of Edge Training and Consultancy Ltd. He provides refresher training for AMHPs and helps to train Section 12 Approved Doctors and Approved Clinicians in South West England and Wales. He provides consultation and supervision services to Cornwall, Guernsey, Hampshire, Jersey and Reading.

Post-Qualifying Social Work Practice Series. Rob Brown is Director of the Approved Social Workers course in South West England, delivered in association with Bournemouth University. He is also the Area Mental Health Act Commissioner for Dorset and Somerset, having been a member of the Mental Health Act Commission since 1992. Previous roles include Mental Welfare Officer and then Approved Social Worker with Hampshire County Council, and lectureships at Southampton University, Stirling University and Croydon College.

Written specifically for Approved Mental Health Professionals (AMHPs), this book brings together key elements of the . The revised Reference Guide to the Mental Health Act. - A number of cases concerning the nearest relative.

Written specifically for Approved Mental Health Professionals (AMHPs), this book brings together key elements of the legislation, Code of Practice, Memorandum, Government Circulars and relevant case law and policy. It also discusses the role of an AMHP in the revised Mental Health Act, as well as the Key Competencies. Revisions to the tribunal report requirements in England. The impact of the Cheshire West case decisions in the Supreme Court.

Written specifically for Approved Mental Health Professionals (AMHPs), this book . by Dr. Robert A Brown. Post-Qualifying Social Work Practice Series. Books related to The Approved Mental Health Professional's Guide to Mental Health Law. Skip this list.

Normally, social workers in Taiwan encounter a severely mentally ill .

Normally, social workers in Taiwan encounter a severely mentally ill patient when he or she has been admitted into a hospital. Finally, the implications for contemporary mental health social work practice are presented. Through interviews with mental health service users and social workers, this paper will explore the stigma experienced by service users within a social work context

Covering the theory and practice of social work, the Handbook provides a. .This definitive guide is an invaluable resource for all practising qualified social.

Covering the theory and practice of social work, the Handbook provides a set of tools and resources that enable social workers to develop their practice while coping with the demands of operational duties. The book looks at working with a range of service user groups such as children, people with learning disabilities and young offenders, as well as examining common issues that social workers may encounter, such as inter-agency work, and issues such as loss and participation. This definitive guide is an invaluable resource for all practising qualified social workers, students and trainers, and educators.

This book provides a clear guide to UK law relevant to social work practice. As well, the book anticipates changes which would come with the proposed reform of the UK Mental Health Act 1983. The guide focuses on common law as well as a range of relevant statutes. Written in a style which helps to make the law accessible, the book is packed with exercises and case studies which assist the reader in relating the law to practice.