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Published January, 2021
By Jan Walmsley and Simon Jarrett
Publisher: Policy Press
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Bringing together accounts of how intellectual disability was viewed, managed and experienced in countries across the globe, the book examines the origins and nature of contemporary attitudes, policy and practice and sheds light on the challenges of implementing the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCPRD).

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Published October, 2020
By Louca-Mai Brady
Publisher: Policy Press
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This book explores how young people's participation can be inclusively and sustainably embedded into health services. Using rich case studies of participation in practice, Brady presents a new evidence-based framework to support policymakers and practitioners to embed young people's participation more effectively in healthcare practice.

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Published September, 2020
By Adrian Bonner
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This crucial contemporary study reviews the evolving role of local authorities in health, social care and wellbeing. Health and policy experts survey disparities across Britain, share case studies of strategies and consider authorities' interaction with local and central government.

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Published September, 2020
By Adrian Bonner
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This crucial contemporary study reviews the evolving role of local authorities in health, social care and wellbeing. Health and policy experts survey disparities across Britain, share case studies of strategies and consider authorities' interaction with local and central government.

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Published July, 2020
By Mike Saks
Publisher: Policy Press
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This original collection analyses the global experience of health care support workers (HSWs) and examines their interface with the health professions, regulatory practice risks, employment challenges and the dilemmas of an ageing population. Crucial future policy recommendations are also made for a world becoming increasingly dependent on HSWs.

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Published July, 2020
By Tim Spencer-Lane, Kevin Stone, Robert Lomax, Gill Ince and SARAH VICARY
Publisher: Policy Press
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Approved Mental Health Professionals must possess and deploy a range of skills, knowledge and values in order to make ethically complex decisions on behalf of people with severe mental health difficulties. This invaluable handbook considers these challenges and provides in-depth guidance on all key aspects of the role.

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Published July, 2020
By Ben Vincent
Publisher: Policy Press
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Offering important nuances and crucial insights into diverse gender identities and trans-related healthcare inequalities, this ground-breaking research marks an important contribution to the wider fields of gender studies, LGBTQ scholarship and medical policy.

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Published July, 2020
By Ben Vincent
Publisher: Policy Press
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Offering important nuances and crucial insights into diverse gender identities and trans-related healthcare inequalities, this ground-breaking research marks an important contribution to the wider fields of gender studies, LGBTQ scholarship and medical policy.

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Published May, 2020
By Anthea Innes, Debra Morgan and Jane Farmer
Publisher: Policy Press
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This is the first comprehensive review of dementia research, policy and practice in remote and rural settings. Drawing on case studies from the UK, Australia, Europe and North America, it sets out the unique needs of sufferers and carers in isolated locations, and identifies areas for future research and improvements in dementia services.

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Published April, 2020
By Ian Cummins
Publisher: Policy Press
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This inter-disciplinary study considers the past, present and future of mental health services and community care. From the origins of provision as we know it in the 1960s, it sets out the political, economic and bureaucratic factors behind recent crises and considers what the founding principles of community care tell us about the way forward.

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