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International Practice Development in Health and Social Care

Manley, Kim / Wilson, Valerie J. / Oye, Christine (Herausgeber)


2. Auflage Mai 2021
304 Seiten, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-69835-7
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The second edition of International Practice Development in Health and Social Care remains the definitive resource for all those responsible for facilitating innovation and change in health and social care practice at every level. Fully revised and updated throughout, this new edition preserves its focus on developing person-centred, safe and effective evidence-based care that reflects the most recent health service modernisation agendas, clinical governance strategies, and quality improvement initiatives worldwide.

In recent years, practice development (PD) supported by the International Practice Development Collaborative and the International Practice Development Journal has become increasingly interdisciplinary and globally focused. Accordingly, the second edition places greater emphasis on integrated health and social care, as well as on person-centred and community-focused approaches. New and updated chapters explore future challenges for practice development, readiness for transforming maternity services, new strategies for facilitating knowledge translation, education models for using the workplace as the main resource for learning, developing, and improving, and more. Designed to empower multi-professional healthcare teams to transform both the culture and context of care, this invaluable guide:
* Offers an accessible, interactive approach to a variety of complementary improvement approaches that integrate learning, development, improvement, knowledge translation and inquiry
* Delivers practical PD strategies guided by values of compassion, safety, efficacy, and person-centredness
* Provides recommendations for prioritising wellbeing in the workplace, enabling team effectiveness, and fostering collaboration and inclusion across health and social care systems
* Includes numerous real-world examples that connect theory with practice and illustrate field-tested PD methods
* Features contributions from Australia, Scandinavia, the UK, Germany, New Zealand, Switzerland, and the Netherlands, underscoring the text's international focus

International Practice Development in Health and Social Care is essential reading for multi-professional healthcare practitioners including nurses, midwives, allied healthcare and medical practitioners, facilitators of learning and improvement, clinical educators, PD coordinators, health and social care leaders, managers and commissioners, and students and trainees from all the healthcare professions.

Foreword by Cheryl Atherfold

Foreword by Michael West


Chapter 1 Transforming health and social care using practice development

Chapter 2 Shaping health services through true collaboration between professional providers and service users

Chapter 3 Turning point: curious novice to committed advocate

Chapter 4 Sustainable person-centred communities design and practice

Chapter 5 Promoting person-centred care for older people

Chapter 6 Education models embedding PD philosophy, values and impact - using the workplace as the main resource for learning, developing and improving

Chapter 7 Critical ethnography: a method for improving healthcare cultures in practice development and embedded research

Chapter 8 A global manifesto for practice development: revisiting core principles

Chapter 9 Theorising practice development

Chapter 10 Unpacking and developing facilitation

Chapter 11 Re-imagining participation in processes of facilitation: a case for 'humble assertiveness'

Chapter 12 Leadership relationships

Chapter 13 From fractured to flourishing: Developing clinical leadership for frontline culture change

Chapter 14 Systems leadership enablement of collaborative healthcare practices

Chapter 15 Recognising and developing effective workplace cultures across health and social care that are also good places to work

Chapter 16 Wellbeing at work

Chapter 17 Flourishing people, families and communities

Chapter 18 Practice development - towards co-creation, innovation and systems transformation to foster person-centred care



Professor Kim Manley CBE is Emeritus Professor at Canterbury Christ Church University, Professor in Practice Development and Co-Director of the ImpACT Research Group at University of East Anglia for System Transformation. Formerly Co-Director and Professor, Practice Development, Research and Innovation, at the England Centre for Practice Development, Canterbury Christ Church University, and Joint Clinical Chair, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust, UK. Kim has an international reputation for the development of effective workplace cultures in healthcare, linked to the provision of quality services, clinical leadership and systems transformation that focuses on what matters to people. She is an active founding member of the International Practice Development Collaborative.

Professor Valerie Wilson is Professor of Nursing and manager of the Nursing & Midwifery Research Unit at Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District and at Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick. She holds a joint appointment as Professor of Nursing at the University of Wollongong, Australia. Her work focuses on development of person-centred learning, research and practice. She is a founding member of the International Practice Development Collaborative.

Professor Christine Øye is a social anthropologist and Professor of Health and Care Services Research at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Bergen, Norway. Her research interests include facilitating workplace learning using ethnography and action research in various health and social care settings.

K. Manley, Royal College of Nursing Institute