The Practice Of Case Management

Author: Peter Camilleri
Editor: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 1741766427
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Case management is used across a diverse range of organisational settings, from child protection to aged care; disability services; acute and community health; courts and correctional services; employment services; veteran services; education; and immigration programs. However, case management is not always successfully implemented, and practitioners often feel they are not given sufficient support. The Practice of Case Management draws on extensive practice research to identify the key characteristics of successful case management: organisational support; developing delivery models to suit individual client needs; preparation of staff at all levels; and affirmation of the central and active role of the client. The authors outline the challenges and complexities faced by case managers, acknowledging that their role is often poorly conceptualised and articulated. They demonstrate that true engagement enables effective service provision and offer practical strategies for everyone involved in the case management process to facilitate negotiation, accountability and the achievement of positive outcomes.

Practice Of Case Management

Author: David P. Moxley
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 9780803932050
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The Practice of Case Management in the Human Services offers a succinct yet comprehensive guide to carrying out a case manager's responsibilities. The author explores assessment of the service needs of the client, facilitating the client's contact with the appropriate institutions and services, monitoring the quality of services provided to the client, and taking action when the client's needs are not met. He also considers the therapeutic role required when needs are not met because the problems are indigenous to the client. Providing an integrated look at practice technologies applicable to a variety of practice areas, the volume is appropriate for both preservice and inservice education in the field of human servi

The Practice Of Case Management

Author: Di Gursansky
Editor: Allen & Unwin Australia
ISBN: 9781742370446
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A practical guide to the professional skills and knowledge essential for effective case management. For students in a range of professional programs and practitioners in the allied health and human service sectors.

The Practice Of Generalist Case Management

Author: Barbara J. Holt
Editor: Addison-Wesley Longman
ISBN: 9780205287338
Size: 10,98 MB
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This very practical book provides a nuts-and-bolts introduction to case management. The book was initially written by the author as a manual for beginning case managers, and it is still focused on how to actually track and manage a case load.The book is geared to entry-level professionals, and provides plenty of actual case examples to illustrate the pitfalls and high points of case management. Chapter 7 includes practical tips based on real training situations, such as how to interview clients. A list of key terms at the end of every chapter provides a focus for student review. Discussion questions at the end of every chapter are taken from real-life case management practice. Bibliographies at the ends of the chapters and at the end of the text provide suggestions for further research. The glossary at the end of the book establishes standard definitions of terms commonly used in practice.For anyone interested in social work, nursing, psychology, or public administration.

The Practice Of Generalist Social Work

Author: Associate Professor of Social Work Julie Birkenmaier
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136815511
Size: 19,94 MB
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Sufficiently concise to be teachable in a one-semester practice course, yet available with a treasure trove of related materials for use in a two or three-course practice sequence, this text helps translate the guiding theoretical perspectives of social justice, human rights, and critical social construction into purposeful social work practice. Three unique cases, specially written for this Series, provide a "learning by doing" framework unavailable from any other social work publisher. Companion readings and many other resources enable this text to be the centerpiece for three semesters of practice teaching. Go to www.routledgesw.com to learn more.

The Cross Cultural Practice Of Clinical Case Management In Mental Health

Author: Peter Manoleas
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135839913
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Discover a culturally competent model of clinical case management in mental health practice settings. In The Cross-Cultural Practice of Clinical Case Management, author Peter Manoleas synthesizes some of the existent thinking on case management in cross-cultural psychotherapy settings and develops an effective model of clinical case management for mental health practitioners. The person-in-environment approach leads mental health professionals to realize that case managers and their clients must deal with a variety of cultures within the treatment environment. Rehabilitation programs, substance abuse programs, public assistance, the police, and especially psychiatry itself, are each characterized by their own 'cultures.’These may, at times, conflict with or present significant dissonance with the client's own ethnic culture. The Cross-Cultural Practice of Clinical Case Management advocates that the role of “culture broker” be added to the list of activities for effective clinical case managers. Several of the major ethnic groups represented in public mental health populations are examined, as well as other topics relevant to the daily practice of mental health professionals: Effective cross-cultural crisis intervention The culture of homelessness Women and the mental health system Asians and Pacific Islanders Latinos African Americans Native Americans Seriously Emotionally Disturbed Children The Cross-Cultural Practice of Clinical Case Management is of interest to practicing mental health professionals in the public sector as those systems convert from individual therapy to case management models of service delivery. Increasing numbers of ethnic minorities in public systems and the emphasis on cultural competence will make all of the topics of interest to many readers.

Case Management

Author: Di Gursansky
Editor: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 9781865088938
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An introduction to case management for students and professionals in the human services.

Life Care Planning And Case Management Handbook

Author: Roger O. Weed
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 0203505255
Size: 16,73 MB
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Life Care Planning and Case Management Handbook, Second Edition brings together the many concepts, beliefs, and procedures regarding life care plans into one state-of-the-art publication. This second edition of a bestseller is focused on prioritizing and managing the spectrum of services for people with serious medical problems and their families. Keeping up with advances in the field, this is the most comprehensive reference for everyone concerned with coordinating, evaluating, assessing, and monitoring care.

A Case Manager S Study Guide

Author: Denise Fattorusso
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780763732998
Size: 14,51 MB
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This is the most comprehensive print and electronic combination study guide case management certification! It contains the most up-to-date information, assures a uniform base knowledge for the successful case manager, and provides: study questions and practice exams to help you assess your skills and needs.

Essential Readings In Case Management

Author: Catherine M. Mullahy
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780834211391
Size: 15,31 MB
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Bullets in Emergency Medicine: Review and Reminders in Pursuit of Evidence-Based Decisions is a concise guide to the diagnosis and treatment patients in the Emergency Department. Arranged by signs and symptoms as well as by system, this accessible handbook is an ideal reference for use in the Emergency Department and a perfect review for the ACEP boards.