But the book will identify ways in which harmful outcomes, and other possible problems, may be minimised. If the quality of risk-taking in professional contexts is to improve, we need to focus on making improvements at a number of different levels, and not just concentrate on the individual decision-maker.
Good Practice in Risk Assessment and Risk Management 2 Key Themes for Protection, Rights and Responsibilities.
Providing a complete guide to good practice for those involved in risk assessment and management, this book is the first to bring together the key issues involved, and examine them in the context of wide range of social care settings. such as child protection, disability, work with older people, mental health, offenders, and drug addiction. It will be of use to practitioners, managers, trainers, policy makers and students. Good Practice in Risk Assessment and Risk Management (Good Practice in Health, Social Care and Criminal Justice Series). 1853023388 (ISBN13: 9781853023385).
Good Practice in Assessing Risk (Good Practice in Health, Social Care and Criminal Justice). The book achieves its aim of providing a guide to good practice in risk assessment and risk management. Professionals working directly with clients will find specific chapters on thier area, but may well benefit from looking through other chapters to help develop good practice by drawing on a range of theoretical frameworks and other examples. To date this is the most comprehensive and useful book on risk assessment and risk management and is highly recommended. The book is about risk assessment and risk management in social care. I have only read the first chapter as it was not what I was after.
Good Practice in Risk Assessment and Risk Management 2 Protection, Rights and Responsibilities. Jessica Kingsley Publishers London and Philadelphia. Appendix 1: assessing risk of serious harm in health and social care settings: the examples of child protection and sex offenders. 126. Appendix 2: risk assessment and management plan (example).
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This book reflects the latest policy and practice within health, social care and criminal justice and will be an invaluable volume to all professionals working in these fields. Maintaining a balance between managing and assessing risk and upholding the required high standards of practice in health and social care can be demanding, particularly in the current climate of increased preoccupation with the difficult tensions between rights, protection and risk-taking. Good Practice in Assessing Risk is a comprehensive guide to good practice for those working with risk, covering a wide variety of health, social care and criminal justice settings including child protection, mental health, work with sex offenders and work with victims of domestic violence
Applied social work practice. quantify risk and identify how needs might be met. These three aspects of practice, risk, needs and assessment, are discussed together in this chapter. While the chapter focuses on the social work role, usually other practitioners are involved, supporting the assessment process by providing information and/or services. Kemshall, H. and Pritchard, J. (eds) (1997) Good Practice in Risk Assessment and Risk Management, London, Jessica Kingsley Publishers. (2007) 'Risk assessment and management: an overview', in Lishman, J. (e. Handbook for Practice Learning in Social Work and Social Care, London, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, p. 53–168. Parsloe, P. (ed) (1999) Risk Assessment in Social Care and Social Work, London, Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Good Practice in the Law and Safeguarding Adults: Criminal Justice and Adult Protection (Good Practice in Health, Social Care and Criminal Justice), by Jacki Pritchard A handbook for criminal justice professionals who are tasked with protecting adults who are at risk for being victims of crime or violence. 34. Helping Victims of Violent Crime: Assessment, Treatment, and Evidence-Based Practice (Springer Series on Social Work), by Albert R. Roberts A handbook for how to appropriately help crime victims through healing as well as the criminal justice system if their perpetrator is caught
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