Books & publications

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Books & publications

Anning, A. (2010) Developing Multiprofessional Teamwork For Integrated Children's Services. UK: OUP

Boyle, D. & Harris, M. (2009) The Challenge of Co-production: How Equal Partnerships Between Professionals and the Public are Crucial to Improving Public Services. England: NESTA


Capra, F. & Luisi, P. L. (2014) The systems view of life: A unifying vision. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Davis, H. & Day, C. (2010) Working in partnership: The Family Partnership Model. London: Pearson

Frost, N. & Robinson, M. (2016) Developing multiprofessional teamwork for integrated children’s services: Research, policy, practice. UK: OUP

Housley, W. (2017) Interaction in Multidisciplinary Teams. UK: Routledge

Hennan, D. & Birrell, D. (2018) The Integration of Health and Social Care in the UK: Policy and Practice. England: Macmillan

Lawrence, J. & Thorne, E. (2016) A Systems Approach to Integrating Health in Education. USA: Cairn Guidance.

Levitt, S. (1994) Basic Abilities: A whole approach. UK: Souvenir Press

Limbrick, P. (2003) An Integrated Pathway for Assessment and Support. For children with complex needs and their families. UK: Interconnections

Limbrick, P. (2012) Horizontal Teamwork in a Vertical World: Exploring interagency collaboration and peop[le empowerment. UK: Interconnections

Limbrick, P. (2020) Integration Made Possible: A practical manual for joint working, multiagency, multidisciplinary, transdisciplinary. UK: Interconnections

Limbrick-Spencer, G. (2001) The Keyworker - a practical guide. UK: Handsel Trust with Wordworks

Littlechild, B. & Smith, R. (eds) (2013) A Handbook for Interprofessional Practice in the Human Services: Learning to Work Together. UK: Routledge

Lotrecchiano, G. R. & Misra, S. (Eds) (2019) Communications in Transdisciplinary Teams. California: Informing Science Press

Mallinson, I. (1995) Keyworking: Examination of a Method of Individualizing Care for Older People in Residential Establishments. UK: Avebury

Miller, R. (2019) Social Work and Integrated Care. UK: Routledge

Mitchell, R. (1993) Crisis Intervention in Practice: The Multidisciplinary Team and the Mental Health Social Worker (Studies of Care in the Community). UK: Avebury

Orelove, F. P. & Sobsey, D. (1996) Educating Children with Multiple Disabilities: A Transdisciplinary Approach. Baltimore: Brookes

Ovretveit, J. (1993) Co-ordinating Community Care: Multidisciplinary Teams and Care Management. UK: OUP

Payne, M. & Campling, J. (2000) Teamwork in Multiprofessional Care. London: Palgrave

Pfund, R. (2010) Pathways in palliative care. In Perspectives on palliative care for children and young people: A global discourse, eds Pfund, R. & Fowler-Kerry, S. Oxford: Radcliffe. 

Tebbett, K. et al. (2006) Management of Cerebral Palsy: A Transdisciplinary Approach. USA: Sage

Timmins, N. (2019) Leading for integrated care ‘If you think competition is hard, you should try collaboration’. London: King’s Fund

Townsley, R., Abbott, D. & Watson, D. (2004) Making a difference? Exploring the impact of multi-agency working on disabled children with complex healthcare needs, their families and the professionals who support them. Bristol: Policy Press

Sanderson, H. & Lepkowsky, M. B. (2014) Person-Centred Teams: A Practical Guide to Delivering Personalisation Through Effective Team-Work. London: Jessica Kingsley

Speck, P. (2006) Teamwork in Palliative Care: Fulfilling or Frustrating? UK: OUP

Stacey, M. (2009) Teamwork and Collaboration in Early Years Settings. UK: Learning Matters

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