A Virtual Practice Community for Student Learning and Staff Development in Health and Social Work Inter-Professional Education; Changing Practice Through Collaboration

@inproceedings{Scammell2008AVP,
  title={A Virtual Practice Community for Student Learning and Staff Development in Health and Social Work Inter-Professional Education; Changing Practice Through Collaboration},
  author={Janet Scammell and Maggie Hutchings and Anne Quinney},
  year={2008}
}
This Mini Project has been funded by the Health Sciences and Practice Subject Centre of the Higher Education Academy Available on-line at HEA website: http://www.health.heacademy.ac.uk/publications/miniproject/scammell08.pdf 

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