Involving Service Users and Carers in Admissions for Courses in Social Work and Clinical Psychology : Cross-Disciplinary Comparison of Practices at the University of Birmingham

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  title={Involving Service Users and Carers in Admissions for Courses in Social Work and Clinical Psychology : Cross-Disciplinary Comparison of Practices at the University of Birmingham},
  author={Elizabeth Matka and Dawn River and Rosemary Littlechild and Theresa Powell},
  year={2010}
}
Rationales for involving service users and carers in professional health and social work education tend to derive from arguments of empowerment, consumer rights and/or improvement in service outcomes. In the UK, these rationales are now firmly embedded, and involvement is increasingly expected in all aspects of training, but little literature # The Author 2009. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of The British Association of Social Workers. All rights reserved. British Journal of… CONTINUE READING

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