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Title: The case for case management in adult protection
Author(s): Cambridge, Paul
Parkes, Tessa
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Keywords: adult protection
multi-agency working
Issue Date: 2004
Date Deposited: 26-Mar-2013
Citation: Cambridge P & Parkes T (2004) The case for case management in adult protection. Journal of Adult Protection, 6 (2), pp. 4-14.
Abstract: This paper argues for a case management rationale in adult protection management and practice, drawing insights from a series of linked training initiatives and an evaluation of the role of the specialist adult protection coordinator. An explicit case managed approach contrasts with much current practice for adult protection, where responsibilities often vary widely within, between and across agencies and professional and worker roles.
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