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Communities of practice in health and social care

Communities of practice in health and social care
Communities of practice in health and social care
Communities of Practice in Health and Social Care highlights how communities of practice (CoPs) can make service development and quality improvement in health and social care easier to initiate and more sustainable.
Using a series of case studies from the UK and Australia the book demonstrates how the theory of CoPs is implemented in the delivery of health and social care and highlights the associated potential, complexities, advantages and disadvantages.
9781405168304
Blackwell Publishing
Le May, Andrée
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Le May, Andrée
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Le May, Andrée (2008) Communities of practice in health and social care , Oxford, UK. Blackwell Publishing, 144pp.

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Communities of Practice in Health and Social Care highlights how communities of practice (CoPs) can make service development and quality improvement in health and social care easier to initiate and more sustainable.
Using a series of case studies from the UK and Australia the book demonstrates how the theory of CoPs is implemented in the delivery of health and social care and highlights the associated potential, complexities, advantages and disadvantages.

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Published date: 2008

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Local EPrints ID: 58249
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/58249
ISBN: 9781405168304
PURE UUID: 87549a72-c8f3-4c62-885d-c801c2ae1c52

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Date deposited: 19 Aug 2008
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 20:32

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Author: Andrée Le May

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