Clinical Judgement In The Health And Welfare Professions: Extending the Evidence Base
The complex ways in which professionals negotiate the process of case formulation remain radically under-explored in the existing literature. This timely book examines this neglected area. Drawing on the authors' own detailed ethnographic and discourse analytic studies and on developments in social science, the book aims to reconstitute clinical judgement and case formulation as both practical-moral and rational-technical activities.
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Clinical Judgement In The Health And Welfare Professions
White, Susan,Stancombe, John
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