Inclusive Practice for Health Professionals

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Oxford University Press, Jan 2, 2016 - Medical - 340 pages
Inclusive Practice: Sociological Concepts for Health Professionals introduces students to the socio-political implications of the work they will be doing within the healthcare sector. It embraces the multi-disciplinary nature of work in the health professions, and applies the term inclusive practice to focus attention on its relevance to all health care professionals with the shared aim of improving health outcomes.

The text considers the interface between health care delivery, health care professionals and population groups, while providing a critical approach to examining the strategies for inclusive practice in contemporary Australian health care.

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Jenny Davis, Project Manager, Innovation, Policy and Research, Benetas Support Office, Melanie Birks, Professor, Head of Nursing, Midwifery and Nutrition, James Cook University, Ysanne Chapman, Adjunct Professor, James Cook University

Ms Jenny Davis, RN, RM, MMid, BApp Sci (Nsg), BHIM (Hons), GDip Crit Care, GDip Periop, GCert HEd, CertIV T&A., Project Manager, Innovation, Policy and Research, Benetas Support Office

Professor Melanie Birks, RN, PhD, BN, Med, Head Nursing, Midwifery and Nutrition, School of Nursing and Midwifery, JCU Townsville (until June 2013, Melanie was Deputy Dean, CQUniversity, Noosa Campus)

Professor Ysanne Chapman RN, PhD, MSc (Hons), BEd (Nsg), GDE, DNE, DRM, Adjunct Professor, James Cook University

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