By Helen Aveyard, Pam Sharp, Mary
It is a beginner's consultant to the abilities of serious pondering, severe writing and demanding appraisal in healthiness and social care, and talks you thru each level of turning into a serious philosopher. every one bankruptcy tackles a distinct point of the method and utilizing examples and easy language exhibits you the way it truly is done.
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Who is the target audience? Remember to use the information in this context. It may be pitched for patients/clients rather than for professionals. In general, before you use a website in your academic work, you must assess the quality of the site and whenever possible you should use original sources. Consider whether it is the best evidence available or whether you should use it as a springboard for finding further information/evidence. Citing websites without judging their quality is like telling the marker, ‘I was in a bit of a rush and this is all I could find .
We need to keep up to date and respond flexibly and creatively to solve problems in fast-changing health and social care environments. In response to this information overload, the best strategy is not just to keep reading and accessing up-to-date information but also to be critical of the information you read so that you know which information is useful to you and which is less useful. The aim of this book is to show you how to do this most effectively. It is not appropriate in the world of health and social care to accept everything you are told by lecturers and practice assessor/mentors, or to learn only by observing role models and building up experience.
CRITICAL THINKING AND WRITING IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE of ‘this is what my colleagues do’. In the case of Bolitho v. City & Hackney Health Authority  13 BMLR 111, CA, the court held that the body of expert opinion relied upon to judge good practice should be logical and evidence based, thus establishing a legal duty to provide care that is based on the best available evidence, rather than a repetition of other professionals’ action or advice. See if you can find any examples of legal cases where a health or social care professional has been prosecuted or litigated against.