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Social Work Law in Scotland provides a practical guide to the legal framework within which social work operates. Providing accessible explanations of law, the book provides coverage of key areas of law in social work including those relating to children, families and adult services. Social Work Law in Scotland is...
By Jaan Paju
The aim of this book is to examine how EU law relates to and impacts on the national social security systems of the Member States. It asks three key questions. Firstly, it looks at how the internal market and its developments have eroded Member States' sovereignty over their social security...
Duties to Care delivers a groundbreaking new socio-legal investigation into the regulatory dimensions of caring for a person with dementia. Exploring the legal aspects of dementia care by covering everything from diagnosis to end-of-life decision making, this book uses empirical data to provide original analysis of dementia care regulation.
Dale and Appelbe's is your definitive guide to law relating to pharmacy and medicine practice in Great Britain. It covers law and professional regulation that all pharmacy and medicine professionals need to know.
By Ann Stanyer
Financial Abuse of Older Clients: Law, Practice and Prevention is written in a practical, accessible style providing analysis, comment and in-depth analysis helping solicitors and others to be proactive in protecting their older clients. It covers: what financial abuse is; who is vulnerable to such abuse; the vulnerable but mentally...
This book fully explains the provisions of the Care Act 2014 and its implications for health and social care in the UK. Written by a leading authority in the field, it addresses the issues arising from the new legislation and its impact on everyday health and social care practice.
This interdisciplinary book for philosophers, legal scholars, and medico-legal practitioners offers a unique relational account of mental capacity through critical analysis of concepts such as autonomy and rationality. It explores how relationships, and specific relational, dialogical practices, can enable or disable the decision-making of individuals with impairments.