Summary: Preface. Part One. 1. Introduction 2. Action Research as an Approach to Inquiry and Development 3. Action Research - Contexts and Dimensions Part Two. Examples: The Variety of Action Research. Introduction: Some Themes and Contrasts 4. Developing Nursing Practice: Introducing Knee-length Anti- embolic Stockings, Noreen Kennedy 5. Introducing Bedside Handovers: Changing Practice on a Coronary Care Unit, Fergal Searson 6. Empowering the Supporters: Enhancing the Role of Unqualified Sup ...show moreport Workers in a Housing Scheme for People with Mental Health Problems, Philip Kemp 7. What Does an Elephant Look Like? Problems Encountered on a Journey to Innovation in Child Protection, Valerie Childs 8. Developing Client-Focused Work With People with Profound Learning Disabilities, Brenda Dennett 9. Researching the Experiences of Black Professionals in White Organisations: An Example from Social Work, Cathy Aymer 10. Community Involvement in a Bid for Urban Regeneration Funds, Richard Lawrence 11. The Citizens' Commision: A UK Case Study of Service-User-Controlled Research, Peter Beresford Mike Turner 12. The Camden 'Alternative Choices in Mental Health' Project, Yan Weaver and Vicky Nicholls 13. A Foot in the Door: A Collaborative Action Research Project with Cancer-Service-Users, Jane Bradburn and Cherry Mackie 14. Pauline and Alzheimer's: 'Reflections' on Caring, Philip Ingram Part Three. Undertaking an Action Research Project - A Practical Guide Part Four. Action Research as a Form of Social Inquiry - A 'Theoretical' Justification ...show lessEdition/Copyright: 01
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