1. Welcome to this unit reading list

    Guides

    Advice

    • Remember to check the library catalogue for the previous edition of a book if necessary; you can also use the library catalogue to search more widely on your current topic of interest

    Assistance

  2. Indicative learning resources - Generic 6 items
    1. NHS Constitution: the NHS belongs to us all - Department of Health and Social Care 2015

      Document Recommended

    2. Legislation 2 items
  3. Interprofessional Working 5 items
    1. Human factors in healthcare: Level one - Rosenorn-Lanng, D. 2015

      Book  Unlimited concurrent user access e-book

    2. Human Factors in Healthcare: Level One - Rosenorn-Lanng, D. 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book  Single user licence (1 student can access at a time) e-book (a back-up access option)

    3. A handbook for interprofessional practice in the human services: learning to work together - Littlechild, B. and Smith, R.S. 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended This book gives a good overview of interprofessional working. It is particularly recommended that you read the first three chapters and the later chapters most relevant to your own profession or area of practice.

    4. Understanding interprofessional working in health and social care: theory and practice - Pollard, K.C., Thomas, J. and Miers, M. 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Optional

    5. Interprofessional working in health and social care: professional perspectives - Thomas, J., Pollard, K.C. and Sellman, D. 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Optional

  4. Professional texts and professional standards documents 1 item
    1. Standards of conduct, performance and ethics - Health and Care Professions Council 2016

      Webpage Essential

  5. Reflective Practice 3 items
    1. Becoming a reflective practitioner - Johns, C. 2017 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    2. Reflective practice in nursing - Bulman, C. and Schutz, S. 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

  6. Humanising and person centred care 2 items
    1. The challenge of person-centred care: an interprofessional perspective - Koubel, G. and Bungay, H. 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

  7. Evidence-based Practice and Research 4 items
    1. How to do a systematic literature review in nursing: a step-by-step guide - Bettany-Saltikov, J. and McSherry, R. 2016

      Book Recommended

    2. A beginner's guide to evidence-based practice in health and social care - Aveyard, H. and Sharp, P. 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

  8. Basic research 3 items
    1. Understanding clinical papers - Bowers, D. 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    2. Research for evidence-based practice in healthcare - Newell, R., Burnard, P and Newell, R. c2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

  9. General information sources 3 items
  10. OT specific 6 items
    1. Standards of conduct, performance and ethics - Health and Care Professions Council 2016

      Webpage Essential

    2. Standards of proficiency - Occupational therapists - Health and Care Professions Council 2013

      Webpage Essential Essential for OT students

    3. Code of ethics and professional conduct - Royal College of Occupational Therapists 2015

      Document Essential Essential for OT students

    4. Legal aspects of occupational therapy - Dimond, B. 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    5. Standards of continuing professional development - Health and Care Professions Council 2018

      Webpage Recommended

    6. Code of Continuing Professional Development - Royal College of Occupational Therapists

      Document Recommended

  11. Physio specific 7 items
    1. Standards of conduct, performance and ethics - Health and Care Professions Council 2016

      Webpage Essential

    2. Standards of proficiency – Physiotherapists - Health and Care Professions Council 2013

      Webpage Essential Essential for Physio students

    3. Professional Values of Members’ Code and Behaviour - The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy 2011

      Document Essential

    4. Continuing Professional Development - The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy 2015

      Webpage Recommended

    5. Legal aspects of physiotherapy - Dimond, B. 2009

      Book Recommended

    6. Standards of continuing professional development - Health and Care Professions Council 2018

      Webpage Recommended

    7. Code of Members' Professional Values and Behaviour - The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy 2011

      Webpage Essential

  12. ODP specific 4 items
    1. Standards of continuing professional development - Health and Care Professions Council 2018

      Webpage Recommended

    2. Standards of conduct, performance and ethics - Health and Care Professions Council 2016

      Webpage Essential

    3. Legal aspects of nursing - Dimond, B. 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

  13. Paramedic Science specific 3 items
    1. Standards of continuing professional development - Health and Care Professions Council 2018

      Webpage Recommended

    2. Standards of conduct, performance and ethics - Health and Care Professions Council 2016

      Webpage Essential

    3. Standards of proficiency - Paramedics - Health and Care Professions Council 2014

      Webpage Essential

  14. Social Work specific 8 items
    1. Social work: an introduction - Lishman, J., Yuill, C., Brannan,J. and Gibson, A. 2018

      Book Optional

    2. Social work with disadvantaged and marginalised people - Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S. 2018

      Book Optional

    3. Promoting equality: working with diversity and difference - Thompson, N. 2018

      Book Optional

    4. Writing analytical assessments in social work - Dyke, C. 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Optional

    5. Standards of continuing professional development - Health and Care Professions Council 2018

      Webpage Recommended

    6. Standards of conduct, performance and ethics - Health and Care Professions Council 2016

      Webpage Essential

    7. Standards of proficiency - Social workers in England - Health and Care Professions Council 2017

      Webpage Essential

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