Category:Health and Social Care
Table Of Contents: Volume 14 Issue 4 - Special Issue: Safeguarding adults at risk of harm in Scotland
This article seeks to consider the links between emerging concepts of citizenship in the twenty‐first century and the legitimization of this agenda by providing an…
The development and piloting of the Self‐evaluation of Adult Support and Protection Activity in Scotland: Resource HandbookJames Hogg, David May
This paper aims to describe the development and evaluation of a resource for use by practitioners to self‐evaluate their policy and practice in relation to the Adult…
A pilot project: evaluating community nurses' knowledge and understanding of the Adult Support and Protection (Scotland) Act 2007Martin Campbell, Dionne Chamberlin
This paper's aim is to evaluate understanding and knowledge of the Adult Support and Protection (Scotland) Act 2007 in a sample of community nurses working in learning…
What difference does the Adult Support and Protection (Scotland) 2007 make to social work service practitioners' safeguarding practice?Kathryn Mackay, Mary Notman, Justin McNicholl, Diane Fraser, Claire McLaughlan, Sylvia Rossi
This article seeks to explore the difference that adult support and protection legislation may have made to work with adults at risk of harm in Scotland.
When self‐directed support meets adult support and protection: findings from the evaluation of the SDS test sites in ScotlandSusan Hunter, Jill Manthorpe, Julie Ridley, Michelle Cornes, Ann Rosengard
This paper aims to explore the possible connections between self‐directed support and adult support and protection, both of which are important policy developments in Scotland.
Online date, start – end:1999
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Dr Bridget Penhale
- Dr Margaret Flynn