The Mental Capacity Act 2005: A Guide for Practice (Post-Qualifying Social Work Practice Series) Paperback – 29 Jul 2009
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"An excellent book in every respect." (Senior lecturer, University of Huddersfield.)
About the Author
Robert Brown is a social worker and a Director of Edge Training and Consultancy Ltd. He provides refresher training for AMHPs and helps to train Section 12 Approved Doctors and Approved Clinicians in South West England and Wales. He provides consultation and supervision services to Cornwall, Guernsey, Hampshire, Jersey and Reading. Rob has published widely in the field of mental health and mental capacity law; co-authoring The Mental Health Capacity Act 2005: a Guide to Practice as well as Mental Health Law in England and Wales. He was a Mental Health Act Commissioner from 1992-2010. Prior to that, Rob worked as a Mental Health Welfare Officer and then an Approved Social Worker with Hampshire County Council. He has been a lecturer at Southampton University, Stirling University and Croydon College. Rob is a Visiting Fellow at Bournemouth University and was a finalist in the British Social Work Awards 2013, Lifetime Achievement category.
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on 13 May 2011
I used the first Ed in my previous workplace as a hands on guide whilst doing MC assessments, I am now using this edition in my new job teaching people how to do the MC assessments. Can't day more than that really. I great, easy to follow, plan English, grounded, hands on guide. And this from me who hates reading work related books!
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