Cambridge University Press Series
Cambridge University Press has launched a new book series on values-based practice. The series includes theoretical and research-orientated topics as well as more practice-based books in different areas of clinical practice, learning and teaching, and policy.
If you would like to talk to us about possible future books for the series, please contact us.
|Title: Essentials of Values-based Practice: Clinical Stories Linking Science with people
Authors: K.W.M (Bill) Fulford, Ed Peile and Heidi Carroll
This book is the launch volume for the new series. It illustrates the impact of values-based practice through a series of clinical stories.
Further information about Essentials of Values-based Practice
|Title: Values-Based Commissioning of Health and Social Care
Author: Christopher Heginbotham
An experienced health services manager and academic Chris Heginbotham was the first to identify the importance of values-based commissioning and to develop a detailed model for effective implementation
|Title: Values-based Interprofessional Collaborative Practice: Working Together in Health Care
Author: Jill Thistlethwaite
Jill Thistlethwaite brings her deep experience as a clinician and Professor of Medical Education to the way interprofessional collaborative practice supports the person-centred care that is at the heart of values-based practice.
|Title: Debates in Values-Based Practice: Arguments For and Against
Editor: Michael Loughlin
Edited by the philosopher Michael Loughlin this book explores through a series of detailed commentaries a number of controversial issues in both the theory and applications of values-based practice.