Interprofessional Practice Research
Interprofessional working requires expert practitioners to work together as a team in an integrated, task focused way, rather than in parallel with other disciplines. This enables them to provide sensitive and flexible services to individuals and communities with complex service needs.
City University London is renowned in the United Kingdom and internationally for its innovative developments in interprofessional practice, research and education. This section gives you the opportunity to learn more about our research in the field.
Executive summary - An investigation into the antecedents of domestic homicide with a view to its prevention: A collaborative research project
Philippa Sully and Karl Greenaway, May 2005.
Scoping Interprofessional Education and Training in Social Work in Eight London Boroughs - Paul Newton and Jeanette Copperman, October 2005.]
Initial Trauma Support at UK airports: An Evidence Based Framework
Sandie Cox and Malcolm Wandrag, 2007.
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For specific queries relating to social workers contact Jeanette Copperman - Senior Lecturer in Social Work, Tel: 020 7040 5475, Email: J.Copperman@city.ac.uk