Bridging the divide: the impact of beliefs on developing services for carers in a Ghanaian context and implications for practice

Neil Quinn, T. Evans

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    Abstract

    This paper looks at the impact of beliefs on developing services for carers in a Ghanaian context and implications for practice

    Conference

    ConferenceSocial Work 2007: Social changes and social professions, International Federation of Social Workers/International Federation of Schools of Social Work, European Conference
    CountryItaly
    CityParma
    Period16/03/07 → …

    Keywords

    • bridging
    • divide
    • impact of beliefs
    • developing services
    • carers
    • ghanian context

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    Quinn, N., & Evans, T. (2007). Bridging the divide: the impact of beliefs on developing services for carers in a Ghanaian context and implications for practice. Paper presented at Social Work 2007: Social changes and social professions, International Federation of Social Workers/International Federation of Schools of Social Work, European Conference, Parma, Italy.
    Quinn, Neil ; Evans, T. / Bridging the divide : the impact of beliefs on developing services for carers in a Ghanaian context and implications for practice. Paper presented at Social Work 2007: Social changes and social professions, International Federation of Social Workers/International Federation of Schools of Social Work, European Conference, Parma, Italy.
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    Bridging the divide : the impact of beliefs on developing services for carers in a Ghanaian context and implications for practice. / Quinn, Neil; Evans, T.

    2007. Paper presented at Social Work 2007: Social changes and social professions, International Federation of Social Workers/International Federation of Schools of Social Work, European Conference, Parma, Italy.

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    Quinn N, Evans T. Bridging the divide: the impact of beliefs on developing services for carers in a Ghanaian context and implications for practice. 2007. Paper presented at Social Work 2007: Social changes and social professions, International Federation of Social Workers/International Federation of Schools of Social Work, European Conference, Parma, Italy.