Conflicts in the residential keyworker role

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Abstract

this article explores the various roles implicit in being a residential keyworker and some of the conflicts which can be experienced by careworkers performing these roles.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHealth, Welfare and Practice
Subtitle of host publicationReflecting on Roles and Relationships
EditorsJan Walmsley, Jill Reynolds, Pam Shakespeare, Ray Woolfe
Place of PublicationLondon
Pages202-210
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 21 Dec 1992

Keywords

  • roles
  • relationship
  • social care
  • keyworker

Cite this

Connelly, G. (1992). Conflicts in the residential keyworker role. In J. Walmsley, J. Reynolds, P. Shakespeare, & R. Woolfe (Eds.), Health, Welfare and Practice: Reflecting on Roles and Relationships (pp. 202-210). London.
Connelly, Graham. / Conflicts in the residential keyworker role. Health, Welfare and Practice: Reflecting on Roles and Relationships. editor / Jan Walmsley ; Jill Reynolds ; Pam Shakespeare ; Ray Woolfe. London, 1992. pp. 202-210
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Conflicts in the residential keyworker role. / Connelly, Graham.

Health, Welfare and Practice: Reflecting on Roles and Relationships. ed. / Jan Walmsley; Jill Reynolds; Pam Shakespeare; Ray Woolfe. London, 1992. p. 202-210.

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