Inter-professional Partnership: a case study


  • Ana Kirby Clinical Psychologist of East Kent Health Authority, Folkestone



The case study presented required partnership participation on early
intervention. It outlines how the health visiting - clinical psychology partnership was effectively conducted and the difficulties encountered on occasions when the various professionals did not share similar philosophies or practices of collaborative partnership.


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Kirby, A. (2015). Inter-professional Partnership: a case study. Da Investigação às Práticas: Estudos De Natureza Educacional, 2(1), 4–22.