Tompsett, Hilary
July 2010
Community Care;7/8/2010, Issue 1826, p6
The article focuses on encouraging universities to work together for consistency in achieving good practice. General Social Care Council introduced practices for universities, students and employers who need social workers. It suggests that the universities should be open to sharing and replicating best practices.


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