How are caseloads managed elsewhere?

Horsier, Mark; Lombard, Daniel
October 2010
Community Care;10/7/2010, Issue 1838, p28
The article focuses on the caseload management as practiced in professions such as probation service, psychiatry and community nursing. As stated, caseload management in other professions can be helpful in managing caseloads in social work. In the probation service, a workload management tool is used that allows the officers to assess their workload. Caseload management in psychiatry relies on better case assessment. Community nursing also adopts an effective caseload management system.


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