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Demystifying Mental Capacity : A guide for health and social care professionals, EPUB eBook

Demystifying Mental Capacity : A guide for health and social care professionals EPUB

Edited by Sally Lee, Lee-Ann Fenge, Keith Brown, Michael Lyne

Part of the Post-Qualifying Social Work Practice Series series

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This very practical book helps professionals and students to engage critically with their practice by addressing mental capacity and adult safeguarding. Its accessible and easy to navigate format include key topics surrounding assisted decision making, deprivation of liberty, and consent.

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