Introduction Part 1: Understanding communities 1: What is community health and social care development? 2: What is community? 3: Community: Aboriginal Australian perspectives 4: Understanding and assessing community capacity Part 2 Approaches to working with communities 5: Conceptual approaches to working with communities 6: Practice frameworks for working with communities 7: Government roles in community health and social care development Part 3: Skills in working with communities in community health and social care development 8: Community decision-making 9: Community partnerships 10: Community leadership 11: Community planning 12: Building knowledge about community health and social care development
Judy Taylor is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of South Australia. Brian Cheers is a Research Professor and Director, Centre for Rural and Regional Developmentat the Whyalla Campus at the University of South Australia. David Wilkinson is Deputy Head of the School of Medicine at Queensland University in Australia.
...a thoughtfully designed publication containing a wide range of case study materials, web-based resources and reflective exercises ideal for use with students across a range of qualifying professional programmes in the health field, and to practitioners new to the concept of working with communities within a social, rather than medical, model of planning and intervention. * International Journal of Integrated Care *