Book Review Clinical Governance in Mental Health and Learning Disability Services – A Practical Guide Adrian James, Adrian Worrell and Tim Kendall (Eds) London: Gaskell, 2005 linical Governance in Mental Health and chapter seven is a useful read for those charged with Learning Disability Services – A Practical Guide is one of implementing clinical governance within mental those books that has found a niche target audience health and learning disability organisations. and then delivers exactly ‘what it says on the tin’. Part three (chapters nine to 16) covers the building This book includes contributions from a cross- blocks and key elements of clinical governance. This section of academics, lead clinicians and consultants, section provides an insight into the unique in addition to contributions from leading clinical contribution that service users and carers should governance practitioners. It combines the theory and provide, with guidance on how this may be achieved ﬁrst principles of clinical governance with practical (chapter nine). The other chapters within this section guidance and helpful examples from real-life cover the essentials such as risk management, training experiences. and education, evidence-based practice, appraisals and Part one (chapters one and two) succinctly explains multi-agency working – an essential read
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