An Interview with Jackie Martin and Julie Gosling.
Jackie Martin is Principal Lecturer in Social Work, De Montfort University, UK. She works with service users and carers on the Post Qualifying Social Work Award and carries out research with service users. Julie Gosling, as Director of Advocacy in Action, has developed and delivered teaching at universities across the UK and Europe, and has over 20 years’ experience at the forefront of community involvement and in creating and supporting partnerships.
In this interview they discuss their new book Making Partnerships with Service Users and Advocacy Groups Work: Why the word ‘partnership’ is often an empty rhetoric and what is needed to make meaningful and true partnerships work between service users and social care providers.
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