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Examining talk and interaction in meetings of professionals and service users

Christopher Hall and Tanja Dall

in Interprofessional Collaboration and Service Users: Analysing Meetings in Social Welfare

Published in print:
2021
Published Online:
January 2022
ISBN:
9781447356639
eISBN:
9781447356677
Item type:
chapter
Publisher:
Policy Press
DOI:
10.1332/policypress/9781447356639.003.0003
Subject:
Social Work, Communities and Organizations

The chapter reviews the literature on meetings and examines analytical concepts which are developed in later chapters of the book. Meetings are approached as social and interactional occasions which ... More


Negotiating epistemic rights to knowledge concerning service users’ recent histories in mental health meetings

Kirsi Juhila, Lisa Morriss, and Suvi Raitakari

in Interprofessional Collaboration and Service Users: Analysing Meetings in Social Welfare

Published in print:
2021
Published Online:
January 2022
ISBN:
9781447356639
eISBN:
9781447356677
Item type:
chapter
Publisher:
Policy Press
DOI:
10.1332/policypress/9781447356639.003.0008
Subject:
Social Work, Communities and Organizations

The chapter examines mental health meetings undertaken as part of the Care Programme Approach context in England. It applies the concepts of epistemic status and rights in analysing the ownership of ... More


Being Cognitively Evaluated: Learning to Medicalize Forgetfulness

Renée L. Beard

in Living with Alzheimer's: Managing Memory Loss, Identity, and Illness

Published in print:
2016
Published Online:
January 2017
ISBN:
9781479800117
eISBN:
9781479855377
Item type:
chapter
Publisher:
NYU Press
DOI:
10.18574/nyu/9781479800117.003.0005
Subject:
Social Work, Health and Mental Health

This chapter depicts the subjective experience of being cognitively evaluated for Alzheimer’s at specialty clinics, which arguably amounts to a degradation ceremony. Drawing on medical sociology’s ... More


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