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safeguarding olderpeople from abuseAngie's new book 'Whistleblowing and Ethics
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safeguarding olderpeople from abuseAngie's book 'Safeguarding older people from abuse.
Critical contexts to policy and practice'

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Whistleblow or Walk on By?
Paper given to the International Whistleblowing Research conference, Sarajevo, June 2015.
Safeguarding older people from mistreatment.
In Sven Hessle (ed) 'Human Rights and Social Equality', 2014.
Dilemmas in Safeguarding Older People from Abuse.
British Journal of Social Work, January 2013.
A culture of complicity.
Community Care, 31 March 2011.
Boosting the odds. Supporting parents with
learning disabilities.

Professional Social Work, July 2010.
Happy families. Research-based good practice
in supporting parents with learning disabilities.
Learning Disability Today, July 2010.
Ethics and the street-level bureaucrat:
implementing policy to protect elders from abuse.
Ethics and Social Welfare, July 2010.
  Elder Abuse, Ethical Dilemmas & Multi-Agency Work
Presentation given to the National Centre for the Protection
of Older People, UC Dublin

 

Review of Whistleblowing and Ethics in Health and Social Care

A highly recommended
'must read' book for not just those in the NHS but for
policy makers, governments and the general public.

Sharmila Chowdhury,
NHS whistleblower, www.sharmilachowdhury.com

 

Review of Safeguarding
older people from abuse

This book on safeguarding
of older people presents a critical and balanced
overview of practice,
policies and research. With Angie Ash’s ethical quest for “right action”, inertia can
no longer be accepted.
This book is essential reading and will become a classic training resource.

Professor Marie Beaulieu, Université de Sherbrooke,
Québec, Canada

 
 
   
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