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Principles of social work as applied to an advisory service
 — addresses [to the National Standing Conference of Citizens' Advice Bureaux, William Beveridge Hall, Senate House, London, September 1954]
Corporate AuthorNational Standing Conference of Citizens' Advice Bureaux, London, 1954
PublisherNCSS, for the National Citizens' Advice Bureaux Committee, London, 1955
Pages44 pp
KeywordsAdvisory services [elderly] ; Social work ; Social ethics ; Conference proceedings.
AnnotationThe purpose of the Conference was to consider the principles underlying social work and their application to the day-to-day work of Citizens' Advice Bureaux (CABs) or to other advisory services. The papers were also intended to serve as a basis for thought and discussion by CAB workers, and possibly as the first step in the direction of adopting a "code of ethics" for their guidance. The concluding paper discusses the legal implications of the confidential nature of CAB work. (RH).
Accession NumberCPA-930726001 P
ClassmarkIT: IG: TQ: 6M *

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