Reviewers needed for new safeguarding adults practice book
RiPfA is taking the role of Series Editor for a new suite of books on good practice, produced by Jessica Kingsley Publishers. The first of the new titles will be on the topic of safeguarding adults, and RiPfA is now looking for peer reviewers to read and comment on the first drafts.
- The making safeguarding personal approach to practice
- Signs of safety approach to practice
- Participative practices, peer networks, circles of support and family group conferencing
- Working towards recovery and resolution/mediation and restorative justice
- Service user involvement and engagement in adult safeguarding
- Understanding and working with risk
- Mental capacity and adult safeguarding
- Using the law to support adult safeguarding interventions
- Managing/overcoming difficult encounters
- Self-neglect and hoarding
- Domestic abuse and adult safeguarding
- Modern slavery and human trafficking
If you have experience in any of these areas and are interested in becoming a peer reviewer, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.