Written for all professionals who strive to improve the health of others.A VIEW OF THEORY AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE Like an expert chef, a theoretically grounded health ... Without a theory, she or he has only the skills of a cafeteria line worker. ... Furthermore, imperatives within the workplace may direct the activities of practitioners-regardless of whether or not the implicit values are consistent with their own. ... The focus of intervention will also be subject to parallel variation. ... In short, theory supports the identification of key relevant variables.
|Author||:||Keith Tones, Jackie Green|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 2004-05-24|