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Title: Report of four workshops on multidisciplinary teamwork
Authors: Kummissjoni Nazzjonali Handikappati
Ghaqda ghall-Genituri ta' Tfal Handikappati
Department of Health. Health Education Unit
Authors: Samuel, George
Eminyan, Rene
Cassar, Max
Muscat, Margaret
Martinelli, Victor
Pace, Terry
Vella, Sandra
Micallef, Martin
Keywords: Social service -- Teamwork -- Malta
People with disabilities -- Rehabilitation -- Malta
People with disabilities -- Care -- Malta
Disability evaluation
Action research
Special education -- Parent participation -- Malta
Data protection -- Law and legislation
Issue Date: 1989
Publisher: Kummissjoni Nazzjonali Handikappati
Citation: National Commission for the Handicapped. (1989). Report of four workshops on multidisciplinary teamwork. Lejn il-futur: prinċipji u policies għall-persuni ħandikappati u l-familji tagħhom - Proceedings of a National Seminar, University of Malta (pp. 131-137). Malta.
Abstract: Workshop questions 1. What are the advantages or disadvantages of multidisciplinary teamwork? 2. a. Discuss whether the issue of confidentiality between interdisciplinary team members exists? b. Whether the issue of confidentiality causes problems? 3. What kind of relationship should there be between parents and team members? 4. a. Is a key worker necessary for the smooth coordination of multi disciplinary teamwork? b. If yes, who should take on this role? 5. Should medical care for handicapped children be available within the community, through the C.D.A.U. and the School Medical Service? a. Should these services be run by multi disciplinary teams? b. Or through any other services?
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