Joint training: best of both worlds?
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Joint training: best of both worlds?

Alex Mathieson Freelance journalist

The pioneers who developed joint training in the 1980s had a dream that dually qualified practitioners would be lapped up by service providers. But has their optimism been fulfilled? Alex Mathieson investigates

Many views, doubts and hopes have been expressed about joint training since its inception more than a decade ago. But are professionals, educators and managers any further forward in establishing whether it has a genuine place in the vanguard of service development, or is it an initiative that is long on ideas but short on practical achievement?

Learning Disability Practice. 7, 6,8-9. doi: 10.7748/ldp.7.6.8.s10

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