- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- Notes on contributors
- One European social and caring professions in transition
- Two The impact of education on professional identity
- Three The construction of professional identity in social work: experience, analytical reflection and time
- Four Professional supervision and professional autonomy
- Five Reconfiguring professional autonomy? The case of social work in the UK
- Six Auditing and accountability
- Seven State regulation of the social work profession: an example from Poland
- Eight Professional boundary crossing and interprofessional knowledge development
- Nine The formation of a profession: the case of physiotherapy in Norway
- Ten The professional development of social work in Poland after 1989
- Eleven Professional dilemmas of defining a problem: the case of addiction treatment<sup>1</sup>
- Twelve Challenges of municipal community work
- Thirteen On the unnoticed aspects of professional practice
- Fourteen Can complexity in welfare professionals’ work be handled with standardised professional knowledge?
- Fifteen Who is viewed as client by social workers and general practitioners?
- Sixteen Activation work as professional practice: complexities and professional boundaries at the street level of employment policy implementation
- Seventeen Social and caring professions in European welfare states: trends and challenges
- Social and Caring Professions in European Welfare States
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