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Making Use of Clinical Audit: A Guide to Practice in the

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Even if �race-neutral programs� were possible, the irony is that white racism would likely be the major obstacle to their implementation. This White Paper has been drawn up with the full participation of the stakeholders in the welfare field. Local associations for the mentally retarded, which advocate on behalf of the developmentally handicapped and also provide some services in their local communities, have been founded in many parts of Canada. UCLA Social Welfare faculty members are committed to placing their knowledge at the service of communities and empowering the disadvantaged and the vulnerable.

Pages: 188

Publisher: Open Univ Pr (November 1995)

ISBN: 0335195431

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