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Boundary issues (5): (Over)extended roles

Boundary issues (5): (Over)extended roles

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Armstrong, L. (2011)
Boundary issues: providing an evidence based service to existing clients while evolving a new role
Linda Armstrong provides the fifth response in our series considering everyday events which need to be on our ethical radar screen: ‘You are one of 3.5 whole time equivalents working with adults with acquired neurological, voice and fluency disorders. A full-time member of the team has been evolving a new role. There is no new money, and no benefit to the team’s usual clients. Where before you had the flexibility to adapt and innovate, you are now struggling to provide them with an evidence based service.’ While speech and language therapy always has and will continue to evolve, Linda Armstrong cautions that we need to do this in a strategic way, as new roles without new resources are detrimental to existing services which already have evidence suggesting our involvement can be effective and beneficial.
Armstrong, L. (2011)
Boundary issues: providing an evidence based service to existing clients while evolving a new role
Linda Armstrong provides the fifth response in our series considering everyday events which need to be on our ethical radar screen: ‘You are one of 3.5 whole time equivalents working with adults with acquired neurological, voice and fluency disorders. A full-time member of the team has been evolving a new role. There is no new money, and no benefit to the team’s usual clients. Where before you had the flexibility to adapt and innovate, you are now struggling to provide them with an evidence based service.’ While speech and language therapy always has and will continue to evolve, Linda Armstrong cautions that we need to do this in a strategic way, as new roles without new resources are detrimental to existing services which already have evidence suggesting our involvement can be effective and beneficial.

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Published by: Speech & Language Therapy in Practice on May 20, 2013
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