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Centre for Child and Family Research

Munro, E.R., Pinkerton, J. Mendes, P. Hyde-Dryden, G. Herczog, M. and Benbenishty, R. (2011) 'The contribution of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child to understanding and promoting the interests of young people making the transition from care to adulthood.' Children and Youth Services Review. 33(12), pp.2417-2423.

Ward, H. (2011) 'Continuities and discontinuities: Issues concerning the establishment of a persistent sense of self amongst care leavers.' Children and Youth Services Review 33. 12, 2512-2518

Munro, E.R. and France, A. (2011) 'Implementing Local Safeguarding Children Boards: managing complexity and ambiguity.' Child and Family Social Work. Advance Access Published 1 Aug 2011, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2206.2011.00788.x

Chamberlain, P., Snowden, L.R., Padgett,C.,Saldana,L.,Roles,J.,Holmes,L.J,Ward,H,Reid,J, Landsverk,J., (2011) 'A Strategy for Assessing Costs of Implementing New Practices in the Child Welfare System: Adapting the English Cost Calculator in the United States.' Administration and Policy in Mental Health 38, 1, 24-31.

Lushey, C. and Maskell-Graham, D. (2010) 'Care leavers and homelessness in England; protective factors offered by Right2BCared4 and Staying Put 18+ initiatives ' Council to Homeless Persons - Parity. 23, 5, 22-23.

Munro, E.R. (2008) 'Research governance, ethics and access: a case study illustrating the new challenges facing social researchers.' International Journal of Social Research Methodology.

Ward, H. and Holmes, L. (2008) 'Calculating the costs of local authority care for children with contrasting needs.’ ' Child and Family Social Work 13. 1, 80-90.

Sempik, J., Ward, H. and Darker, I. (2008) 'Emotional and behavioural difficulties of children and young people at entry to care.' Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 13.

Munro, E.R. and Ward, H. (2008) ''Balancing parents' and very young children's rights in care proceedings: decision-making in the context of the Human Rights Act 1998.' Child and Family Social Work 13, 227-234.

Munro, E.R (2008) 'Developing frameworks to support care leavers’ transitions to adulthood: messages from England and Norway' Mifgash: Journal of Social-Educational Work. 28, pp.155-175. (Hebrew translation)

McDermid, S. (2008) 'The nature and availability of child level data on children in need for use by Children’s Services practitioners and Managers.' Research Policy and Planning. 26, 3, 183 -192.

Darker, I., Ward, H. and Caulfield, L. (2008) 'An Analysis of Offending by Young People Looked After by Local Authorities.' Youth Justice 8, 2, 138-148.

Munro, E. R., Stein, M. and Ward, H. (2005) 'Comparing how different social, political and legal frameworks support or inhibit transitions from public care to independence in Europe, Israel, Canada and the United States.' International Journal of Child Welfare 4, 191-201.

Ward, H., Skuse, T., Munro, E.R. (2005) 'The best of times, the worst of times - Young people’s views of care and accommodation. ' Adoption and Fostering 29. 1, 8-17.

Munro, E. R., Holmes, L. and Ward, H. (2005) 'Researching Vulnerable Groups: Ethical Issues and the Effective Conduct of Research in Local Authorities' British Journal of Social Work, 35(7), pp. 1023-1038.

Stein, M., Ward, H. and Courtney, M. (2011) International perspectives on young people's transitions from care to adulthood. Children and Youth Services Review. 33(12), pp.2409-2411

Munro, E.R., Pinkerton, J., Mendes, P., Hyde-Dryden, G., Herczog, M. and Benbenishty, R. (2011) 'The contribution of the United Nations Convention on the RIghts of the Child to understanding and promoting the interests of young people making the transition from care to adulthood.' Children and Youth Services Review. 33(12) 2512-2518.

McDermid, S. (2014) The Common Assessment Framework: The impact of the Lead Professional on families and professionals as part of a continuum of care in England. Child and Family Social Work

 

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