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Child Advocacy

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  • 1.   Doolin Memorial Lecture 2007: Fergus Finlay, chief executive, Barnardos: Are all the children of Ireland equal?

    This article discusses the subject "Are all children of Ireland equal" Fergus Finlay, chief executive, Barnardos

    Ir Med J, Vol: 100 Page: 612-3 2007 Nov-Dec
    J. F. Murphy

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  • 2.   Ethical issues in the daily medical care of children

    The article discusses ethical issues in the daily medical care of children

    Eur J Pediatr, Vol: 165 Page: 83-6 February 2006
    R. Kurz; D. Gill; S. Mjones

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  • 3.   Giving children and parents a voice - the parents' perspective

    This article discusses the difference it makes to the parents of a sick child when professionals make time to listen

    Paediatric Nursing, Vol: 18 Page: 20-23 2006
    B. Taylor

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  • 4.   Listening To Children, Speaking For Children: Health and Social Services Complaints and Child Advocacy

    This article discusses the importance of Health and Personal Social Services responses to complaints from service users in upholding children's rights, and in particular Article 12 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 9 Page: 109-116 2003
    Wendy Cousins; Sharon Milner; Eithne McLaughlin

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  • 5.   Prioritising health

    This article discusses prioritising health

    Paediatr Nurs, Vol: 17 Page: 3 September 2005
    N. Williams

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  • 6.   Representing children's views and best interests in court: an international comparison

    This paper provides a comparison of a number of alternative models of international practice in relation to the appointment and organization of guardians ad litem and other children's representatives in child care and family proceedings

    Child Abuse Review, Vol: 14 Page: 220-239 2005
    A. Bilson; S. White

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