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  • 1.   Identifying and assessing cases of child neglect: learning from the Irish experience

    The aim of this study was to increase knowledge of social work practice in cases of child neglect

    Child & Family Social Work, Vol: 10 Page: 99-110 2005
    Jan Horwath

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  • 2.   Promoting child protection, welfare and healing: The case for developing best practice

    This paper focuses specifically on the meanings and development of best practice in family support in the context of child protection work

    Child & Family Social Work, Vol: 6 Page: 1-12 2001
    Harry Ferguson

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  • 3.   Review of Child Protection Work: Beyond the Rhetoric

    Book Review: Child Protection Work

    Social Work and Social Sciences Review, Vol: 11 Page: 70-77 2004
    Ros Day

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  • 4.   Review of Trauma, Attachment and Family Performance. Fear Can Stop You Loving

    Book Review: Attachment and Family Performance. Fear Can Stop You Loving

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 10 Page: 304-305 2004
    Colette Gray

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  • 5.   The Effects of Maltreatment on Children's Health and Well-Being

    This article provides an overview of all the different types of child maltreatment in terms of characteristics of victims, the range of consequences, mediating factors and types of interventions that may be offered

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 9 Page: 236-250 2003
    Helga Sneddon

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  • 6.   The missing assessment domain: Personal, professional and organizational factors influencing professional judgements when identifying and referring child neglect

    This study aimed to explore personal, professional and organizational factors influencing professional judgements when identifying and referring child neglect

    British Journal of Social Work, Vol: 37 Page: 1285-1303 2007
    Jan Horwath

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