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  • 1.   'A Word in Your Ear': A Study of Foster Carers' Attitudes to Recommending Fostering to Others

    This study describes the issues that most carers come into fostering via word of mouth - throughout the current foster carers within the South and East Belfast Health and Social Services Trust.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 8 Page: 19-34 2002
    John Sheldon

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  • 2.   Achieving Best Practice to Secure the Best Interests of Children

    The article identifies when, why and how expert witnesses should be commissioned and examines their role in providing independent advice to the court.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 8 Page: 295 2002
    Justice Gillen

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  • 3.   Adolescent substance abuse among young people excluded from school in Belfast

    The aim of this study was to examine young people living in Belfast aged 13 to 14 years who are considered to be at a particularly high risk to substance abuse because they are excluded from school

    Drugs: Education, Prevention & Policy, Vol: 12 Page: 101-112 2005
    Patrick McCrystal; Kathryn Higgins; Andrew Percy; Maeve Thornton

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  • 4.   Boosting the achievement of fostered children in Northern Ireland

    This article discusses the program Fostering Achievement: Supporting Foster Carers As First Educators launched by the Fostering Network and Include Youth in Belfast, Northern Ireland. I

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 31 Page: 8-8 2007 Spring2007

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  • 5.   Constructions of Locality and Gender and their Impact on the Educational Aspirations of Working-class Children

    This study examines the significance of locality for working-class children and its impact upon the children's general experiences and educational aspirations

    International Studies in Sociology of Education, Vol: 11 Page: 107-129 2001
    Paul Connolly; Julie Neill

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  • 6.   Developing the social work researcher through a practitioner research training programme

    This study aimed to explore findings of a survey undertaken to assess the research literacy and competency of the social work professions as well as interest and desire to learn by undertaking research training

    Social Work Education, Vol: 19 Page: 359-373 2000
    Patrick McCrystal

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  • 7.   Emerging Patterns in Adolescent Drug Use: The Belfast Youth Development Study 2000-2002

    The aim of this study was to examine the first 2 years of the Belfast Youth Development Study

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 9 Page: 73 2003
    Patrick McCrystal; Kathy Higgins; Andrew Percy; Maeve Thornton

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  • 8.   Escaping to the Happy Planet? Drug Use, Education and Professional Support in North Belfast

    The aim of this study was to understand the attitudes of young people towards drug use and availability, and drug education and support services in North Belfast.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 8 Page: 159-175 2002
    Neil Jarman; George Quinn; Jo Murphy; Susan Irvine Nichol

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  • 9.   Expert Witness in Children Order Proceedings Conference, 1 October 2002

    This article summarizes the content of the Expert Witness in Children Order Proceedings Conference held October 1, 2002 at the Hilton Hotel in Belfast, Ireland on October 1, 2002.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 8 Page: 291 2002
    Lynne Peyton

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  • 10.   Getting research into practice: Healing damaged attachment processes in infancy

    The aim of this study was to examine the promotion of positive attachment in early infancy - explore the evidence base, summarised the findings, and devise an implementation process.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 11 Page: 81-90 2005
    Tony Newman; Benny McDaniel

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  • 11.   Locality Matters: Ethnic Segregation and Community Conflict the Experience of Protestant Girls in Belfast

    This case report discusses the significance of locality and of girls experience of sectarian residential segregation and community conflict in Belfast

    Children & Society, Vol: 20 Page: 105-115 2006
    Julie Healy

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  • 12.   NCB Northern Ireland

    This article provides information on National Children's Bureau (NCB) Northern Ireland (NI) in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

    Children & Young People Now, 2008

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  • 13.   School exclusion drug use and antisocial behaviour at 15/16 years: Implications for youth transitions

    The aim of this study was to examine the experiences of 77 young people excluded from school at year 12 when aged 15/16 years

    Vulnerable Children & Youth Studies, Vol: 2 Page: 181-190 2007
    Patrick McCrystal; Andrew Percy; Kathryn Higgins

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  • 14.   Substance Abuse among 12 and 13-year-old Young People in Belfast at High Risk of Developing Problem Drug Use

    The aim of this study was to examine young people no longer attending mainstream school and risk for problem drug use compared with their peers in mainstream education.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 11 Page: 313-321 2005
    Patrick McCrystal; Kathryn Higgins; Andrew Percy

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  • 15.   Trapped in Space? Children's Accounts of Risky Environments

    The aim of this study was to explore children's perceptions and experiences of safety and risk in one highly contested interface area in Belfast.

    Children & Society, Vol: 21 Page: 432-445 2007
    Madeleine Leonard

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  • 16.   Traveller culture and lifestyle as factors influencing children's integration into mainstream secondary schools in West Belfast

    The aim of this study was to examine the experiences of Traveller children attending two West Belfast secondary schools which have integrated Traveller children into mainstream education since 1997

    International Journal of Inclusive Education, Vol: 7 Page: 403-414
    Margaret Reynolds; Dermot McCartan; Damian Knipe

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  • 17.   Voice of Young People in Care: "Don't be so Formal, I'm Normal" Caspar Conference, Belfast, Northern Ireland, January 25, 2007

    This article discusses highlights of the conference on mental health, on looked-after children and care leavers, which was held in Belfast, Northern Ireland on January 25, 2007

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 13 Page: 301-310 2007
    Áine McGinnity

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  • 18.   Working on Your Doorstep: Child newspaper deliverers in Belfast

    The aim of this study was to examine the notion that the work of paper-delivery that children commonly do tends to provide them with transferable skills

    Childhood, Vol: 9 Page: 190 2002
    Madeleine Leonard

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