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Irish Child Health Database - Peer Reviewed Papers

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  • 1.   Article 18 of the Adoption (Northern Ireland) Order 1987: the appointment of expert witnesses; and the Children Order Advisory Committee Best Practice Guidance

    The article presents a case concerning an application for a freeing order filed by a Health and Social Services Trust under the Adoption Order 1987 in Northern Ireland.

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 31 Page: 127-129 2007 Spring2007
    Kerry O'Halloran

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  • 2.   Avoidable pitfalls when writing medical reports for court proceedings in cases of suspected child abuse

    The aim of this study was to describe the avoidable pitfalls when writing medical reports for court proceedings in cases of suspected child abuse

    Archives of Disease in Childhood, Vol: 89 Page: 799-804 2004
    T. J. David

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  • 3.   Courts/Trusts--No Trespassing

    This article explores the relationship between the Health and Social Services Trusts and the Courts in Northern Ireland, when dealing with matters under the Children Order

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 9 Page: 100-108 2003
    Dominic Burke

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  • 4.   Legal notes. Northern Ireland

    Legal notes. Northern Ireland - 2007 - Subjects: Adoption; Child Welfare;

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 31 Page: 127-129 2007
    K. O'Halloran

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  • 5.   News from BAAF

    This article comments on a response to "Adopting for Change" a new adoption strategy for Northern Ireland

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 30 Page: 3-5 2006
    D. Holmes; D. Cullen

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  • 6.   Protecting the Rights of the Non-Offending Child in Ireland: Balancing State Rights with State Obligations

    This article discusses the protection accorded to the rights of those Irish children who have been identified by the Irish Courts as being children who may for a multitude of reasons be regarded as being children at risk

    International Journal of Children's Rights, Vol: 12 Page: 379-400 2004
    Claire Breen

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