Good quality thinking in child protection work

December 2008
Community Care;12/4/2008, Issue 1750, p24
The article reports on the weekly analysis from Social Care Institute for Excellence of research findings behind specific social work practices in Great Britain. The analysis details a systems model for understanding multi-agency safeguarding practice. The systems model provides a framework for organising all layers of interaction influencing work with a family.


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