Teamwork in integrated children's services

Cameron, Claire
July 2009
Community Care;7/16/2009, Issue 1779, p24
The article presents information on a research related to effective communication in children's services in Great Britain. The research was based on interviews with members of staff in schools and support services. The objective of the study was to identify the ingredients of effective communication systems in professional practice with children. The study found that there was a failure of the system of communication between schools and children's services about help for children.


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