Jones, Ray
November 2009
Community Care;11/19/2009, Issue 1796, p6
The article discusses on the proposed performance indicators for children's services following the controversial Baby P in Great Britain. The proposal intents to give focus to what is happening at the frontline and what the experience looks like for practitioners. It emphasizes the importance of implementing these measures to managers as well as practitioners.


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