What you've been reading on www.communitycare.co.uk

November 2010
Community Care;11/4/2010, Issue 1842, p15
A list of top stories and blogs of the website, www.communitycare.co.uk, is presented, including 'Baby P SCRs published in full in bid to bring closure,' 'Up to 50,000 jobs at risk in social care,' and 'Working in the public sector can be stressful.'


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