Expert comments on the SCR

November 2010
Community Care;11/11/2010, Issue 1843, p20
The article presents the comments of several people on social care recruitment (SCR) including Nushra Mansuri, joint manager for England of the British Association of Social Workers, Sue Woolmore, child protection trainer and consultant and Dick Henson, detective chief inspector, Child Abuse Investigation Command.


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