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Coxon, Kirstie (2017) Risk in pregnancy and birth : are we talking to ourselves? In: Coxon, Kirstie , Scamell, Mandie and Alaszewski, Andy, (eds.) Risk, pregnancy and childbirth. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 1-13. ISBN 9781138290563

Coxon, Kirstie , Scamell, Mandie and Alaszewski, Andy, eds. (2017) Risk, pregnancy and childbirth. Abingdon : Routledge. ISBN 9781138290563

Coxon, Kirstie, Sandall, Jane and Fulop, Naomi J. (2017) To what extent are women free to choose where to give birth? How discourses of risk, blame and responsibility influence birth place decisions. In: Coxon, Kirstie , Scamell, Mandie and Alaszewski, Andy, (eds.) Risk, pregnancy and childbirth. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 82-98. ISBN 9781138290563

Jones, Ray (2017) ‘Baby P’ 10 years on and the devastation of child protection. Policy Press Blog,

Jones, Ray (2017) How Baby P case is shaping today's challenges in children's services. Children & Young People Now, pp. 10-11. ISSN (print) 1755-8093

Jones, Ray (2017) More children than ever need our help. But they are being ignored. Guardian Professional Social Care Network,

Jones, Ray (2017) Now is not the time for Rome and fiddles or ostriches and sand – or children’s trusts. LGC : Local Government Chronicle,

Jones, Ray (2017) This targeting of social workers and managers echoes the reaction to Baby P. Community Care,

Jones, Ray (2017) The denial of austerity's impact on social services is truly shocking. Community Care,

Pavoni, Katie and Williamson, Andrew (2017) Simulation for mental health (actors). In: ASPiH Conference : Do We Need Standards for Paramedic Simulation?; 06 Nov 2017, Telford, U.K.. (Unpublished)

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