Items where Research Area is "Research Areas > Social work and social policy and administration"

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Buckley, Aga [Reviewer] (2022) Book Review of 'Errors and mistakes in child protection. International discourses, approaches and strategies' edited by Kay Biesel, Judith Masson, Nigel Parton and Tarja Pösö. The British Journal of Social Work, ISSN (print) 0045-3102 (Epub Ahead of Print)

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Goldacre, A., Hood, R., Davis, A., Jones, E. and Wang, C. (2022) Reunification and re-entry to care : an analysis of the national datasets for children looked after in England. The British Journal of Social Work, ISSN (print) 0045-3102 (Epub Ahead of Print)

Goldacre, Allie and Hood, Rick (2022) Factors affecting the social gradient in children's social care. The British Journal of Social Work, bcab255. ISSN (print) 0045-3102 (Epub Ahead of Print)

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Hood, Rick, Abbott, Simon, Nilsson, David, Baginsky, Mary, Dimond, Claire and (2022) Improving the chances of successful reunification for children who return home from care : a rapid evidence review. (Project Report) What Works Centre for Children's Social Care. 74 p.

Hood, Rick, Abbott, Simon, Coughlan, Barry, Nilsson, David, Duschinsky, Robbie, Parker, Pamela and Mannes, Julia (2022) Improving the quality of decision making and risk assessment in children’s social care : a rapid evidence review. (Project Report) What Works Centre for Children's Social Care. 65 p.

Hood, Rick, Goldacre, Allie, Abbott, Simon and Jones, Ray (2022) Patterns of demand and provision in English adult social care services. The British Journal of Social Work, bcac011. ISSN (print) 0045-3102 (Epub Ahead of Print)

Hood, Rick (2022) What linking children's social care and benefits data can tell us. Policy in Practice,

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Webb, Calum, Bennett, Davara, Bywaters, Paul and Hood, Rick (2022) Impact of investing in prevention on demand for statutory children's social care. (Working Paper) London, U.K. : National Children's Bureau. 6 p. (Evidence paper)

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