The need to learn from research - and think more deeply
Interesting findings, often at odds with UK comparisons
24,000 young people declare their online rights and responsibilities for Safer Internet Day
The 12th International EUSARF Conference.
Research with some surprising findings
Stop and think; words can hurt
The lessons which today’s child care professionals need to learn.
A thorough study of the effectiveness of services and what people thought of them.
The debunking of the popular myth of ritual abuse
Evidence-based practice for assessment and intervention.
A research report which demonstrated children’s need for residential care
Stability and continuity of care for the children, but sometimes there’s a price to pay
Including the lessons of Haute de la Garenne, an honour for day nurseries, Key Texts, night lights and melatonin, social …
A review of the way the series was put together
An outstanding report which had a massive impact at a critical point
Collating the findings and implications
Including child poverty, the lessons from Baby Peter, foster care recruitment, family eating habits, fitness, fun and football, archiving theses, …
How factors such as social class affect babies’ survival
The importance of social class - and small schools
A study which highlighted the lack of research about girl offenders
The first comprehensive study
A study of the effectiveness of an observation and assessment centre
Indicators for success- and failure- in aftercare
Findings from research investigating how parents and nannies find childcare solutions
A detailed study providing guidance to social workers on what works
Social workers’ views as to what works
A neutral stance is impossible for a participant observer.
Methodologies, ethics, techniques - it’s all there.
Research into adoption, fostering and residential care with surprising conclusions
The ignored facts about young people who were locked up
A landmark study of children in long-term care
Research showing how children respond to care, and that good care saves money
Research which led to change and some unexpected findings
Post-discharge success was shown to depend on family contact.
A study of what makes for success in foster care
An early piece of comparative research, looking at added value
Evaluating how things have changed over half a century
Children need loving care from the start to prevent later violent behaviour
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