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Addis, Samia, Corliss, Cindy, El-Banna, Asmaa, Maxwell, Nina, Scourfield, Jonathan, Warner, Nell and Williams, Anne 2018. Reducing the need for children to enter into care: a survey of approaches used by local authorities in England. [Project Report]. London: What Works Centre for Children's Social Care. Available at: https://whatworks-csc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/Re...
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Brand, Sarah, Morgan, Fiona, Stabler, Lorna, Weightman, Alison L., Willis, Simone, Searchfield, Lydia, Meindl, Melissa, Wood, Sophie, Nurmatov, Ulugbek, Kemp, Alison, Turley, Ruth, Scourfield, Jonathan, Forrester, Donald and Evans, Rhiannon 2018. Mapping the evidence about what works to safely reduce the number of children and young people in statutory care: A systematic scoping review. [Technical Report]. Cardiff: What Works Centre for Children's Social Care. Available at: https://whatworks-csc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/Re...
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Brand, Sarah, Morgan, Fiona, Stabler, Lorna, Willis, Simone, Searchfield, Lydia, Nurmatov, Ulugbek, Kemp, Alison, Turley, Ruth, Scourfield, Jonathan, Forrester, Donald and Evans, Rhiannon 2019. Mapping the evidence about what works to safely reduce the entry of children and young people into statutory care: a systematic scoping review protocol. BMJ Open 9 (8) , e026967. 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-026967
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Brand, Sarah, Wood, Sophie, Stabler, Lorna, Addis, Samia, Scourfield, Jonathan, Wilkins, David and Forrester, Donald 2019. How family budget change interventions affect children being in care: a rapid evidence assessment. [Project Report]. Cardiff, Wales: What Works for Children's Social Care. Available at: http://whatworks-csc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/WWC...
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Elliott, Martin 2019. The backgrounds of children entering public care in Wales. Self.
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Elliott, Martin 2020. Child welfare inequalities in a time of rising numbers of children entering out of home care. British Journal of Social Work 50 (2) , pp. 581-597. 10.1093/bjsw/bcz154
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Killian, Michael, Forrester, Donald, Westlake, David and Antonopoulou, Paraskevi 2017. Validity of the Working Alliance Inventory within child protection services. Research on Social Work Practice 27 (6) , pp. 704-715. 10.1177/1049731515596816

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Mannay, Dawn, Rees, Alyson and Roberts, Louise 2019. Conclusion. In: Mannay, Dawn, Rees, Alyson and Roberts, Louise eds. Children and young people 'looked after'? Education, intervention and the everyday culture of care in Wales., Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 228-240.

Mannay, Dawn, Rees, Alyson and Roberts, Louise 2019. Introduction. In: Mannay, Dawn, Rees, Alyson and Roberts, Louise eds. Children and young people 'looked after'? Education, intervention and the everyday culture of care in Wales., Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 1-12.

Mannay, Dawn, Roberts, Louisa, Staples, Eleanor and Ministry of Life, - 2019. Lights, camera, action:Translating research findings into policy and practice impacts with music, film and artwork. In: Mannay, D, Rees, A and Roberts, L eds. Children and young people 'looked after'? Education, intervention and the everyday culture of care in Wales., Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 210-224.

Mannay, Dawn and Staples, Eleanor 2019. Sandboxes, stickers and superheroes: Employing creative techniques to explore the aspirations and experiences of children and young people who are looked after. In: Mannay, D, Rees, A and Roberts, L eds. Children and young people 'looked after'? Education, intervention and the everyday culture of care in Wales, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 169-182.

Mannay, Dawn, Staples, Eleanor and Edwards, Victoria 2017. Visual methodologies, sand and psychoanalysis: employing creative participatory techniques to explore the educational experiences of mature students and children in care. Visual Studies 32 (4) , pp. 345-358. 10.1080/1472586X.2017.1363636
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Marchant, Amanda, Brown, Menna, Scourfield, Jonathan, Hawton, Keith, Cleobury, Louise, Dennis, Michael, Lloyd, Keith, McGregor, Jo and John, Ann 2020. A content analysis and comparison of two peaks of newspaper reporting during a suicide cluster to examine implications for imitation, suggestion and prevention. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention 10.1027/0227-5910/a000655
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Meindl, Melissa, Stabler, Lorna, Mayhew Manistre, Laura, Sheehan, Lucy, O'Donnell, Chloe, Forrester, Donald and Brand, Sarah 2019. How do family drug and alcohol courts work with parents to safely reduce the number of children in care? A rapid realist review. [Project Report]. London: What Works Centre for Children's Social Care. Available at: https://whatworks-csc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/WW...
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Nurmatov, Ulugbek, Foster, Catherine, Bezeczky, Zoe, Owen, Jennifer, El-Banna, Asmaa, Mann, Mala, Petrou, Stavros, Kemp, Alison, Scourfield, Jonathan, Forrester, Donald and Turley, Ruth 2020. Impact of shared decision-making family meetings on children's out-of-home care, family empowerment and satisfaction: a systematic review. [Project Report]. London: What Works Centre for Children's Social Care. Available at: https://whatworks-csc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/WW...
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Rees, Alyson 2016. Final Report for Fostering Healthy Futures. [Project Report]. Cardiff: Cardiff University.
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Rees, Alyson, Maxwell, Nina, Grey, Jillian, Corliss, Cindy, Barton, Anya, Khan, Asma, O'Donnell, Chloe and Silverwood, Victoria 2019. Final Report for Evaluation of Fostering Wellbeing Programme 2019.
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Scourfield, Jonathan, Corliss, Cindy, Wijedasa, Dinithi, Robling, Michael and Clayton, Vicky 2019. Overview of administrative data on children's social care in England. [Project Report]. London: What Works Centre for Children's Social Care. Available at: https://whatworks-csc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/WW...
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Scourfield, Jonathan, Maxwell, Nina, Venn, Laura, Carpenter, John, Stepanova, Evgenia and Smith, Roger 2020. Social work fast track programmes: tracking retention and progression - interim report. Department for Education. Available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/social-...

Scourfield, Jonathan, Webb, C., Elliott, Martin, Staniland, L. and Bywaters, P. 2020. Are child welfare intervention rates higher or lower in areas targeted for enhanced early years services? Child Abuse Review
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Sheehan, Lucy, O'Donnell, Chloe, Brand, Sarah, Forrester, Donald, Addis, Samia, El-Banna, Asmaa, Kemp, Alison and Nurmatov, Ulugbek 2018. Signs of safety: findings from a mixed methods systematic review focused on reducing the need for children to be in care. [Technical Report]. London: What Works Centre for Children's Social Care. Available at: https://whatworks-csc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/Si...
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Stabler, Lorna, O'Donnell, Chloe, Forrester, Donald, Diaz, Clive, Willis, Simone and Brand, Sarah 2019. Shared decision-making: What is good practice in delivering meetings? Involving families meaningfully in decision-making to keep children safely at home: A rapid realist review. [Technical Report]. What Works Centre for Children's Social Care. Available at: https://whatworks-csc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/WW...
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Stabler, Lorna, Wilkins, David and Carro, Hester 2020. What do children think about their social worker? A Q-method study of children's services. Child and Family Social Work 25 (1) , pp. 118-126. 10.1111/cfs.12665
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Turley, Ruth, Roberts, Sophie, Foster, Catherine, Willis, Simone, Morgan, Helen, Warner, Nell, Mann, Mala, Scourfield, Jonathan, El-Banna, Asmaa, Evans, Rhiannon, Lyons Longworth, Marisa, Levarre-Waters, Rachel, Walpita, Yasaswi, Nuttall, Diane and Nurmatov, Ulugbek 2020. Promoting the retention, mental health and wellbeing of child and family social workers: a systematic review of Workforce interventions. [Project Report]. London: What Works Centre for Children's Social Care. Available at: https://whatworks-csc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/WW...
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Warner, Nell 2019. Evaluating needs-based home visiting support: Can administrative data help? International Journal of Population Data Science 4 (3) , 017. 10.23889/ijpds.v4i3.1178
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Westlake, David 2020. Direct observation in practice: co-developing an evidence-informed practice tool to assess social work communication. Journal of Children's Services
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Westlake, David, Corliss, Cindy, El-Banna, Asmaa, Thompson, Sarah, Meindl, Melissa, Talwar, Ria, Diaz, Clive, Folkes, Louise and Addis, Samia 2020. Devolved budgets: an evaluation of pilots in three local authorities in England. [Project Report]. London: What Works Centre for Children's Social Care. Available at: https://whatworks-csc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/WW...
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Westlake, David, Silverwood, Victoria, Wallace, Sarah, Mayhew-Manistre, Laura and Forrester, Donald 2018. Safely reducing the need for children to enter care: telephone interviews with local authorities in England. [Project Report]. London: What Works Centre for Children's Social Care. Available at: https://whatworks-csc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/Re...
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Wijedasa, Dinithi, Warner, Nell and Scourfield, Jonathan 2018. Exploratory analyses of the rates of children looked after in English local authorities (2012-2017). [Technical Report]. London: What Works Centre for Children's Social Care. Available at: https://whatworks-csc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/Re...
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Wilkins, David 2012. Ethical social work practice in direct work with carers and children. Ethics and Social Welfare 6 (4) , pp. 404-410. 10.1080/17496535.2012.735816

Wilkins, David 2019. Social work supervision in child and family services: developing a working theory of how and why it works. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work 31 (3) , pp. 7-19. 10.11157/anzswj-vol31iss3id644
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Wilkins, David and Antonopoulou, Vivi 2020. Do performance indictors predict Ofsted ratings? An exploratory study of children’s services in England. Journal of Children's Services 10.1108/JCS-07-2019-0035
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Wilkins, David and Forrester, Donald 2019. Predicting the future in child and family social work: theoretical, ethical and methodological issues for a proposed research programme. Child Care in Practice 26 (2) , pp. 196-209. 10.1080/13575279.2019.1685463
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Wilkins, David, Foster, Catherine, Sanders, Michael and Reid, Louise 2020. Good judgement and social work decision-making: a randomised controlled trial of brief interventions to improve forecasting. [Project Report]. London: What Works Centre for Children's Social Care. Available at: https://whatworks-csc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/WW...
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Wilkins, David, Warner, Nell, Addis, Samia, El-Banna, Asmaa, Pitt, Charlotte, Mayhew Manistre, Laura, O'Connor, Wanda and Maxwell, Nina 2020. Outcomes-focused supervision: a pilot and feasibility study. [Project Report]. London: What Works Centre for Children's Social Care. Available at: https://whatworks-csc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/WW...
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Williams, Anne, Bayfield, Hannah, Elliott, Martin, Lyttleton-Smith, Jennifer, Evans, Rhiannon, Young, Honor and Long, Sara 2019. The experiences and outcomes of children and young people from Wales receiving Secure Accommodation Orders. [Project Report]. Cardiff: Social Care Wales.
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Williams, Anne, Edwards, Victoria, Doherty, Erin, Allnatt, Gemma, Bayfield, Hannah, Lyttleton-Smith, Jennifer and Warner, Nell 2020. Care-experienced young people and higher education. [Project Report]. London: What Works Centre for Children's Social Care. Available at: https://whatworks-csc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/WW...
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