Child Protection Social Work in England: How Can It Be Reformed?

Research in Practice
Thursday, May 4, 2017

Martyn Higgins examines debates about child protection social work in England.

Primary health care is the point at which all children, young people and families may display indications of risk of abuse. Picture:  patcharaporn1984/Adobe Stock
Primary health care is the point at which all children, young people and families may display indications of risk of abuse. Picture: patcharaporn1984/Adobe Stock

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