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Recurrent Care Proceedings: Part 4: the emergence of child protection as a public health issue: how would a more prevention-oriented approach alter the provision of services and the family-professional relationship?

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title = "Recurrent Care Proceedings: Part 4: the emergence of child protection as a public health issue: how would a more prevention-oriented approach alter the provision of services and the family-professional relationship?",
abstract = "This, the last in a series of articles discussing new research into families with children removed in successive care proceedings, considers the need for a public health approach so that families with mental health, substance abuse and other problems receive early intervention to reduce the risk of child abuse and neglect occurring. Examines the barriers to a more therapeutic family-professional relationship. Assesses the value of the model of family support at the Family Drug and Alcohol Court.",
keywords = "Child protection, Children's welfare, Public health, Social services",
author = "Mike Shaw and Sophie Kershaw and Karen Broadhurst and Judith Harwin and Bachar Alrouh and Claire Mason",
year = "2014",
month = dec,
language = "English",
volume = "44",
pages = "1705--1708",
journal = "Family Law",
issn = "0014-7281",
number = "12",

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AU - Kershaw, Sophie

AU - Broadhurst, Karen

AU - Harwin, Judith

AU - Alrouh, Bachar

AU - Mason, Claire

PY - 2014/12

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KW - Children's welfare

KW - Public health

KW - Social services

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JO - Family Law

JF - Family Law

SN - 0014-7281

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