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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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Elliott, Martin 2019. The backgrounds of children entering public care in Wales. Self.
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Elliott, Martin 2019. Child welfare inequalities in a time of rising numbers of children entering out of home care. British Journal of Social Work (bcz154) 10.1093/bjsw/bcz154
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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.

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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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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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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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