Jun 19, 2016
This is the third of three episodes in a seminar series entitled, 'Critical perspectives on child protection'.
In this seminar, Janice McGhee and Professor Lorraine Waterhouse, explore the research landscape in child protection drawing on the work of academics from different research backgrounds both disciplinary and place.
The work of the United Nations provides a global account of the reality of violence towards children around the world. Traditional forms of research in the UK will be considered and the potential contribution of advancing technologies will be discussed.
Three opportunities to realise the potential of routinely-collected administrative data for child protection research are considered: first, the potential for predictive risk modelling; second, for spatial analysis; and third for a public health approach using population level data.
Music Credit: Something Elated by Broke For Free