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Apr 29, 2012

Helen Whincup, Teaching Fellow at the University of Stirling, reflects on a qualitative study of young people and their feelings about how they are involved, or not, in assessment and decision making. It was recorded at a Scottish Child Care and Protection Network meeting on 30 April 2012.

  • The Scottish Child Care and Protection Network combined with the Multi-Agency Resource Service (MARS) in 2012 to become WithScotland
  • This lecture makes reference to a previous lecture How prevalent is child abuse and neglect? by Lorraine Radford.

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