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Improving child safety: deliberation, judgement and empirical research
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If you are working in child protection or child welfare making decisions that affect children, young people and their families, or deciding how to organise the local child welfare system, or what programmes to provide in your area, this book is intended for you. It aims to help you deliberate about what you should do to predict more reliably the outcomes of interventions you might be considering and to recognise what evidence you will need for these tasks and how judgement is central to doing them well. Our discussion grows out of systematic research and scholarship but this is no scholarly tome. It aims to be of help to real practitioners and managers making real decisions about real children and young people and wanting to think about how to do this better.
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