Developing Practice Issue 39

Developing Practice Issue 41

IN THIS EDITION:

Opinion:  Belief and ability: Essential qualities of an effective child protection workforce

Articles:

  • Using early childhood development research in child protection: Benefits, boundaries and blind spots
  • Parent Responsibility Contracts: The evidence
  • Getting more bang for your buck: What works best in professional development in the child, youth and family workforce
  • Evidence to inform out-of-home care policy and practice in NSW: An overview of the Pathways of Care Longitudinal Study

Plus:

  • Practitioner’s Response
  • Practitioner’s Perspective
  • Book Reviews
  • Sector Resources

View contents of Issue 39.