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Podcast: Working With Parental Mental Health Problems (Document)
Published by IRISS
Bryony Beresford from Social Policy Research Unit, University of York, speaks about parental mental health problems in the UK.
Ending child poverty in Europe. Commissioner Andor: “EU Member States must invest in children”
Published by Eurochild
On the International Day for the Eradication on Poverty, Commissioner Andor recalls the EU measures which can help Member States reduce child poverty. Effective use of policy guidance and EU funds can make a difference.
UNCRC turns 25 - #Make It Real
Published by ChildPact
On the 25th Anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child Child Pact developed this video about the importance of supporting families to avoid the institutionalisation of children.
A Framework for Effective Child Welfare Practice Series Part 5 of 5
Published by Children's Bureau (US)
In the finale of this series, all five phases of the Framework are illustrated through a single case example.
Checking Yourself for Burnout (Test)
Published by MindTools
This is a tool where you can self-test on burnout. The test will ask you how you feel about your job and your experiences at work to determine if you are at risk of burnout. It provides the results immediately.
Child Protection - Information Sharing Programme: Scenario 3
This film shows NHS staff, social workers and the NSPCC, highlighting the need for better information sharing between the NHS and local authorities. Scenario 3.
New WHO infographic brochure on child maltreatment (Infographic)
Published by World Health Organisation
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has released a new infographic brochure on the health sector’s role in prevention and response to child maltreatment.
Making Sense Of Child & Family Assessment
Published by IRISS
In this talk Duncan Helm focuses on how practitioners carry out analysis in child care family assessments. Theories of judgement are applied to help understand the processes though which practitioners make sense of information in assessments.