Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care Vol 17 No 3
In this issue, we present three peer-reviewed articles, five commentaries, and a book review. These cover a wide range of topics and experiences, encouraging readers to reflect on ways of supporting young people and practitioners.
Highlights for this issue include: the first of three research articles looking at compassion fatigue in residential child care; and the report of a small-scale study of women’s experience of participation.
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Peer reviewed articles
|Gender and restraint training. Why are all the trainers men and why might this really matter?||Brodie Paterson, Bryan Shewry, Patrick Bradley and Vaughan Bowie|
|Compassion fatigue, compassion satisfaction and work engagement in residential child care||Dr Kerry Audin, Dr Jolanta Burke, Dr Itai Ivtzan|
|Fellowship as social-pedagogical treatment||Mogens Jensen|
Commentary, reflections and other articles
|Mind the Gap: Factors that can support responses to offending in residential child care and the challenges of implementation||Deborah Nolan and Joe Gibb|
|Ambiguous Loss||Nina Vaswani|
|Change and Continuity: Caring for Children and Young People||Carole Wilkinson|
|The importance of love within the care system: Love should be a right||Helen Johnston|
|Diary: Olivia Khan||Olivia Khan|
|Book reviews: can I share this with you?||Dr Leanne McIver|
|Book review: That’s So Gay Challenging Homophobic Bullying||Linda Brewster|