Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care Vol 21 No 2
Welcome to the autumn 2022 issue of the Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care, a special issue published in celebration of 20 years since the journal was established. This issue’s leading article was specially commissioned to celebrate the SJRCC’s 20th year from James Anglin, Emeritus Professor of Child and Youth Care at the University of Victoria, Canada. Describing the SJRCC as ‘a journal like no other’, Jim quotes from an analysis of the journal’s entire back catalogue of more than 400 articles conducted by CELCIS colleagues Gemma Watson and Craig McCreadie. There’s four peer-reviewed articles in this issue, six short articles on the theme of the 2022 SIRCC Online Conference - ‘Resilience and Recovery in Residential Child Care: Supported Adults and Supported Children’, and three book reviews.
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Commentary, reflections and other articles
Peer reviewed articles
|A qualitative study of the views and experiences of those working in residential children’s homes||Lucy Abraham, Sarah Elgie, Vera Soares, Caroline Beale, & Rachel Hiller|
|Investigating the understanding and management of self-harm in a children’s residential therapeutic community||Katy Ervine|
|Recruitment, retention and professionalisation in residential childcare in Ireland||Martin Power|
|Self-Harm in Residential Care: A consideration of the evidence and the implications for practice||Lily Burnand and Dan Johnson|