Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care Vol 4 No 1
In this issue you'll find a collection of seven articles covering topics as diverse as job satisfaction in Scottish residential child care, looking after sexually abused young people in residential settings and the development of consultancy in a residential service.
The issue opens with an article by Howard Meltzer and Deborah Lader, 'The General Health, Social Networks and Lifestyle Behaviours of Young people Looked After by Local Authorities in Scotland'.
|Saving the Child in Victorian Dundee||Crissie Urquhart|
|Scottish Anti-Poverty Policy and Looked After Young People||Peter Kelly|
|'A Different Way to Look at Things': The Development of Consultancy in a Residential Service for Children and Young People||Andrew Kendrick|
|Childhoods: Experiencing an International Conference||Irene Stevens and Laura Steckley|
|The General Health, Social Networks and Lifestyle Behaviours of Young People Looked After by Local Authorities in Scotland||Howard Meltzer and Deborah Lader|
|Good Enough Care? Looking After Sexually Abused Young People in Residential Settings||Autumn Roesch-Marsh|
|'Nae too bad': Job Satisfaction and Staff Morale in Scottish Residential Child Care||Andrew Kendrick, Ian Milligan and Ghizala Avan|