Recurrent Care References
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Broadhurst, K. and Mason, C. (2013) ‘Maternal outcasts: Raising the profile of women who are vulnerable to successive, compulsory removals of their children—a plea for pre- ventative action’, Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 35(3), pp. 291 – 304.
Broadhurst K and Mason C (2014a) ‘Recurrent care proceedings: Part 3: Birth mothers – against the odds: turning points for women who have lost children to public care’, Family Law 44 (11) 1572-1576.
Broadhurst, K., Shaw, M., Harwin, J. and Alrouh, B. (2014b) ‘Capturing the scale and pattern of recurrent care proceedings: Initial observations from a feasibility study’. Family Law, available online at http://www.familylaw.co.uk/news_and_comment/capturing-the-scale-and- pattern-of-recurrent-care-proceedings-initial-observations-from-a-feasibility-study#.VkSy NksR5Fw.
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Broadhurst, K., Shaw, M., Kershaw, S., Harwin, J., Alrouh, B., Mason, C. and Pilling, M. (2015b) ‘Vulnerable birth mothers and repeat losses of infants to public care: is targeted reproductive health care ethically defensible?’ Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 37(1), 84–98.
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