Recurrent Care References
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Broadhurst K and Mason C (2014) ‘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, Mason C, Bedston S, Alrouh B, Morriss L, McQaurrie et al (2017) Vulnerable birth mothers and recurrent care proceedings: Final main report. Lancaster: Centre for Child and Family Justice Research, Lancaster University. Available online: http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/recurrent-care/publications/
Broadhurst, K., Shaw, M., Kershaw, S., Harwin, J., Alrouh, B., Mason, C. and Pilling, M. (2015) ‘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.
Care Crisis Review (2018) Care Crisis Review: Options for change. London: Family Rights Group. Available online: www.frg.org.uk/involving-families/reforming-law-and-practice/care-crisis-review
Cox P, Barratt C, Blumenfeld F, Rahemtulla Z, Taggart D and Turton J (2015) Reducing Recurrent Care Proceedings: Service Evaluation of Positive Choices (Suffolk County Council) and Mpower (Ormiston Families). Unpublished report, University of Essex. Available online: www.essex.ac.uk/-/media/documents/research/recurrent-care-proceedings.pdf
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Harwin J, Broadhurst K, Kershaw S, Shaw M, Alrouh B and Mason C (2014) ‘Recurrent care proceedings: Part 2: Young motherhood and the role of the court’, Family Law 44 (10) 1439-1443.
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Shaw M, Broadhurst K, Harwin J, Alrouh B, Kershaw S and Mason C (2014) ‘Recurrent care proceedings: Part 1: Progress in research and practice since the Family Justice Council 6th Annual Debate’, Family Law 44 (9) 1284-1287.