Multi agency working

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Abstract

The theme of this chapter is 'joined-up' working, the concept of professionals collaborating to provide effective services for the most vulnerable children and their families. It considers the professional imperatives for collaboration between agencies and the barriers which present significant challenges to action. The chapter begins with an outline of the policy context. This is followed by a discussion of multi-agency working in the school context and the implications for practice in the more specific context of children and young people who are 'looked after' by local authorities.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationScottish Education
Subtitle of host publicationReferendum
EditorsT.G.K Bryce, W.M. Humes, D. Gillies, A. Kennedy
Place of PublicationEdinburgh
PublisherEdinburgh University Press
Pages840-849
Number of pages10
Edition4th
ISBN (Print)9780748645824
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jul 2013

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Keywords

  • inter-agency working
  • children's services
  • GIRFEC
  • looked after children
  • multi agency working

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Connelly, G. (2013). Multi agency working. In T. G. K. Bryce, W. M. Humes, D. Gillies, & A. Kennedy (Eds.), Scottish Education: Referendum (4th ed., pp. 840-849). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Connelly, Graham. / Multi agency working. Scottish Education: Referendum. editor / T.G.K Bryce ; W.M. Humes ; D. Gillies ; A. Kennedy. 4th. ed. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 2013. pp. 840-849
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Connelly, G 2013, Multi agency working. in TGK Bryce, WM Humes, D Gillies & A Kennedy (eds), Scottish Education: Referendum. 4th edn, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 840-849.

Multi agency working. / Connelly, Graham.

Scottish Education: Referendum. ed. / T.G.K Bryce; W.M. Humes; D. Gillies; A. Kennedy. 4th. ed. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 2013. p. 840-849.

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