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Divided Duties

ISBN13: 9780853085201
ISBN: 085308520X
Published: July 1999
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Born of the President of the Family Division's Second Interdisciplinary Conference of 1997, this text offers discussion on: the role of the courts in the implementation of care plans; the role of mental health professionals and guardians in care plans; and the problems faced by local authorities.

Family Law
Session 1: care planning - a judicial perspective The Hon. Justice Wall, discussion
session 2: medical input to care planning - the contribution of child and adolescent mental health care services to the care planning process, Dr Claire Sturge
care planning - the experience of the child, Jenny Kenrick
session 3: planning for children's services, Peter Kemp, Steven Ford
session 4: recent research in child welfare - implications for policy and practice, Professor Olive Stevenson
session 5: care planning - a department of health study, Arran Poyser
session 6: overview of day one, Michael Leadbetter
session 7: guardians and care plans - cutting through the conflict, Tess Duncan
session 8: "the best laid plans" - local authorities and care planning, Anne Chan, Gloria McFarlane
session 9: care planning - an inter-agency endeavour - observations, Professor Judith Harwin
working group resolutions - the results
conference review - closing remarks, the Rt Hon Lord Justice Thorpe
the future -key practice issues.