Karen Broadhurst
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Performing ‘initial assessment’: identifying the latent conditions for error at the front-door of local authority children's services
K Broadhurst, D Wastell, S White, C Hall, S Peckover, K Thompson, ...
British journal of social work 40 (2), 352-370, 2010
Risk, Instrumentalism and the Humane Project in Social Work: Identifying the Informal Logics of Risk Management in Children's Statutory Services
K Broadhurst, C Hall, D Wastell, S White, A Pithouse
British Journal of Social Work 40 (4), 1046-1064, 2010
Contact between children in out‐of‐home placements and their family and friends networks: A research review
R Sen, K Broadhurst
Child & Family Social Work 16 (3), 298-309, 2011
When policy o’erleaps itself: The ‘tragic tale’of the Integrated Children’s System
S White, D Wastell, K Broadhurst, C Hall
Critical Social Policy 30 (3), 405-429, 2010
Children's services in the iron cage of performance management: street‐level bureaucracy and the spectre of Švejkism
D Wastell, S White, K Broadhurst, S Peckover, A Pithouse
International Journal of Social Welfare 19 (3), 310-320, 2010
Engaging parents and carers with family support services: What can be learned from research on help-seeking?
K Broadhurst
Child & Family Social Work, 2003
Birth parents and the collateral consequences of court-ordered child removal: Towards a comprehensive framework
K Broadhurst, C Mason
International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 31 (1), 41-59, 2017
Thinking systemically—thinking politically: Building strong partnerships with children and families in the context of rising inequality
B Featherstone, K Broadhurst, K Holt
British Journal of Social Work 42 (4), 618-633, 2012
Connecting events in time to identify a hidden population: Birth mothers and their children in recurrent care proceedings in England
K Broadhurst, B Alrouh, E Yeend, J Harwin, M Shaw, M Pilling, C Mason, ...
The British Journal of Social Work 45 (8), 2241-2260, 2015
Child removal as the gateway to further adversity: Birth mother accounts of the immediate and enduring collateral consequences of child removal
K Broadhurst, C Mason
Qualitative Social Work 19 (1), 15-37, 2020
Maternal outcasts: raising the profile of women who are vulnerable to successive, compulsory removals of their children–a plea for preventative action
K Broadhurst, C Mason
Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 35 (3), 291-304, 2013
Children missing from school systems: Exploring divergent patterns of disengagement in the narrative accounts of parents, carers, children and young people
K Broadhurst*, H Paton, C May‐Chahal
British Journal of Sociology of Education 26 (1), 105-119, 2005
Are we failing to prepare nursing and midwifery students to deal with domestic abuse? Findings from a qualitative study
C Bradbury‐Jones, K Broadhurst
Journal of advanced nursing 71 (9), 2062-2072, 2015
Trust, risk and the (mis) management of contingency and discretion through new information technologies in children’s services
A Pithouse, K Broadhurst, C Hall, S Peckover, D Wastell, S White
Journal of Social Work 12 (2), 158-178, 2012
Social Work beyond the VDU: Foregrounding Co-Presence in Situated Practice—Why Face-to-Face Practice Matters
K Broadhurst, C Mason
British Journal of Social Work 44 (3), 578-595, 2014
Accomplishing parental engagement in child protection practice? A qualitative analysis of parent-professional interaction in pre-proceedings work under the Public Law Outline
K Broadhurst, K Holt, P Doherty
Qualitative Social Work 11 (5), 517-534, 2012
Born into care: Newborns in care proceedings in England
K Broadhurst, B Alrouh, C Mason, H Ward, L Holmes, M Ryan, S Bowyer
London: The Nuffield Family Justice Observatory, 2018
Vulnerable birth mothers and recurrent care proceedings
K Broadhurst, C Mason, S Bedston, B Alrouh, L Morriss, T McQuarrie, ...
Lancaster: University of Lancaster, 2017
Vulnerable birth mothers and repeat losses of infants to public care: is targeted reproductive health care ethically defensible?
K Broadhurst, M Shaw, S Kershaw, J Harwin, B Alrouh, C Mason, ...
Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 37 (1), 84-98, 2015
Whither practice-near research in the modernization programme? Policy blunders in children's services
S White, K Broadhurst, D Wastell, S Peckover, C Hall, A Pithouse
Journal of Social Work Practice 23 (4), 401-411, 2009
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