Ceri Evans

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The authors would like to thank their colleagues Cathy Thomson and George Matheson, both of whom were integrally involved in the survey on which this discussion paper is based. Responsibility for any views expressed and for any errors of interpretation remains that of the authors. research community and/or welfare sector prior to more formal publication.(More)
This guideline is an update of a previous version published in 2006. In this new version, we have reflected changes in the way sexual health services are now provided by adding an expanded section on integrated STI/ contraception services and a new section on outreach services. We have also expanded the sections on electronic patient records and the use of(More)
BACKGROUND School interventions such as the Incredible Years Classroom Dinosaur Programme targets pupil behaviour across whole classrooms, yet for some children a more intense approach is needed. The Incredible Years Therapeutic Dinosaur Programme is effective for clinically referred children by enhancing social, problem-solving skills, and peer(More)
The research reported in this paper is part of a larger project which is exploring public attitudes to economic and social change and the social policy response to them. The authors wish to acknowledge the support and assistance provided by other members of the research team, including None of these is in any way responsible for the views expressed in the(More)
New in the 2013 Guidelines This guideline is an update of a previous version published in 2006. In this new version we have reflected changes in the way sexual health services are now provided by adding an expanded section on integrated STI/contraception services and a new section on outreach services. We have also expanded the sections on electronic(More)
The views expressed in this publication do not represent any official position on the part of the Social Policy Research Centre. This report was produced to make available the research findings of the individual authors, and to promote the development of ideas and discussions about major areas of concern in the field of social policy. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We(More)
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