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Protecting Children in Scotland: An Investigation of Risk Assessment and Inter-Agency Collaboration in the Use of Child Protection Orders
The Scottish Executive Education Department sponsored the authors to undertake a study of the use of the child protection order in Scotland (sections 57-62 Children (Scotland) Act 1995). The orderExpand
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On the margin? Residential child care in Scotland and Finland
Situated on the margins of Europe, Scotland and Finland are small countries which share similar demographic and economic profiles. In many European countries, residential child care can also beExpand
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Ultrasound and MRI features of penile augmentation by "Jamaica Oil" injection. A case series.
Penile paraffinoma is a rare but well-known entity. There have been few studies describing the ultrasound and MRI features of penile paraffinoma. In this case series we describe the imaging findingsExpand
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Reporting of CT cervical spine after office hours by radiology trainees—analysis of discrepancy rates and RADPEER scores
PurposeTo review the errors made by radiology trainees in the reporting of cervical spine CTs (CCT) and to compare the discrepancy rates between the stages of training.MethodsAll CCTs reported byExpand
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Team building with the SCOR model
The Supply-Chain Operations Reference-model (SCOR) helps companies understand the supply chain work that needs to be done and how to measure the output of that work. Less well known, however, are theExpand
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Case Report of a Mediastinal Vascular Malformation Mimicking Esophageal Varices on Endoscopy, with Emphasis on Radiological Findings
Patient: Male, 48-year-old Final Diagnosis: Mediastinal vascular malformation Symptoms: Cough • fever Medication:— Clinical Procedure: — Specialty: Radiology Objective: Mistake in diagnosisExpand
Failing children? : a study of the educational experiences of young people in residential care
This study has investigated the educational experiences and circumstances of a sample of twenty-eight young people in seven residential care homes in a large local authority in Scotland. All of theExpand
A critical analysis and appraisal of the management of croup in the UK out-of-hospital environment
This article aims to explore the epidemiology, aetiology and pathophysiology of laryngotracheobronchitis (croup), a commonly presenting illness faced by paramedics attending young children in theExpand