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Training teachers to safeguard children: developing a consistent approach
Although an evaluation indicated the need for the materials to be redrafted, the views of both those involved in the exercise and a subsequent survey of ITT providers not only contributed to the redraft but also to the debate around the most effective approach to training professionals to protect children and young people. Expand
Newly qualified teachers and child protection: a survey of their views, training and experiences
- M. Baginsky
- 1 March 2003
Inhibition of lipoprotein lipase by an apoprotein of human very low density lipoprotein.
ApoLp-Ala consistently inhibits LPL when present at levels above 2% of the substrate (w/w), and this inhibition was not overcome by addition of phospholipid, apoLP-Glu, or more enzyme. Expand
Child Protection Training in School-based Initial Teacher Training: A survey of School-centred Initial Teacher Training courses and their trainees
This paper explores the coverage and effectiveness of child protection training within school-centred teacher training courses in England in the immediate aftermath of the new requirements for all… Expand
A new method for the measurement of lipoprotein lipase in postheparin plasma using sodium dodecyl sulfate for the inactivation of hepatic triglyceride lipase.
The sodium dodecyl sulfate-resistant lipolytic activity has the characteristics of LPL as judged by a) its activation by serum and by apolipoprotein C-II; b) its inactivation by 0.75 M NaCl; and c) itsInactivation by a specific antiserum. Expand
Child protection training in initial teacher training: a survey of provision in institutions of higher education
Summary This paper reports a survey of child protection training offered to students on institution‐based initial teacher training courses for primary and secondary schools. The very high return rate… Expand
INHIBITION OF ELECTRON TRANSPORT IN CHLOROPLASTS BY CHAOTROPIC AGENTS AND THE USE OF MANGANESE AS AN ELECTRON DONOR TO PHOTOSYSTEM II *
Abstract— Incubating spinach chloroplasts with various chaotropic agents results in inhibition of photosynthetic electron transport between water and Photosystem II similar to the inhibition caused… Expand
Social workers' workload survey: messages from the frontline: findings from the 2009 survey and interviews with senior managers
- M. Baginsky, J. Moriarty, J. Manthorpe, Martin Stevens, T. MacInnes, Tayvanie Nagendran
- 1 June 2010
"The research findings which have been reported emerged from work commissioned to inform the Social Work Task Force but they also make a contribution to issues discussed in this section and to… Expand