Foster and kinship carer recruitment and retention: Encouraging and sustaining quality care to improve outcomes for children and young people in care

@inproceedings{Richmond2017FosterAK,
  title={Foster and kinship carer recruitment and retention: Encouraging and sustaining quality care to improve outcomes for children and young people in care},
  author={Giovanna Richmond and Morag McArthur},
  year={2017}
}
Healthy Lifestyle Programs in Out-of-Home Care: Implementing Preventative Trauma-informed Approaches at Scale
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The evaluation and implementation study protocol of a healthy lifestyle programme developed to improve the eating and physical activity habits of young people living in residential OoHC and results are expected to inform and help guide the further development and training of residential care staff's understanding and application of health literacy.
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