Where possible we have provided additional details of websites referenced, see the Support Directory.
Page 4: Ireton
Ireton H 1990. Developmental screening measures, in Developmental assessment in clinical child psychology. Eds. Johnson JH and Goldman J. Pergamon; Oxford and New York, page 97-8.
Page 4: Polnay Report
Report of a Joint Working Party on Health needs of school age children. Chaired by Leon Polnay. British Paediatric Association London 1995.
Page 4: College report on Adolescent Health Care
Health services for Adolescents- RCPCH London 2003 – www.rcpch.ac.uk
Page 5: National Screening Committee documents
National Screening Committee web sites: www.doh.gov.uk/nsc and www.nelh.nhs.co.uk/screening. Screening policy in Australia: The National Health and Medical Research Council and the Commonwealth
Department of Health have released the report on evidence based child health screening and surveillance guidelines. It has implications for service delivery and for the training and practice of professionals, not just health professionals, who come into contact with young children and their families. The report can be downloaded from www.nhmrc.gov.au/publications/pdf/ch42.pdf
Page 6: Sure Start website
SureStart website – www.surestart.gov.uk/home.cfm
Glass, N. (1999) Sure Start: The development of an early intervention programme for young children in the United Kingdom. Children and Society, 13, 242 – 256.
For comparisons with work in USA see: An Annotated Bibliography of Head Start Research – www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/hsb2/biblio/index.jsp
Annotated Bibliography of Research on Infant and Toddler Interventions – www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/hsb2/it-biblio/index.jsp
J. P. Shonkoff & S. J. Meisels (Eds.), Handbook of early childhood intervention (2nd edition). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Sylva, K. (1994) The importance of early learning on children’s later development. Appendix C in Ball, C. Start right: the importance of early learning, Royal Society of Arts, London.
Page 9: Advocacy
Information on child policy – www.childpolicy.org.uk
Investing for health – March 2002. Department for Health, Social Services and Public Safety, Belfast. (An overview of health policies including public health and community development).
Tomorrow’s future – building a strategy for children and young people. Published by Children’s and Young People’s Unit, 2001. www.dfee.gov.uk/cypu
Anonymous, (1990). Child health in 1990: the United States compared to Canada, England and Wales, France, the Netherlands, and Norway. Proceedings of a conference, Washington, DC, March 18 and 19, 1990. Pediatrics, 86, 1025-1127.
Chapman, S. and Lupton, D. (1994). The fight for the public health: principles and practice of media advocacy. BMJ, London.
Committee of enquiry into the future development of the public health function (1988). Public Health in England. HMSO, London.
Advocating for Children. Hodgkin R. for the Advocacy Committee of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. October 2000. www.rcpch.ac.uk/publications/recent_publications/advocacy/advocating.pdf
Page 9: Community development projects
“Preventing social exclusion” the Social exclusion unit, Cabinet Office, 2001
Social exclusion – www.community-care.co.uk
Wandersman, A. and Florin, P. (2002) Community interventions and effective prevention,American Psychologist, in press.
Page 17: Government links
‘Working Together to Safeguard Children’ Department of Health Home Office Department for Education and Employment Working Together to Safeguard Children London The Stationery Office. 1999. www.doh.gov.uk/cmo/safeguard.pdf.
‘Framework for the Assessment of Children in Need and their Families’ Department of Health, Department for Education and Employment, Home Office., London, The Stationery Office. 2001. www.doh.gov.uk/scg/cin.htm
Page 17: ‘The Expert Patient’ Department of Health 2001
‘The Expert Patient’ Department of Health 2001 www.doh.gov.uk/cmo/ep-report.pdf
Page 18: Local authority overview and scrutiny panels
A Healthy Outlook. Local Authority Overview and Scrutiny of Health. Audit Commission, 2001. www.audit-commission.gov.uk/reports/AC-REPORT.asp?CatID=ENGLISH^HEALTH^SUBJECT^H-SOC-SERV^REPORTS-AND-DATA^AC-REPORT&ProdID=7C1121A1-5515-492d-92C9-DC7AD55F10F2&prodType=AC-REPORT
consultation (January 2003) www.doh.gov.uk/healthscrutinyconsultation
Page 18: UN Convention on the rights of the child
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child can be found at www.unicef.org/crc/crc.htmand an account of children’s rights for children and young people at www.therightssite.org.uk.
Children health rights – implementing the UN convention on the rights of the child within the National Health Service. British Association for Community Child Health, March 1995.
Save the Children UK also has a useful website on children’s rights atwww.savethechildren.org.uk/functions/indx_map.html
Page 19: ‘Partnership in Action’ DH 1998
Partnership in Action, New Opportunities for Joint Working between Health and Social Services. 1998. Department of Health. www.doh.gov.uk/pia.htm
Unlocking the Potential. Effective partnerships for improving health. NHS Executive North Thames. 1998. www.doh.gov.uk/pub/docs/doh/unlomain.pdf
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