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Keeping children and young people safe during a pandemic: testing the robustness of multi-agency child protection and safeguarding arrangements for schools

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Keeping children and young people safe during a pandemic: testing the robustness of multi-agency child protection and safeguarding arrangements for schools. / Baginsky, Mary; Manthorpe, Jill.

London : NIHR Policy Research Unit in Health and Social Care Workforce, The Policy Institute, King's College London, 2020. 40 p.

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Baginsky, M & Manthorpe, J 2020, Keeping children and young people safe during a pandemic: testing the robustness of multi-agency child protection and safeguarding arrangements for schools. NIHR Policy Research Unit in Health and Social Care Workforce, The Policy Institute, King's College London, London.

APA

Baginsky, M., & Manthorpe, J. (2020). Keeping children and young people safe during a pandemic: testing the robustness of multi-agency child protection and safeguarding arrangements for schools. NIHR Policy Research Unit in Health and Social Care Workforce, The Policy Institute, King's College London.

Vancouver

Baginsky M, Manthorpe J. Keeping children and young people safe during a pandemic: testing the robustness of multi-agency child protection and safeguarding arrangements for schools. London: NIHR Policy Research Unit in Health and Social Care Workforce, The Policy Institute, King's College London, 2020. 40 p.

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Baginsky, Mary ; Manthorpe, Jill. / Keeping children and young people safe during a pandemic: testing the robustness of multi-agency child protection and safeguarding arrangements for schools. London : NIHR Policy Research Unit in Health and Social Care Workforce, The Policy Institute, King's College London, 2020. 40 p.

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