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Processes and outputs of an adoption panel: a case study

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This article examines the processes and outputs of an adoption panel and is the second by Terence O'Sullivan to report on an observational case study. The research investigates how representative and participative panel members were, how attendee presence was structured, what the panel focused on and how conclusions were reached. The panel considered social work proposals in relation to looked after children whose permanence plan was adoption. A scrutiny process was observed that took the form of identifying issues, asking questions, being reassured (or not), coming to a conclusion and giving feedback. The importance of the panel's work stems from its scrutiny of social work proposals and the article suggests various ways in which this could be made more effective.
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Keywords: ADOPTION AND LOOKED AFTER CHILDREN; ADOPTION PANEL; SCRUTINY PROCESS

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2005-09-01

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