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New Family Justice Data Partnership podcast explores mental health among women involved in care proceedings in Wales

This podcast series from the Family Justice Data Partnership examines the interpretative work of compiling statistics, and shares conversations with parents, policy makers and practitioners about the implications of findings.

In this episode, Dr Linda Cusworth (Lancaster University) speaks to Associate Professor Lucy Griffiths at Swansea University about information available within the Secure Anonymised Information Linkage Databank, how data was used for her research, and findings related to the mental health and other vulnerabilities among women involved in care proceedings in Wales.


It is produced by researchers at the Universities of Lancaster and Swansea. The team is called the Family Justice Data Partnership and is pioneering the use of large scale anonymised data to ask pressing questions about family justice.