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The health of older children and young people subject to care proceedings in Wales

Authors & Organisations
Dr Lucy J Griffiths: Swansea University Medical School
Dr Ian Farr: Swansea University
Carys Jones: Swansea University
Rhodri D Johnson: Swansea University Medical School
Alice Roe: Nuffield Family Justice Observatory
Alex Lee: Lancaster University
Dr Bachar Alrouh: Lancaster University
Professor Karen Broadhurst: Lancaster University
Professor Ann John: Swansea University
Professor David Ford: Swansea University Medical School
Authors
Dr Lucy J Griffiths
Dr Ian Farr
Carys Jones
Rhodri D Johnson
Alice Roe
Alex Lee
Dr Bachar Alrouh
Professor Karen Broadhurst
Professor Ann John
Professor David Ford
Organisations
Swansea University Medical School
Swansea University
Swansea University
Swansea University Medical School
Nuffield Family Justice Observatory
Lancaster University
Lancaster University
Lancaster University
Swansea University
Swansea University Medical School

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This report provides an overview of the health and health service use of older children and young people (aged 10–17) involved in section 31 care proceedings in Wales. It is part of a series of work that aims to help build a better understanding of the reasons why older children and young people are being brought into care proceedings.

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