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RA1, RA2 and RA5c: Staff and output details and Category C staff circumstances

 

Bailey, SE - Category : A

RA2 - Research outputs:

Number of outputs: 4

Output number: 1 of 4

Title

Shared patients: multiple health and social care contact.

Output type: Journal article
Journal title: Health and Social Care in the Community
Month/year of publication: July 2001
Pagination: 205-214
Volume: 9 (4)
ISSN: 09660410
DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-2524.2001.00296.x ?
Co-authors: Janacek, G., Keene, J., Swift, L.
Other relevant details: Innovative methodology - involving use of an encryption programme to collect quarterly data from twenty agencies within one county (over 97,000 cases were on the database). Cross referencing allowed for multiple referrals across agencies to be tracked. The project was particularly concerned with clients of the drug and alcohol misuse services and admissions to Accident and Emergency services. Bailey managed the collection of data and the database, and produced statistical tables 1-4. Project involved collaborative work with UEA mathematicians who undertook the logistic regression modelling. Close partnership with agencies. Data used by agency partners to develop screening tools.

Output number: 2 of 4

Title

Services for children and young people with emotional, behavioural and/or mental health problems: A study in the Waveney Area of Suffolk

Output type: Research report for external body
Commissioning body: Suffolk County Council and Norfolk Mental Health Care NHS Trust
Publisher:
Publication date: 01/01/2001
Number of pages: 78
Co-authors: Bettinson, S., Thoburn, J.
Other relevant details: Used encryption methodology developed for output 1. Partnership with six statutory and voluntary agencies and parents, allowed for collection of quantitative and qualitative data on all children known to have EBD problems in one town. A profile was obtained of young people receiving support from one, two or all three of statutory agencies. Voices of parents and children highlighted. Bailey was data collection lead and undertook the statistical profiling of the young people and the demographic profiling of area. Wrote first draft of 75% of report. Several dissemination events held plus discussion with health and LA policy makers.

Output number: 3 of 4

Title

Using the 'Looked After Children' dimensions to collect aggregate data on well-being.

Output type: Journal article
Journal title: Child and Family Social Work
Month/year of publication: August 2002
Pagination: 189-201
Volume: 7 (3)
ISSN: 13567500
DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-2206.2002.00250.x ?
Co-authors: Thoburn, J., Wakeham, H.
Other relevant details: Research commissioned by a single local authority as part of its QA processes. LA reviewing officer was a member of research team. Methodology involved adapting the LAC assessment framework to generate aggregate data. Repeated after 12 months to collect interim outcome/change over time data on 96 children. Bailey’s contribution: all data processing, statistical analysis and writing findings section of article. Importance of this paper is that it is one of only a small number which provides an independent critique of the LAC system as a tool for collecting aggregate data. Cited by academics in Canada, Australia and Sweden.

Output number: 4 of 4

Title

Your Shout Too! A survey of children and young people involved in court proceedings when their parents divorce or separate.

Output type: Authored book
Publisher: NSPCC
Year of publication: 2007
Number of pages: 91
ISBN: 978-1-84228-075-9
URL: Original article on web ?
Co-authors: Thoburn, J., Timms, J. E.
Other relevant details: Research, commissioned by NSPCC, undertaken in collaboration with CAFCASS. Survey methodology not previously used with this high need group of children involved in conflictual private law cases. Bailey led on questionnaire design and piloting with children and parents; managed liaison with 71 CAFCASS area offices, analysed data and wrote first draft of 80% of report. Wide dissemination to CAFCASS workers. Foreword by Sir Mark Potter, President of Family Division who, with the Chief Executive of CAFCASS and some young people, spoke at event to launch the report to senior judiciary and civil servants. Findings discussed with Minister for Constitutional Affairs.