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Capturing the scale and pattern of recurrent care proceedings: initial observations from a feasibility study

Date:23 JUN 2014
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Karen Broadhurst Judith Harwin Mike Shaw and Bachar Alrouh

The research team would like to acknowledge the contribution of Dr. Mark Pilling from the University of Manchester statistical advisor to the research team.

This project is funded by the Nuffield Foundation: http://www.nuffieldfoundation.org/recurrent-care-proceedings-feasibility-study

The below article has been taken from the August 2014 issue of Family Law and made available ahead of print.


This article reports the initial findings of a feasibility study that has captured the scale and pattern of recurrent care proceedings. Although frontline professionals have reported long-standing concerns about the repeat clients...

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