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The welfare of children in hospital
Great Britain. Ministry of Health. Central Health Services Council.
|Statement||[Chairman: Harry Platt].|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||42|
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Why retention matters. Investing in the child welfare workforce is an essential activity of any child welfare agency, 1 “because a well-trained, highly skilled, well-resourced and appropriately deployed workforce is foundational to a child welfare agency’s ability to achieve best outcomes for the vulnerable children, youth and families it serves.. The workforce is the . The growth of sentimental philanthropy in the 18th century led to the establishment of the first charitable institutions that would cater to orphans. The Foundling Hospital was founded in by the philanthropic sea captain Thomas Coram in London, England, as a children's home for the "education and maintenance of exposed and deserted young children."." The first children .
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Committee on the Welfare of Children in Hospital. OCLC Number: Description: vi, 42 pages. Get this from a library. The Welfare of Children in Hospital. Report of the Committee. [Chairman, Sir Harry Platt.].
[Harry PLATT, Sir Bart.; Central Health Services Council (Great Britain). Committee on the Welfare of Children in Hospital.]. Full text of "Welfare of children in hospital" See other formats v HEALTH VISITOR TUTOR MINISTRY OF HEALTH CENTRAL HEALTH SERVICES COUNCIL The Welfare of Children in Hospital Report of the Committee,4*.
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