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Publications:

Stevens M, Liabo K. Review of the research priorities of social care practitioners working with children. Child & Family Social Work, forthcoming.

Liabo, K., Frost, S., McNeish, D., Sheldon, T. and Roberts, H. What Works for Children? in Amanda Killoran et al. (eds.) Public health evidence: Tackling health inequalities. Oxford, Oxford University Press; 2006

Petticrew M, Roberts, H. Systematic Reviewing: A Practical Guide. Oxford, Blackwells; 2005

Liabo K. What Works for Children and what works in research implementation? Experiences from a research and development project in the UK. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand 2005;24:185-198


Liabo K, Lucas P, Roberts H. International: the UK and Europe. In: DuBois D, Karcher MJ, editors. Handbook of youth mentoring. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage; 2005

Liabo K. Mentoring and problem behaviour. Highlight No 215, March 2005. London: National Children's Bureau

Stevens M, Liabo K, Frost S, Roberts H. Using research in practice. A research information service for social care practitioners. Child and Family Social Work 2005;10:67-75

Liabo K, Lucas P. Home visiting and childhood injury. Highlight No 213, November 2004. London: National Children's Bureau

Liabo K, Gibbs J, Underdown A. Group-based parenting programmes and reducing children's behaviour problems. Highlight No 211, September 2004. London: National Children's Bureau

Brocklehurst N, Liabo K. Evidence nuggets: promoting evidence based practice. Community practitioner 2004:77 (10):292-96

Liabo K. Traffic calming and childhood injury on the road. Highlight No 207, June 2004. London: National Children's Bureau

Lucas P, Liabo K. Breakfast clubs and school fruit schemes. Highlight No 206, March 2004. London: National Children's Bureau

Roberts H, Liabo K, Lucas P, DuBois D, Sheldon T. Mentoring to reduce antisocial behaviour in childhood. British Medical Journal 2004;328:512-514

Petticrew M, Roberts H. Evidence, hierarchies, and typologies: horses for courses. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2003;57:527-529

Liabo K, Lucas P, Roberts H. Can traffic calming measures achieve the Children's Fund objective of reducing inequalities in child health? Archives of Disease in Childhood 2003;88(3):235-236

Lucas P, Liabo K, Roberts H. Do Behavioural Treatments for Sleep Disorders in Children with Down Syndrome work? Archives of Disease in Childhood 2002;87(5):413-414

Liabo K. 'What works for children?' An evidence-based information source for children's social care. Learning and skills research 2002;5(3):50-51


Conferences:

Stevens M. Presentation: How well does research fit the needs of practitioners working to improve the well-being of children and families? Conference: Necessity or Nuisance? The role of non-researchers in research. Social Research Association Annual Conference, London. December 7th 2005

Liabo K. Presentation: Translating systematic review into practitioner speak. Seminar: Training and Development Agency for Schools. Models of research synthesis in education. Workshop 1: outputs and their utilisation, London. December 14th 2005

Liabo K. Presentation: Does research answer practitioners' questions? Conference: Well being and social justice. Social Policy Association 38th Annual Conference, Bath. June 27th - 29th 2005

Liabo K. Presentation: What Works for Children? Conference: Social Policy, Research and Evaluation Conference 2004 "What Works?", Wellington, New Zealand. November 25th - 26th 2004

Frost S, Liabo K. Presentation: What works for children? Seminar: Social Care Institute of Excellence, London. November 3rd 2004.

Liabo K. Presentation: Translating systematic reviews into practitioner speak. Conference: Using research in practice workshop at the Ninth International Symposium on Health Information Management Research, Sheffield. June 15th - 17th 2004

Frost S, Liabo K. Presentation: Barriers and enablers to using research evidence in practice. Conference: A first look at the evidence, 4th Annual Campbell Collaboration Colloquium, Washington DC, USA. February 18th - 20th 2004

Frost S. Presentation: What works for children? How do we know? How do we find out?
Conference: What works and is needed for children and young people affected by parental substance misuse? How do we know?, Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, University of Edinburgh. 30th January 2004

Frost S. Presentation: Promoting research informed practice amongst Children's Fund Programmes
Conference: Getting Evidence into Practice, Co. Durham and Tees Valley R&D Liaison Group, University of Teesside, Middlesbrough. 19th September 2003

Frost S. Workshop / Presentation: Promoting research informed practice amongst Children's Fund Programmes Conference: British Association for the Study and Prevention of Child Abuse Neglect Conference (BAPSCAN), York. 20th - 23rd July 2003

Liabo K. Presentation: What Works for Children? Conference: What works? Evidence, research and inference in social policy, Social Policy Association 37th Annual Conference, University of Teesside, Middlesbrough. July 15th - 17th 2003

Frost S. Presentation: Promoting research informed practice amongst Children's Fund Programmes
Conference: What works? Evidence, research and inference in social policy, Social Policy Association 37th Annual Conference, University of Teesside, Middlesbrough. July 15th - 17th 2003

Frost S, Lucas P. Presentation: Mentoring: a suitable case for evidence-based treatment?
Conference: Evidence based policies and Indicator Systems, London. 9th -11th July 2003

Stevens M, Liabo K. Presentation: What Works for Children? Supporting health and social care
practitioners in using research. Conference: Research for health in primary care: reality, impact and future, international conference at the University of Hartfordshire, Fielder Centre, HertNet. May 21st - 23rd 2003

Liabo K and Lucas P. Presentation: What Works for Children? Conference: Reducing Social Inequalities in Health among children and young people, European conference in Copenhagen. December 9th-10th 2002

Frost S, Lucas P. Presentation: Mind the Gap - Evidence, policy and practice
Conference: Integrating Evidence Based Practice With Continuing Professional Development, ESRC UK Centre for Evidence Based Policy and Practice, London. 7th November 2002

   

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