SCIE media releases 2010
SCIE's comment on the Munro Review of child protection
04 October 2010
Commenting on the “systems analysis” focus of Professor Eileen Munro’s first report, SCIE’s Chair, Allan Bowman says:
I’m particularly pleased that Professor Munro has looked at serious case reviews. She concludes that they don’t foster a learning culture which supports improved practice. SCIE’s model for serious case reviews provides a way of thinking about front-line practice and is generating new ideas about how to improve practice, in order to help to keep children safe. This ‘systems’ approach to organisational learning can be used across agencies involved in safeguarding and child protection work.
We look forward to both reports to be published by Professor Munro in 2011.
Notes to editors
The Munro Review of Child Protection
Part One: A Systems Analysis by Professor Eileen Munro Report here
SCIE’s “Learning Together” systems approach with:
- At a glance publication
- Social Care TV film
- Behind the Headlines
- Good Practice Framework
The SCIE ‘systems’ model for case reviews and SCRs: findings from the North West pilots: 16 November 2010. One day event taking place in Manchester, with keynote speaker Professor Eileen Munro.
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