Julie Selwyn is Director of the Hadley Centre for Adoption & Foster Care Studies, at the University of Bristol, England. She has led several government funded adoption research studies and advised widely on adoption and permanency policy both within the UK and abroad. She is currently working on a government funded study ‘Pathways to permanence for children of black, Asian and mixed ethnicity: dilemmas, decision-making and outcomes.’
Supporting the placements of children adopted out of care in Journal of Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry volume 12(1), (2007), Sturgess W and Selwyn J.
Paved with good intentions: the pathway to adoption and the costs of delay in BJSW July 36, (2006), Selwyn J., Frazer L. and Quinton D.
More than just a letter in Adoption and Fostering (No 2 Summer), (2006), Selwyn J. Frazer L. and Wrighton P.
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Psychological Trauma and the Child
Thursday 18, Friday 19 and Saturday 20 September 2008