publication . Other literature type . Report . 2019

On the challenges of using administrative data from social care: experience using a new, linked whole-population dataset

Jay, Matthew; Pearson, Rachel; Wijlaars, Linda; Olhede, Sofia; Gilbert, Ruth;
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  • Published: 01 May 2019
  • Publisher: Zenodo
Abstract
<strong><em>General background: the need to make better use of data within family justice</em></strong> This short briefing note provides an overview to the full report of Children in Family Justice Data Share (CFJDS) pilot. Recent children’s social care and family justice initiatives have attempted to exploit routinely collected data for service planning and delivery and informing or driving decision-making at the individual case management level. For example, the new Nuffield Family Justice Observatory (FJO) aims to encourage the use of administrative data to better understand the family justice system and to ‘develop, update and test guidance and other tools ...
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publication . Other literature type . Report . 2019

On the challenges of using administrative data from social care: experience using a new, linked whole-population dataset

Jay, Matthew; Pearson, Rachel; Wijlaars, Linda; Olhede, Sofia; Gilbert, Ruth;