Appendix D Supporting documents

Appendix D Supporting documents

Supporting documents include the following:

  • Evidence reviews:

    • Review 1: 'The effect of support services for transition to adulthood/leaving care on the adult outcomes of looked after young people'

    • Review 2: 'The effectiveness of training and support for carers/professionals/volunteers working with looked-after children and young people on the physical and emotional health and wellbeing of looked-after children and young people'

    • Review 3: 'The effectiveness of interventions aimed at improving access to health and mental health services for looked-after children and young people'

    • Review 4: 'A correlates review: factors associated with outcomes for looked-after children and young people: a review of the literature'

    • Review 5: 'A qualitative review of the experiences, views and preferences of looked-after children and young people and their families and carers about the care system'

  • Cost-effectiveness review:

    • Review 1: 'The cost-effectiveness of support services for transition to adulthood/leaving care on the adult outcomes of looked after young people'.

  • Primary research and commissioned reports:

    • Report 1: 'Qualitative research to explore the priorities and experiences of practitioners working with looked-after children and young people'

    • Report 2: 'The health and wellbeing of looked-after children and young people: a brief review of strengths and weaknesses in service provision from inspection and review data'

    • Report 3: 'Practice survey: the physical, emotional health and wellbeing of looked-after children and young people'

    • Report 4: 'Consultation on draft recommendations: the physical, emotional health and wellbeing of looked-after children and young people'.

  • Expert testimony:

    • Expert paper 1: 'Patterns of instability in the care system'

    • Expert paper 2: 'Stability and wellbeing in the care system'

    • Expert paper 3: 'Learning from Sheffield: services to meet the needs of the most challenging children'

    • Expert paper 4: 'The role of the Healthcare Commission in improving outcomes for looked-after children'

    • Expert paper 5: 'Social pedagogy – an example of a European approach to working with looked-after children'

    • Expert paper 6: 'Improving outcomes for looked-after children and young people'

    • Expert paper 7: 'Revised government guidance and policy developments on the health of looked-after children'

    • Expert paper 8: 'The contribution of inspection to the health and wellbeing of looked-after children'

    • Expert paper 9: 'The physical and emotional health and wellbeing of children and young people growing up in foster care: support and training for carers'

    • Expert paper 10: 'Making sense of performance problems in public organisations'

    • Expert paper 11: 'Working with complex systems and networks around looked-after children and young people'

    • Expert paper 12: 'Care planning – the social work task for looked-after children'

    • Expert paper 13: 'Multi-agency partnerships'

    • Expert paper 14: 'Labels that disable – meeting the complex needs of children in residential care'

    • Expert paper 15: 'Siblings in care'

    • Expert paper 16: 'Participatory approaches to involving looked-after children and young people in the design and delivery of services'

    • Expert paper 17: 'Social pedagogy in children's residential care: DCSF pilot programme'

    • Expert paper 18: 'Pathways to permanence for black, Asian and mixed ethnicity children; dilemmas, decision-making and outcomes'

    • Expert paper 19: 'Kinship care'

    • Expert paper 20: 'Promoting the resilience and wellbeing of young people leaving care: messages from research'

    • Expert paper 21: 'Improving health and wellbeing outcomes of children under five years of age looked after in the care of local authorities'

    • Expert paper 22: 'Mental health of looked-after children in the UK: summary'

    • Expert paper 23: 'The health needs of unaccompanied asylum seeking children and young people'.

  • Fieldwork report: 'Fieldwork on the promotion of physical, emotional health and wellbeing of looked after children and young people'.

  • National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)