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Publications


Lutman, E. and Barter, C. (2017) Peer violence in foster care: A review of the research evidence, Child & Family Social Work, 22 (2), 1104-1113


Barter, C. and Lutman, E. (2016) A life less ordinary: Foster carers' views and experiences of negative peer interactions in fostering households, Child Abuse Review, 25 (4), 273-286


Farmer, E. and Lutman, E. (2014) Working effectively with neglected children and their families – what needs to change?, Child Abuse Review, 23 (4), 262-273

Reprinted in a virtual special issue launched in November 2016 to celebrate 25 years of the journal.


Lutman, E. and Farmer, E. (2013) What contributes to outcomes for neglected children? Findings from a five-year follow-up study, British Journal of Social Work, 43 (3), pp. 559-578

 

Farmer, E. & Lutman, E. (2012) Effective working with neglected children and their families: Linking interventions to long-term outcomes. London, Jessica Kingsley.

 

Berridge, D., Biehal, N., Lutman, E., Henry, L. and Palomares, M. (2011) Raising the bar? Evaluation of the social pedagogy pilot programme in residential children’s homes. Report to the Department for Education.


Hunt, J., Waterhouse, S. & Lutman, E. (2010) Parental contact for children placed in kinship care through care proceedings, Child and Family Law Quarterly, 22 (1), pp. 71-92

 

Lutman, E., Hunt, J. & Waterhouse, S. (2009) Placement stability for children in kinship care: A long-term follow-up of children placed in kinship care through care proceedings, Adoption and Fostering, 33, pp. 28-39

 

Hunt, J., Waterhouse, S. & Lutman, E. (2008) Keeping them in the family: Outcomes for abused and neglected children placed with family or friends carers through care proceedings. London, BAAF.

 

Waterhouse, S., Hunt, J. & Lutman, E. (2008) Children placed with kinship carers through care proceedings, Family Law, 38 (5), pp. 435-440

 

Waterhouse, S., Hunt, J. & Lutman, E. (2008) Kinship care: The child’s perspective, Seen and Heard, 18 (3), pp. 36-49