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posted on 02.07.2007by Mike Gatehouse, June Statham, Harriet Ward
This study set out to develop a framework for describing outputs from the
information systems used in children’s social services. It suggests what
information needs to be retrieved, and in what form, to enable local
authorities to plan, operate and manage these services more effectively.
This work complements the Data Model and Process Model published by the
Department of Health’s Core Information Requirements programme, and
should assist local authorities with the implementation of the Integrated