Ms Fiona Mitchell

Senior Knowledge Exchange Fellow

Centre for Excellence for Children's Care and Protection

Publications

Adversarialism in informal, collaborative, and 'soft' inquisitorial settings : lawyer roles in child welfare legal environments
Porter Robert, Welch Vicki, Mitchell Fiona
Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law Vol 41, pp. 425-444 (2019)
https://doi.org/10.1080/09649069.2019.1663015
The Role of the Solicitor in the Children's Hearings System : A Study Commissioned by the Scottish Legal Aid Board
Porter Robert, Welch Vicki, Mitchell Fiona
(2016)
Taking a long view in child welfare : how can we evaluate intervention and child wellbeing over time?
McGhee Janice, Mitchell Fiona, Daniel Brigid, Taylor Julie
Child Abuse Review Vol 24, pp. 95–106 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1002/car.2268
Practitioner Research in Social Care : A Review and Recommendations.
Shaw Ian, Lunt Neil, Mitchell Fiona
Methods Review Methods Review, Vol 18 (2014)
The role of return home welfare interviews in responding to the needs of young runaways
Mitchell Fiona, Malloch Margaret, Burgess Cheryl
Children and Society Vol 28, pp. 55-65 (2014)
https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1099-0860.2012.00467.x
Networking practitioner research : synthesising the state of the ‘art'
Lunt Neil T, Ramian Knud, Shaw Ian, Fouché Christa, Mitchell Fiona
European Journal of Social Work Vol 15, pp. 185-203 (2012)
https://doi.org/10.1080/13691457.2010.513964

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Projects

Renfrewshire Home and Belonging Collaborative
Mitchell, Fiona (Principal Investigator) Doyle, Kathleen Isobel (Co-investigator)
This consultancy project focuses on accessing, distilling and applying evidence regarding successful collaboration as part of a facilitated series of workshops designed to support the Renfrewshire Home and Belonging Collaborative (RHBC) to strengthen their approach to collaboration. The RHBC is a partnership between Quarriers, Engage Renfrewshire, Impact Arts, Renfrewshire Council, RAMH and West College Scotland working to increase opportunities for care experienced young people to access support and resources designed to strengthen their experiences of home and belonging.
02-Jan-2019 - 31-Jan-2020
Administrative Data Research Centre - Scotland (ADRC-S) Social Work lead
Mitchell, Fiona (Principal Investigator)
14-Jan-2018 - 30-Jan-2018

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Address

Centre for Excellence for Children's Care and Protection
Curran Building

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