Conference presentations


Launch presentation

McSherry, D. (2013). Comparing long-term placements for young children in care. The Care Pathways and Outcomes Study - Northern Ireland. Canada Room, 11th September 2013. Download

Presentations at conferences

Fargas Malet, M. (2013). The role of decision-making in influencing outcomes in long-term care. BAAF Autumn Conference: Securing Children's Futures: Care Planning and Decision-Making for Looked After Children. 1 October 2013. Belfast. Download

McSherry, D. (2013). The Care Pathways and Outcomes Study. The RAFT Permanence seminar. 17 September 2013. Derry. Download

Fargas-Malet, M. (2013). Comparing contact with birth families and family communication between adoption and foster care. ICAR4: Fourth Internation Conference on Adoption Research. 7-11 July 2013. Bilbao. Download

Weatherall, K. (2010). Comparing care placements in Northern Ireland. The Child Care Research Forum : Made in N.Ireland Conference. 23rd November 2008. The Hilton Hotel, Templepatrick. Download

Fargas-Malet, M. (2010). Comparing adoption with alternative long-term options for children in care. Third International Conference in Adoption Research (ICAR3). The many faces of adoption in today's world. 11th - 15th July 2010. Leiden, The Netherlands. Download

Fargas-Malet, M. (2009). Long-term foster carers and children's perspectives of contact with birth families in Northern Ireland. Linking Global Foster, IFCO International Conference. 12th - 17th July 2009. UCD, Dublin. Download

Kelly, G. & Fargas-Malet, M. (2008). Care Pathways and Outcomes study. Social Work Research at Queen’s University Belfast Conference, Queen’s University Belfast, Belfast (March 19).

McSherry, D. (2008). Care Pathways and Outcomes for Children in Care in Northern Ireland. The Child Care Research Forum Conference. 26th November 2008. The Hilton Hotel, Templepatrick. Download



Teaching presentations

Fargas-Malet, M., McSherry, D., & Robinson, C. (2009). Participatory methods in the 'Care Pathways and Outcomes Study'. Download