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Interagency collaboration: Part A: What is it, what does it look like, when is it needed and what supports it? Myfanwy McDonald, Kate Rosier

By: McDonald, Myfanwy.
Contributor(s): Rosier, Kate.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: AFRC briefing.Publisher: Melbourne, Vic. : Australian Family Relationships Clearinghouse, Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2011Description: 10 p. ; computer format, PDF.ISBN: 978-1-921414-77-0.ISSN: 1834-2434 (Online).Subject(s): CHILDREN | FAMILIES | INTERAGENCY COLLABORATION | AUSTRALIAOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website AFRC briefing, 2011, no.21 ASummary: This is Part A of a two-part briefing paper on interagency collaboration released by the Australian Family Relationships Clearinghouse. Part A looks at what collaboration is, the benefits and risks of involving families in collaborations, when interagency collaborations are likely to be most effective and explores how they can be supported through specific models of governance. Part B investigates the evidence regarding the relationship between collaboration and improved outcomes for children and families. Both parts can be accessed via the website. Record #3634
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AFRC briefing, 2011, no.21 A

This is Part A of a two-part briefing paper on interagency collaboration released by the Australian Family Relationships Clearinghouse. Part A looks at what collaboration is, the benefits and risks of involving families in collaborations, when interagency collaborations are likely to be most effective and explores how they can be supported through specific models of governance. Part B investigates the evidence regarding the relationship between collaboration and improved outcomes for children and families. Both parts can be accessed via the website. Record #3634