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Enhancing children's journey in out-of-home care: A multi-perspective study

  • Description
    This study aims to improve the experiences of, and outcomes for, Indigenous and non-Indigenous children in Out-of-Home Care (OOHC). Drawing on detailed longitudinal, qualitative interview data from children in out-of-home-care, their birth families and carers across geographically diverse sites in Queensland, the study will build a rich understanding of their experiences. Outcomes include improved knowledge of how to strengthen children's connections to culture and caring relationships during OOHC and how these connections shape children's well-being. Benefits include improved outcomes for children and better practice to achieve positive social, cultural and emotional well-being for those involved OOHC especially in Indigenous communities.
  • Funding entity
    Australian Research Council (ARC)
  • Research/evaluation entity
    The University of Queensland
  • Status
    Underway
  • Released to public
    No
  • Categories
    Social and emotional wellbeing