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Child protection service delivery development in Australiapp. 239-266 $45.00
Authors:  Jing Sun and Nicholas Buys
This study examines child protection service delivery
model development in Australia. Child maltreatment and
the need to protect children from harm and prevent child
abuse and neglect has become a significant clinical and
community concern in Queensland. In Queensland Health
Strategic policy framework for children’s and young
people’s health clearly provided strategic direction in which
“collaborative whole of government policy development
and implementation initiatives” will be supported.
Queensland Health, as a key stakeholder in the child
protection work, has provided services in identification and
report suspicion of child abuse and neglect. To continue
this role, a contemporary and effective service model to
incorporate strategies and implementation plan in child
protection is needed. The aim of the Child Protection
Service Delivery Project is to develop a comprehensive and
effective child protection service model. It is critical that
this framework is evidenced-based and informed by the
best evidence and practices in child protection. Griffith
University was committed to undertake the literature review
to support of the work of the project team in Service
Framework development and implementation. This report
presents the key findings from the literature review for use
by the project team. 

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