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Carmel Devaney
Carmel Devaney
UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, NUI Galway
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Voice and meaning: the wisdom of F amily S upport veterans
C Devaney, P Dolan
Child & Family Social Work 22, 10-20, 2017
432017
Child protection and family support practice in Ireland: A contribution to present debates from a historical perspective
C Devaney, CM Gregor
Child & Family Social Work 22 (3), 1255-1263, 2017
352017
The association between academic self‐beliefs and reading achievement among children at risk of reading failure
A Fives, D Russell, N Kearns, R Lyons, P Eaton, J Canavan, C Devaney, ...
Journal of Research in Reading 37 (2), 215-232, 2014
292014
Maintaining the mother–child relationship within the Irish prison system: The practitioner perspective
S O'Malley, C Devaney
Child care in practice 22 (1), 20-34, 2016
282016
Recruiting and retaining older adult volunteers: Implications for practice
C Devaney, N Kearns, A Fives, J Canavan, R Lyons, P Eaton
Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing 27 (4), 331-350, 2015
212015
What works in family support?
C Devaney, J Canavan, F Landy, A Gillen
Health Service Executive (HSE), 2013
212013
Outcomes for permanence and stability for children in long-term care
L Moran, C McGregor, C Devaney
UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, NUI Galway, 2017
192017
The role of random allocation in randomized controlled trials: distinguishing selection bias from baseline imbalance
A Fives, D Russell, N Kearns, R Lyons, P Eaton, J Canavan, C Devaney, ...
Journal of MultiDisciplinary Evaluation 9 (20), 33-42, 2013
192013
Protective support and supportive protection for families “in the middle”: Learning from the Irish context
C McGregor, C Devaney
Child & Family Social Work 25 (2), 277-285, 2020
162020
A good fit? Ireland’s programme for prevention, partnership and family support as a public health approach to child protection
J Canavan, C Devaney, C McGregor, A Shaw
Re-visioning public health approaches for protecting children, 397-413, 2019
162019
Parenting support: Policy and practice in the Irish context
N Connolly, C Devaney
Child Care in Practice 24 (1), 15-28, 2018
152018
Supporting incarcerated mothers in Ireland with their familial relationships; a case for the revival of the social work role
S O’Malley, C Devaney
Probation Journal 63 (3), 293-309, 2016
152016
The ethics of randomized controlled trials in social settings: Can social trials be scientifically promising and must there be equipoise?
A Fives, DW Russell, J Canavan, R Lyons, P Eaton, C Devaney, N Kearns, ...
International Journal of Research & Method in Education 38 (1), 56-71, 2015
152015
Family support as an approach to working with children and families in Ireland
C Devaney
Germany: Lap Lambert Publishing, 2011
152011
Hoping for a better tomorrow: a qualitative study of stressors, informal social support and parental coping in a Direct Provision centre in the West of Ireland
L Moran, S Garrity, C McGregor, C Devaney
Journal of Family Studies, 2017
142017
Early implementation of Meitheal and the Child and Family support networks: lessons from the field
A Cassidy, C Devaney, C McGregor
UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, 2016
142016
A one‐to‐one programme for at‐risk readers delivered by older adult volunteers
A Fives, N Kearns, C Devaney, J Canavan, D Russell, R Lyons, P Eaton, ...
Review of Education 1 (3), 254-280, 2013
142013
Outcomes for permanence and stability for children in care in Ireland: Implications for practice
C Devaney, C McGregor, L Moran
The British Journal of Social Work 49 (3), 633-652, 2019
132019
Promoting children’s welfare through Family Support
C Devaney
The Routledge handbook of global child welfare, 99-108, 2017
132017
Scoping review of international and Irish literature on outcomes for permanence and stability for children in care
L Moran, C Devaney, C McGregor
UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, 2016
132016
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