CareKnowledge editor Jim Kennedy believes the Care Bill published as part of the Queen's Speech contains some particularly important messages about concepts of permanence and the government’s on-going programme of reform of the adoption system.
For parents of children with learning disabilities, planning for what happens when they are no longer there to care for their offspring may seem like a scary proposition, but it has to be done – and many will need support to do this, says Dan Parton.
Cash for vaccinations? A select group of health professionals are being incentivised and the others are up in arms, says Penny Hosie.
CareKnowledge editor Jim Kennedy thinks it's worth focusing on the improvements in child safeguarding highlighted in the NSPCC's recent 'How Safe are Our Children?' report.
CareKnowledge editor Jim Kennedy explains why he thinks we are living through a particularly difficult time in which to be confident about the future of child care and child protection.
CareKnowledge editor Jim Kennedy highlights the importance of the DfE's new child safeguarding document.
Following the inaugural UK Nutrition Day, Hugh Maclennan, Project Manager for School Meal Improvement for Buckinghamshire County Council, spoke to JFHC about how the council is working to improve children's eating habits in the area.
Mental Health Today editor Dan Parton looks at the impact of cuts to mental health services for children and young people.
After a hectic two days of hearing experts speak, filming, reporting and networking, the Journal team are pleased to declare the second JFHC Live event a success.
Editor Penny Hosie looks forward, with excitement, to next week's JFHC Live.
Mental Health Today editor Dan Parton says tackling stigma is just the start of a solution to the issues surrounding child self-harm.
CareKnowledge editor Jim Kennedy considers the key points from the recent Action for Children review into child neglect.
CareKnowledge editor Jim Kennedy sees some serious long-term issues arising from the UK's increasing number of NEETs.
Digital editor Richard Hook considers the impact of more and more children being left out.
Deputy editor Rob Mair considers whether the FSA have bitten off more than they can chew.
Doctors are calling on a ban on junk food advertising. But is it too little too late, asks JFHC editor Penny Hosie
Digital editor Richard Hook questions education inspectors’ suggestions that school sport isn't strenuous enough.
JFHC editor Penny Hosie believes the speed of social media can act as an agent for faster change.
CareKnowledge editor Jim Kennedy considers the findings of the recent DFE-commissioned study from the Childhood Wellbeing Research Centre.