Useful references:

Brandon et al (2008) Analysing Child Deaths and Serious Injury Through Abuse and Neglect: what can we learn? London: DCSF

Brandon et al (2012) New Learning from Serious Case Reviews: a two year report from 2009-2001 London: DofH

Fook, Jan (2012) Social Work. A Critical Approach to Practice. 2nd ed. London: Sage Publications

Knapman, J. and Morrison, T. Making the Most of Supervision in Health and Social Care (1998) Brighton: Pavilion Publishing

Knott, C., & Scragg, T. (eds.)  (2010) Reflective Practice in Social Work. Exeter: Learning Matters

Morrison, T (2005) Staff supervision in Social Care. Making a real difference for staff and service users. 3rd edition, Brighton: Pavilion Publishing Ltd; 

Munro, Eileen (1999) Common Errors of Reasoning in Child Protection Work Child Abuse & Neglect 23 (8) p. 745-758:  HYPERLINK “” o “publisher” John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Munro Review of Child Protection by Professor Eileen Munro (2010&2011) 

Ruch, G., Turney, D., Ward, A. (Eds) (2010) Relationship Based Social Work. Getting to the heart of practice. 2nd ed. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Wonnacott, Jane (2012) Mastering Social Work Supervision, London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers