Philip Gillingham
Philip Gillingham
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TitleCited byYear
Reflexivity, its meanings and relevance for social work: A critical review of the literature
H D’cruz, P Gillingham, S Melendez
The British Journal of Social Work 37 (1), 73-90, 2007
4452007
Child protection practitioners and decision-making tools: Observations and reflections from the front line
P Gillingham, C Humphreys
British Journal of Social Work 40 (8), 2598-2616, 2009
1562009
Decision‐making tools and the development of expertise in child protection practitioners: are we ‘just breeding workers who are good at ticking boxes’?
P Gillingham
Child & Family Social Work 16 (4), 412-421, 2011
972011
Risk assessment in child protection: Problem rather than solution?
P Gillingham
Australian Social Work 59 (1), 86-98, 2006
912006
Management-by-results and performance measurement in universities–implications for work motivation
KM Kallio, TJ Kallio
Studies in Higher Education 39 (4), 574-589, 2014
902014
The use of assessment tools in child protection: An ethnomethodological study
P Gillingham
612009
Cumulative harm and chronic child maltreatment
LM Bromfield, P Gillingham, DJ Higgins
Developing practice: the child youth and family work journal 19, 34-42, 2007
562007
The development of electronic information systems for the future: Practitioners,‘embodied structures’ and ‘technologies-in-practice’
P Gillingham
British Journal of Social Work 43 (3), 430-445, 2012
532012
Computer-based information systems and human service organisations: Emerging problems and future possibilities
P Gillingham
Australian Social Work 64 (3), 299-312, 2011
502011
Electronic information systems in human service organisations: The what, who, why and how of information
P Gillingham
The British Journal of Social Work 45 (5), 1598-1613, 2014
422014
Reflexivity: A concept and its meanings for practitioners working with children and families
H DCruz, P Gillingham, S Melendez
Critical social work 8 (1), 1-18, 2007
412007
Child protection, risk assessment and blame ideology
P Gillingham, L Bromfield
Children Australia 33 (1), 18-24, 2008
352008
Predictive risk modelling to prevent child maltreatment and other adverse outcomes for service users: Inside the ‘black box’of machine learning
P Gillingham
The British Journal of Social Work 46 (4), 1044-1058, 2015
292015
Male social workers in child and family welfare: New directions for research
P Gillingham
Social work 51 (1), 83-85, 2006
262006
Designing electronic information systems for the future: social workers and the challenge of new public management
P Gillingham, T Graham
Critical Social Policy 36 (2), 187-204, 2016
242016
Exploring the possibilities of an expanded practice repertoire in child protection: An alternative conceptual approach
H D'Cruz, P Gillingham, S Melendez
Journal of Social Work 9 (1), 61-85, 2009
192009
Big data in social welfare: The development of a critical perspective on social work's latest “electronic turn”
P Gillingham, T Graham
Australian Social Work 70 (2), 135-147, 2017
182017
Technology configuring the user: Implications for the redesign of electronic information systems in social work
P Gillingham
The British Journal of Social Work 46 (2), 323-338, 2014
182014
Electronic information systems and human services organisations: Avoiding the pitfalls of participatory design
P Gillingham
The British Journal of Social Work 45 (2), 651-666, 2013
172013
Ghosts in the machine: Student participation and grade attainment in a web‐assisted social work course
P Gillingham
Social Work Education 28 (4), 423-435, 2009
162009
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