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2007Becoming an Industry: The Struggle of Social and Community Workers for Award Coverage, 1976-2001Briggs, Christopher; Meagher, Gabrielle; Healy, Karen; Workplace Research Centre; Education and Social Work - ResearchBecoming an Industry: The Struggle of Social and Community Workers for Award Coverage, 1976-2001, Journal of Industrial Relations, vol.49, 4, 2007,pp 497-521
2004Beyond The Local: Extending The Social Capital DiscourseAyres, Liz; Hampshire, Anne; Healy, Karen; Social Work & Policy StudiesBeyond The Local: Extending The Social Capital Discourse, Australian Journal of Social Issues, vol.39,(3),2004,pp 329-342
2003Caring, controlling, contracting and counting: Governments and non-profits in community servicesHealy, Karen; Meagher, Gabrielle; Social Work & Policy Studies; Education and Social Work - ResearchCaring, controlling, contracting and counting: Governments and non-profits in community services, Australian Journal of Public Administration, vol.62,(3),2003,pp 40-51
2009Families on the fringe: mental health implications of the movement of young families to non-metropolitan areasRawsthorne, Margot; Healy, Karen; Hillman, Wendy; Education and Social Work - ResearchFamilies on the fringe: mental health implications of the movement of young families to non-metropolitan areas, Rural Society: the journal of research into rural and regional social issues in Australia, vol.19, 4, 2009,pp 306-317
2002Managing human services in a market environment: What role for social workers?Healy, Karen; Social Work & Policy StudiesManaging human services in a market environment: What role for social workers?, British Journal of Social Work, vol.32, 5,pp 527-540
2004The Reprofessionalization of Social Work: Collaborative Approaches for Achieving Professional RecognitionHealy, Karen; Meagher, Gabrielle; Social Work & Policy Studies; Education and Social Work - ResearchThe Reprofessionalization of Social Work: Collaborative Approaches for Achieving Professional Recognition, British Journal of Social Work, vol.34,(2),2004,pp 243-260
2004The Reprofessionalization of Social Work: Collaborative Approaches for Achieving Professional RecognitionHealy, Karen; Meagher, Gabrielle; Social Work & Policy Studies; Education and Social Work - ResearchThe Reprofessionalization of Social Work: Collaborative Approaches for Achieving Professional Recognition in Social Work in a Corporate Era: Practices of Power and Resistance, Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2004, pp. 91-107
2009Retaining Novices to Become Expert Child Protection Practitioners: Creating Career Pathways in Direct PracticeMeagher, Gabrielle; Cullin, Joel; Healy, Karen; Education and Social Work - ResearchRetaining Novices to Become Expert Child Protection Practitioners: Creating Career Pathways in Direct Practice, British Journal of Social Work, vol.39, N/A, 2009,pp 299-317
2002Social capital: A useful concept for social work?Healy, Karen; Hampshire, Anne; Social Work & Policy StudiesSocial capital: A useful concept for social work?, Australian Social Work, vol.55,(3),2002,pp 227-238
2003Social enterprise: is it the business of social work?Healy, Karen; Crofts, Penny; Gray, Mel; Social Work & Policy StudiesSocial enterprise: is it the business of social work?, Australian Social Work, vol.56,(2),2003,pp 141-154
2007Social Workers’ Preparation for Child Protection: Revisiting the Question of SpecialisationMeagher, Gabrielle; Healy, Karen; Education and Social Work - ResearchSocial Workers’ Preparation for Child Protection: Revisiting the Question of Specialisation, Australian Social Work, vol.60, 3, 2007,pp 321-335
2009Strategic challenges in child welfare services: a comparative study of Australia, England and SwedenMeagher, Gabrielle; Cortis, Natasha; Healy, Karen; Education and Social Work - ResearchStrategic challenges in child welfare services: a comparative study of Australia, England and Sweden in Social Policy Review 21: Analysis and Debate in Social Policy, Policy Press, 2009, pp. 215-242