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Cummings, Aimee 2022. To what extent are the mental health needs of children and young people (aged 11-18) in care being supported? International Journal of Population Data Science 7 (3) , 07. 10.23889/ijpds.v7i3.1778

Mannay, Dawn ORCID:, Boffey, Maria, Cummings, Aimee, Cunningham, Emily, Davies, Brittany, Stabler, Lorna, Vaughan, Rachael ORCID:, Wooders, Charlotte and Evans, Rhiannon ORCID: 2022. The strengths and challenges of online services and interventions to support the mental health and wellbeing of care-experienced children and young people: A study exploring the views of young people, carers, and social care professionals in Wales during the Coronavirus pandemic. [Project Report]. Cardiff: The Fostering Network in Wales.

Cummings, Aimee 2022. The views of mental health professionals who use digital methods to support care-experienced young people. Practice: Social Work in Action 10.1080/09503153.2022.2044769

Williams, A. ORCID:, Cummings, A., Forrester, D. ORCID:, Hodges, H., Warner, N. ORCID: and Wood, S. ORCID: 2022. Even secure children’s homes won’t take me. Children placed in alternative accommodation. Residential Treatment for Children and Youth 39 (4) , pp. 370-386. 10.1080/0886571X.2022.2044431

Williams, Annie ORCID:, Wood, Sophie ORCID:, Warner, Nell ORCID:, Cummings, Aimee, Hodges, Helen, El-Banna, Asmaa and Daher, Shahd 2020. Unlocking the facts: young people referred to secure children's homes. What Works for Children's Social Care. Available at:

Maxwell, Nina ORCID:, Wallace, Catrin, Cummings, Aimee, Bayfield, Hannah ORCID: and Morgan, Helen 2019. A systematic map and synthesis review of child criminal exploitation. [Project Report]. National Safeguarding Panel: Wales..

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