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Lynch, D. and Burns, K. (2008). Contexts, themes and future directions in Irish child protection and welfare social work. In Child protection and welfare social work: Contemporary themes and practice perspectives (pp. 1-8) Dublin, Ireland: A & A Farmar. 27  
Forde, Catherine and Lynch, Deborah (2013) Critical practice for challenging times: social workers' engagement with community work. British Journal of Social Work, 44 8: 2078-2094. doi:10.1093/bjsw/bct091 67 1 0 1
Burns, Kenneth and Lynch, Deborah (2012). Politics, democracy and protecting children. In Deborah Lynch and Kenneth Burns (Ed.), Children's rights and child protection: Critical times, critical issues in Ireland (pp. 1-14) Manchester, England: Manchester University Press. 51 1
Tham, Pia and Lynch, Deborah (2014) Prepared for practice? Graduating social work students' reflections on their education, competence and skills. Social Work Education, 33 6: 704-717. doi:10.1080/02615479.2014.881468 28   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 1
Lynch, Debby and Forde, Catherine (2006) Social work within a community discourse: Challenges for teaching. Social Work Education, 25 8: 851-862. doi:10.1080/02615470600915902 65   Cited 4 times in Scopus4 0
Kelleher, Pat and Lynch, Deborah (2012). 'Walking a tightrope': exploring uncertainties in the initial assessment of suspected non-accidental head injury to an infant in statutory child protection and welfare. In Deborah Lynch and Kenneth Burns (Ed.), Children's rights and child protection: Critical times, critical issues in Ireland (pp. 146-167) Manchester, England: Manchester University Press. 73 7
McGrath, Mary and Lynch, Deborah (2007) Where do you go when you go out? Young people's views on youth friendly facilities in East Cork: A report Dublin, Dublin, Cork: 37 2