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NEURO-ONCOLO GY

Journal of

Official Journa l of the Society

for Neuro-Onco

logy since 1997

NEURO-ONCOLOGY Volume 12 • Issue 1 • Januar y 2010

Volume 12

European Competition Law & Practice •

volume 1 s number 1 s 2010 Issue 1

www.jeclap.oxfordjournals.org

Autophagy induce d is associated with by valproic acid oxidative stress in glioma cell lines • page 4

JANUARY 2010 •

1–56

Extradition for cartel offences Rebates under Article 82

Genome-wide profili nucleotide polym ng using single orphism arrays identifies novel chrom imbalances in pediat osomal ric glioma • page 15 Timing of crania l irradiation in elderly patients with newly glioblastoma multif diagnosed orme • page 35

MGMT protein expres cells predicts outco sion in tumor me of temozolomide therap glioblastoma patien y in ts • page 42

The economics behind bank rescue Mergers review

Chromosome 9p and losses predict unfav 10q low-grade gliom orable outcome in as • page 51

Antitrust enforcement priorities under the Obama administration Energy sector review

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neuro-on c o l o g y. o xfordjou rnals.org Online ISSN: 1523-5 866 Print ISSN: 1522-8517

The British Journal of

CONTENTS 1

Odette Parry, Andy Pithouse, Cathy Anglim and Claire Batchelor ‘The Tip of the Ice Berg’: Children’s Complaints and Advocacy in Wales— An Insider View from Complaints Officers

5

Sally Holland and Mark Rivett ‘Everyone Started Shouting’: Making Connections between the Process of Family Group Conferences and Family Therapy Practice

21

Jim Wade The Ties that Bind: Support from Birth Families and Substitute Families for Young People Leaving Care

39

Johanna Woodcock and Claire Tregaskis Understanding Structural and Communication Barriers to Ordinary Family Life for Families with Disabled Children: A Combined Social Work and Social Model of Disability Analysis

55

Paul Cambridge The Case for a New ‘Case’ Management in Services for People with Learning Disabilities

73 91

Joanne Warner and Jonathan Gabe Risk, Mental Disorder and Social Work Practice: A Gendered Landscape

117

Siobhan E. Laird Social Work Practice to Support Survival Strategies in Sub-Saharan Africa

135

Sarah Cemlyn Human Rights and Gypsies and Travellers: An Exploration of the Application of a Human Rights Perspective to Social Work with a Minority Community in Britain

153

Mel Gray Viewing Spirituality in Social Work through the Lens of Contemporary Social Theory

175

Book Reviews

197

Books Received

213

VOLUME 37 � NUMBER 6 � SEPTEMBER 2008

Volume 37 � Number 6 � September 2008

Eileen McLeod, Paul Bywaters, Denise Tanner and Maureen Hirsch For the Sake of their Health: Older Service Users’ Requirements for Social Care to Facilitate Access to Social Networks Following Hospital Discharge

ISSN 0045–3102

SOCIAL WORK

SOCIAL WORK

Hazel Kemshall Editorial

The British Journal of

www.bjsw.oxfordjournals.org An International Social Work Journal Published for the British Association of Social Workers

International Social Work Special Issue


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