O’Higgins, A. (accepted for publication) Analysis of care and education pathways of refugee and asylum-seeking children in care in England: implications for social work
O’Higgins, A., Shea, M. & Ott, E. (submitted for publication) What is the impact of placement type on the mental health of migrant children? A systematic review of the evidence
O’Higgins, A., Sebba, J., & Gardner, F. (2017). What are the factors associated with educational achievement for children in kinship or foster care: A systematic review. Children and Youth Services Review, 79, 198–220. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2017.06.004
Tessier, N., O’Higgins, A., Flynn, R. (in press) Neglect, Educational Success, and Young People in Out-of-Home Care: Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Analyses. Child Abuse & Neglect.
Luke, N., Sinclair, I. & O’Higgins, A. (2015) The Educational Progress of Looked After Children in England. Technical Report 2: Relating Care to Educational Attainment and Progress. Rees Centre: Oxford.
O’Higgins, A., Sebba, J. & Luke, N. (2015) What is the impact of being in care on the educational outcomes of children? An international systematic review. Oxford: Rees Centre
O’Higgins, A. (2015) “Book Review: Safeguarding Children from Abroad: Refugee, Asylum Seeking and Trafficked Children ” in International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care
O’Higgins, A. & Evans, R. (2013) ‘Change4Me? Young refugees’ and migrants’ research on social inclusion and educational achievement in London’, Matsumoto, M. ed.,Education and Disadvantaged Children and Young People. Bloomsbury Academic
O’Higgins, A. (2012) Vulnerability and Agency: An irreconcilable dichotomy for social workers working with young refugees, in NDCAMH Vol 2012, 136
O’Higgins, A. (2011) The Destitution of Young Refugees in OxMo Vol.1(2)