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Emotions and technology: Interaction between patients and nurses in a high technological area – 19 November 2014.   Self-harm, families and relationships: perspectives from practice and research – 24 November.   Practices of intimacy in asexual relationships – 26 November 2014.   Partnerships for Impact …read more

Call for papers: Unequal Families and Relationships

CRFR’s 5th international conference will take place at the John McIntyre Centre, Edinburgh from 13 to 15 June 2016. We will be offering delegates the opportunity to attend seven streams, skills taster sessions and take part in a dynamic closing session on creating research impact. …read more

CRFR research associate set to challenge sexual abuse theories

CRFR research associate Sarah Nelson is set to challenge the theories of one of the world’s leading authorities (David Finkelhor) on child sexual abuse. BASPCAN (the Association of England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales for Child Protection) is holding a one-day conference in Glasgow …read more

New Researchers in Families and Relationships Conference – call for papers


CRFR is pleased to announce the date for the New Researchers in Families and Relationships Conference. This popular event will provide an opportunity to discuss research issues and present papers in a supportive environment: • Presentations by new researchers • Opportunities to discuss work and …read more

View the film on research findings of SASH (Social Aspects of Self-Harm)


The SASH Research Project (Social Aspects of Self-Harm, including drug and alcohol use) investigated what people aged 14-16 had to say about: drug and alcohol use, and self-harm. View the film based on the research findings. Read two new CRFR briefings on self harm. Also …read more

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