Work with us

We have a dynamic research network linking academics, researchers, students, practitioners and policy officers with an interest in families and relationships research. Join our research network to hear news, events, recent publications and networking opportunities from across the CRFR consortium.

Academics, researchers and students:

  • Email Dawn Cattanach to become an:
    • Honorary Fellow – for researchers collaborating with CRFR or who are co-supervising a PhD student
  • If you have a suggestion for joint project or would like to work with us on a knowledge exchange or impact activity, please contact Sarah Morton. We welcome all ideas on how we can support new and innovative research on families and relationships.
  • We have event management expertise, and will be happy to work with you to organise seminar, conferences, parliamentary events and training courses. Please contact Laura Marshall.
  • If you are based within one of our consortium universities, please visit the Directors page to find your local contact person.

 Public bodies and policy makers

  • We would welcome invitations to speak to policy makers and politicians to share evidence and inform policy development. Please email Sarah Morton to arrange.
  • We can work with you to shape events, seminars or workshops that use our research findings and evidence base. Please email Laura Marshall.
  • We respond to consultations and evidence requests on many topics that relate to families and relationships. If you would like input from CRFR please email: Sarah Morton.
  • We have expertise in evaluation and assessing impact. Please email Sarah Morton.
  • Apply to become an exchange fellow – contact Sarah Morton for details.
  • If you have a suggestion for joint project, would like to work with us on a knowledge exchange or impact activity, or would like help to organise an event, please contact Sarah Morton. We welcome all ideas on how we can support new and innovative research on families and relationships.

 Practitioners

  • Apply to become an exchange fellow – contact Sarah Morton for details.
  • If you have a suggestion for joint project, would like to work with us on a knowledge exchange or impact activity, or would like help to organise an event, please contact Sarah Morton. We welcome all ideas on how we can support new and innovative research on families and relationships.

 Voluntary and community organisations

  • Apply to become an exchange fellow – contact Sarah Morton for details.
  • If you have a suggestion for joint project, would like to work with us to use research, or would like help to organise an event, please contact Sarah Morton. We welcome all ideas on how we can support new and innovative research on families and relationships.

 

 

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