Author Archives: Sarah Burton

CRFR summer newsletter

Read CRFR’s summer 2013 newsletter online  – includes CRFR conference highlights – Jennifer Mason on facet methodology, Ros Edwards on the politics of neuroscience and early intervention –  CRFR project updates: European childcare, GPs self-harm, practitioner research with older people, … read more

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Join our June events at CRFR

Thanks to everyone who took part in our international conference last week. Our events continue with two seminars from the Gender Based Violence Research Network on children, child contact and domestic abuse in Edinburgh and Glasgow on 18th and 19th … read more

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CRFR International Conference 10-12 June

This week, delegates from more than 20 countries are gathering in Edinburgh to share research on ‘innovations in methods, theory, and policy relevance’ on researching families and relationships. You can follow some of the issues and themes on twitter #CRFR2013, … read more

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Dementia: is music the best medicine?

BBC Radio Scotland’s Bryan Burnett show hosted PROP research-practitioner Janice Caine on Monday night, to talk about  her research on music therapy for people with dementia.

Janice’s research focused on the use of music to improve the quality of life … read more

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The politics of neuroscience and early intervention

International Conference 10-13 June: Why would anyone argue against policy calls for increased interventions in children’s early years?

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Rosalind Edwards, Val Gillies and Nicola Horsley  are presenting their research into ‘Brain Science and Early Intervention’, funded … read more

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Government food body should make use of research on everyday eating habits

CRFR has urged the Scottish Government to use research on people’s everyday food experiences to inform efforts to change the nation’s eating  habits.

CRFR’s response to A Healthier Scotland: Consultation on Creating a New Food Body stressed the importance of … read more

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