Author Archives: Sarah Burton

Film: “we need a broader view of vulnerability”

‘Targets’ – a new film by Caroline King and artist Rosie Gibson, based on the findings of a Caroline’s PhD study into recent changes in health visiting policy and practice in Scotland.

“Eroded, demoralised, and not using our skills”, “risk … read more

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Family meals media coverage roundup

The Growing up in Scotland research published by Valeria Skafida on children’s eating habits hit the headlines last week. Here’s a full summary of coverage:

Health value of traditional family meals is challenged‘ The Herald 24/04/13
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Family meals research in news

Young children who eat the same meals as their parents are more likely to have healthier diets than those who eat different foods.

Read The Herald’s feature based on Growing up in Scotland research findings by Valeria Skafida, research fellow … read more

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Did London 2012 ‘inspire’ a generation?

And what will be the legacy of  Glasgow 2014? Read our latest CRFR Blog, by Liz Such, who is exploring the impact of of London 2012 on perception, intention or sporting action in young people’s lives

‘Inspire a generation’ … read more

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CRFR’s International conference 10-13 June 2013, Edinburgh

Book now for CRFR’s international conference, Researching families and relationships: innovations in methods. theorys and policy relevance 10-13 June, 2013, Edinburgh. Full list of papers now online. Speakers coming from 25 countries: Uganda, New Zealand, Denmark, Israel, Sweden, UK, Portugal, … read more

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Podcast from Future of Impact conference

Listen to a podcast of CRFR’s Sarah Morton’s presentation on the Future of Impact conference along with other speakers on assessing the impact of research and read a blog about the different presentations

Read Sarah’s briefing: Assessing research … read more

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