Category Archives: Knowledge Exchange

CRFR co-director Jeni Harden on Radio 4’s The Slow Coach

CRFR features in Radio 4’s The Slow Coach: busy health visitor Lizzie is advised to talk to CRFR co-director Jeni Harden about time and family life. Listen again to Jeni talking about her research, 13 minutes in http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b038c0dt

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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.

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About Families new reports: using research to improve services for families

The three-year knowledge exchange project About Families aimed to improve the practice of those working with families by making research more accessible and helping practitioners use it in how they developed services.

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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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NEWS – CRFR mentioned in Parliament

CRFR research by Nancy Lombard on young people’s attitudes to violence mentioned as part of a Scottish Parliament debate (see p.14288)kajfajdlfjadfjkdjf

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Publication update

Issue 2 of Families, Relationships and Societies – Read more.… read more

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