CRFR is delighted to welcome the following researchers working across a range of new projects: Emma Davidson builds on her PhD work on young people’s everyday lives, their relationships and social/spatial geographies, Tineke Broer has started work on the Leverhulme funded project ‘Neuroscience and family life: the brain in policy and everyday practice’, Fiona Morrison is involved in ‘Talking and Listening to Children – Exploring how social workers and children communicate’ and Gemma Phillips is researcher on the AFFIRM project (does promoting Awareness of Fetal movements and Focussing Interventions Reduce fetal Mortality?). Further details of all these projects will be posted shortly.

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